Re: Bug#754513: ITP: libressl -- SSL library, forked from OpenSSL
On 12/07/14 02:09, Steven Chamberlain wrote:
> [...] these warnings would be treated as errors:
>> > In file included from md5/md5_locl.h:98:0,
>> > from md5/md5_dgst.c:60:
>> > md5/md5_dgst.c: In function 'md5_block_data_order':
>> > ./md32_common.h:237:66: warning: right-hand operand of comma expression has no effect [-Wunused-value]
>> > # define HOST_c2l(c,l) ((l)=*((const unsigned int *)(c)), (c)+=4, l)
>> > ^
A new upstream release LibreSSL 2.0.1 already addressed that: basically
stop using -Werror in the portable library because many compilers have
warnings that OpenBSD's compiler does not, and I guess they did not
think the warnings legitimate or worth the effort of 'fixing' right now.
This new version brings in many small changes from the still-ongoing
cleanup. ABI versions bumped to libcrypto 30.0.0 and libssl 27.0.0.
AFAICT only private_RC4_set_key was removed, and ssl_version_string
added to the respective libraries' exported symbols.
Am I right in thinking Debian would not bump its own SONAME if there
were unimportant ABI changes, like these seem to be?