[simon@FreeBSD.org: cvs commit: src/crypto/openssl/ssl
d1_both.c ?dtls1.h ssl.h ssl_err.c]
olli at lurza.secnetix.de
Tue Oct 23 09:24:16 PDT 2007
Simon L. Nielsen wrote:
> RELENG_7 isn't -STABLE yet
Uhm, are you sure? In the past, whenever a new RELENG
branch was created, it was implicitly the next -stable
branch, because -current moved on to the next version
number. Did that policy change?
If it did change, I'm curious to know what the version
7 branch is called right now (6 being -stable and 8
being -current)? I assume we do not have two -current
branches at the same time, do we?
PS: I do agree that the DTLS security fix doesn't need
a FreeBSD Security Advisory, for the reason that it
doesn't seem to affect any _released_ FreeBSD version.
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