incorrect warning during check and upload
dam at opencsw.org
Fri Apr 24 11:29:05 CEST 2015
Am 22.04.2015 um 18:44 schrieb Peter FELECAN <pfelecan at opencsw.org>:
> Dagobert Michelsen <dam at opencsw.org> writes:
>> Hi Peter,
>> Am 21.04.2015 um 19:01 schrieb Peter FELECAN <pfelecan at opencsw.org>:
>>> Joerg Schilling <Joerg.Schilling at fokus.fraunhofer.de> writes:
>>>> Peter FELECAN <pfelecan at opencsw.org> wrote:
>>>>>> It is not trivial if you like to create secure code that fits into a single
>>>>>> BTW: I created na isaexec implementation based on the Sun implementation.
>>>>>> This was reworked not to depend on a libc function (as recent OpenSolaris
>>>>>> sources) and it still fits into a single page.
>>>>> Wouldn't be nice that you include your implementation in our isaexec
>>>> Yesterday in the afternoon, I send my source to Dagobert. The next schilytools
>>>> source tarball will include the current state of the source from 2010. I did
>>>> not yet publish it as I originally planned to include BSD, Linux amd Mac OS X
>>>> support first.
>>> Thank you.
>>> Dago, can you update our sources with what Joerg sent you?
>> Essentially yes, but I am want to make a step back: the initial problem was that
>> isaexec could not be found during checkinstall and we are now working on a CSW-specific
>> implementation. This seems wrong to me. Can’t we trick checkpkg in thinking isaexec is
>> provided and stick with the current implementation? Like, make isaexec a symlink first
>> and then replace it with a copy of system isaexec followed by installf?
> 1. the implementation that we have is minimalist, having a more complete
> one is not a luxury;
Not really. Our implementation uses the isaexec shipped with Solaris and that
implementation has no known issues.
> 2. take advantage of the required chnage to increase the quality of the
> package's content;
I don’t see a problem with the contents, just that checkpkg does not know the
path because it is done in postinstall with installf.
> 3. I don't get what you wish to do; what "system isaexec"? I don't see
> one on my Solaris 10.
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