Re: RFH Packaging DNSSEC/TLSA Validator
Preliminary packaging (aka it compiles and works) can be found:
and packages for wheezy and jessie/amd64 can
# no repo, just bare dir
I just found the upstream misses OpenSSL exception, so I will
have to sort it out together with next stable upstream release.
1. Do we already have some nice *SSL boilerplate exception that
would allow OpenSSL derivative libraries as well?
On Mon, Jul 21, 2014, at 18:41, David Prévot wrote:
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> Hi Ondřej,
> Le 21/07/2014 11:21, Ondřej Surý a écrit :
> > my team has just produced js-types version of DNSSEC/TLSA Validator
> > so it won't break with recent Mozilla changes.
> > We have also got rid of FireBreath framework and other stuff, so
> > the packaging should be much easier now.
> Great, that should make #672845 finally fixable (assuming we’re talking
> about the same thing).
> > Would there be somebody willing to help me with packaging?
> > I will stay on packaging team, I just need a kick-off (or a least a tip
> > for good existing package I can canibalize...)
> Sure, pick (almost) any package handled by the Debian Mozilla Extension
> Maintainers (CCed), feel free to join us on the list or IRC. Please
> maintain it inside the team if you want to take the lead on it (and
> feel free to take the ownership of #672845 then).
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