review of new tcpcrypt port...
bdrewery at FreeBSD.org
Thu Nov 13 00:36:09 UTC 2014
On 11/12/2014 6:16 PM, John-Mark Gurney wrote:
> John-Mark Gurney wrote this message on Sat, Nov 08, 2014 at 02:07 -0800:
>> I'd like someone to review the attached port for me to commit... It
>> contains a daemon to run on divert sockets to implement the tcpcrypt
>> protocol. I have tested this port w/ HEAD and it works fine w/ the
>> attached patch...
>> The included patch has been submitted upstream and committed, but a
>> new release has not yet been released.
>> portlint -A looks fine.
> As I haven't received a review, in a couple more days, probably Friday,
> I'll commit the port...
Can you include the security/Makefile bit in the patch too please?
Have you ran it through poudriere? At the very least 'env DEVELOPER=1
make stage' and 'make check-plist' are required. Portlint is not
sufficient, nor can it even be trusted in all cases.
If you check those and get back to me I'll approve it.
Usually you'd need a port commit bit to commit anything, or an approval
(which is different than a review). I hate our process, but that's how
it is. Poke people in #bsdports on EFNet, or me on IRC, for
approvals/reviews in the future.
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