Re: Bug#95146: postgresql depends on libssl - move to non-us?
James Troup wrote:
[serious bug: postgresql depends on libssl0.9.6 from non-us/main]
>"Oliver Elphick" <email@example.com> writes:
>> Hmm, yes. So postgresql had better move to non-us.
>While not necessarily a bad thing, it's worth noting that that is
>going to drag a lot of stuff with it. <probably dreaming>Would it be
>possible to cleanly separate the SSL functionality?</>
Not within my competence in the time available to me.
If anyone else would like to give me a patch, I will consider this.
1. remove ssl connection option (but it's still in the source, so
shouldn't it go to non-us any way?)
2. move libssl... to main (if my proviso to 1 doesn't apply, then this
should be possible)
3. make a duplicate copy of the source for non-us and build a postgresql-ssl
package (maintenance problems)
Oliver Elphick Oliver.Elphick@lfix.co.uk
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