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Re: Bug#854155: unblock: openssl/1.1.0d-2


Emilio Pozuelo Monfort <pochu@debian.org> (2017-02-13):
> On 04/02/17 15:20, Sebastian Andrzej Siewior wrote:
> > Please unblock package openssl. It contains a redo of the rules file
> > among other packaging related changes which did not migrate in time
> > due to the new release of the d version which fixes 3 CVE bugs. The
> > d-2 version fixes a regression discovered by perl and FTBFS of
> > openssl itself if arch-any and arch-all were built in one go.
> > 
> > unblock openssl/1.1.0d-2
> That includes some changes we don't like during the freeze, but given
> those were done before the freeze and I wouldn't want them reverted
> this early in the freeze, I would be happy to unblock this... but can
> you attach a binary debdiff (e.g. debdiff an old and new .changes
> file) to make sure things are still looking good?

I'm also interested in seeing a binary debdiff to make sure things are
still in place in the udeb (since that's something the maintainer would
usually be less aware of or not able to easily test)…

> Also please make minimal changes from now on (e.g. for 1.1.0e).
> Cyril, does this look fine from a d-i perspective at this stage?

No specific objections (even if I prefer shorter diffs too).


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