boost::asio broken (but builds) on kfreebsd
looking into sslsniff  I noticed loads of failures in boost::asio
/usr/include/boost/asio/ip/detail/impl/endpoint.ipp:76:11: error: ‘boost::asio::detail::sockaddr_in4_type’ has no member named ‘v4’
/usr/include/boost/asio/ip/detail/impl/endpoint.ipp:82:11: error: ‘boost::asio::detail::sockaddr_in4_type’ has no member named ‘v6’
I wasn't able to fix them right away, there seems to be some
conditionalizing on __FreeBSD__ / __linux__ / ... and probably some
other weird stuff going wrong. Volunteers for loking into that?
 sslnsiff itself has netfilter vs pf hardcoded (at the head of the
file) in util/Destination.cpp which should be fixed either in
configure or by checking for __linux__ some time, the other problem
for sslsniff is the boost::asio problem
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