spamassassin Y2010 bug
m.seaman at infracaninophile.co.uk
Sun Jan 3 20:10:32 UTC 2010
Matthew Seaman wrote:
> Jeffrey Goldberg wrote:
>> Alternatively, if someone were sufficiently motived they could put
>> together an SA utilities port that installs a number of maintenance
>> scripts which a user can enable.
> This sounds like a very good idea to me. As far as I can see, there's only
> one script required, which can be based on Jeremy's one in ports/127242
> but extended so that:
> * allow various flags to be passed to sa-update
> - alternative update channels
> - extra GPG keys
> - gpghomedir setting
> * sa-compile can optionally be run if any updates are downloaded
> This should be installed as a daily periodic script -- which should be
> appropriate for most users: anyone wanting more frequent updates can just
> run it stand-alone as a cron job.
> Anything else? Jeremy -- any objections to my stealing your script as the
> basis of this?
There's a .shar of the new port at:
MD5 (sa-utils.shar) = aa1f75d840e97c4759119bf653d292bf
SHA256 (sa-utils.shar) = 701d366035a6ff8dedfd33dfe9057bf33f94efd5f8263445561db1e9e98bcfd1
Comments, critique are welcome. Unless there are any killer bugs, I'll
send-pr(1) in a week or so.
Dr Matthew J Seaman MA, D.Phil. 7 Priory Courtyard
PGP: http://www.infracaninophile.co.uk/pgpkey Ramsgate
Kent, CT11 9PW
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