cvs commit: src/secure Makefile src/release Makefile

Ruslan Ermilov ru at
Sat Jan 17 11:22:38 PST 2004

ru          2004/01/17 11:22:37 PST

  FreeBSD src repository

  Modified files:
    secure               Makefile 
    release              Makefile 
  Once upon a time we had both "crypto" and "krb5" distributions,
  and rebuilt some bits with crypto but without Kerberos support
  (most notably SSH) during "make release", to put them into the
  "crypto" distribution.
  Now that we don't ship the separate "krb5" distribution anymore
  (it's now part of the "crypto" distribuion), don't waste time
  recompiling SSH bits without crypto and without Kerberos support
  in an attempt to put them in the "base" distribution -- it just
  doesn't work as SSH always uses crypto code.
  We avoid this by not rebuilding KPROGS from kerberos5/Makefile in
  release/Makefile and adding "libpam" to SPROGS in secure/Makefile
  to ensure it's still rebuilt without crypto support for the "base"
  distribution.  (Disabling crypto (NOCRYPT) also disables building
  of Kerberos-related PAM modules, and it's OK to depend on this.)
  This should be a no-op change saving some "make release" time.
  Revision  Changes    Path
  1.831     +1 -2      src/release/Makefile
  1.23      +1 -0      src/secure/Makefile

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