devel/pwlib and net/openh323 update coming
kwm at rainbow-runner.nl
Tue Jul 19 15:50:13 GMT 2005
On Tue, 2005-07-19 at 10:28 -0500, Steve Ames wrote:
> On Tue, Jul 19, 2005 at 03:52:48PM +0200, Alexander Leidinger wrote:
> > Joerg Pulz <Joerg.Pulz at frm2.tum.de> wrote:
> > >i spent a lot of time the past days/weeks to update the devel/pwlib
> > >and net/openh323 port to a more recent version.
> I haven't looked at the patches yet but I'm curious why you chose the
> versions you did? pwlib 1.9.0 is development branch (aka Atlas) as is
> openh323 1.17.1. (Although a new development release 1.9.1/1.17.2 was
> released today). I was shooting for getting the Stable (Mimas) release
> (currently 1.8.5/1.15.4 although another release is scheduled in about
> 2 weeks that has bug fixes in it from Atlas, some BSD specific).
> Did you have specific need of the Atlas branch?
Ah so that are development versions, good to know I was also wondering
why this upgrade.
> The PR I submitted only addresses pwlib and openh323. Your patch covers
> other ports which is great. I'd had a couple of patches (e.g. gatekeeper)
> to update to current version and utilize newer pwlib/openh323 but mainly
> was going to wait until pwlib/openh323 where in the tree.
I will merge the two patches to gather and post it somewhere so people
can test it. This may take a day or so, because the 2 patches use a
different approach to things and I got some family time on the agenda.
> > >You can get it at:
> > >ftp://ftp.frm2.tum.de/pub/jpulz/FreeBSD/pwlib_openh323-20050719.patch
> > >The md5 checksum is:
> > >MD5 (pwlib_openh323-20050719.patch) = 889c6cce0824c25d96aa935c0cdb99b6
> I'll take a look at these today or tomorrow. Koop is the go to guy at
> the moment. I believe he has a pthread concern that he's trying to solve
> before doing this update. Perhaps your patches already address that?
I would just like to say that with Steve his patches ldap_open check
fails but with Joerg his patches it succeeds. I'm ready for the loony
Sorry for the bad english, its almost evening here but I'm still kind of
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