Re: PostgreSQL 7.1beta5 debs available
On Mar 11, Oliver Elphick wrote:
> "J.H.M. Dassen (Ray)" wrote:
> >On Sun, Mar 11, 2001 at 16:43:13 +0000, Oliver Elphick wrote:
> [that PostgreSQL appears to need to move to non-us, since it now has SSL
> hooks in it]
> >> As far as I am aware, it will do no good not to build it with SSL support,
> >> since all the hooks are still in the source.
> >I'm not sure whether hooks are still an issue with the current US export
> >> Presumably PostgreSQL has to move to non-us, unless we change our policy.
> >There's a policy ammendment for that at http://bugs.debian.org/81852 .
> Since it hasn't been incorporated in policy yet, I presume that I have to
> move PostgreSQL, no? Or is there any prospect of its being incorporated
> before the end of March?
mutt has crypto hooks and is in main; fetchmail's source also has
crypto hooks, though I don't know if those hooks are stripped from the
source package on master.
I seem to recall us going around and around about this 1-2 years ago
and deciding that the only thing that made a package non-exportable
was actually incorporating crypto through linking (which only occurs
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