Subject: Re: CVS commit: pkgsrc/security/openssh+gssapi
To: Jim Wise <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: James Chacon <email@example.com>
Date: 08/01/2003 16:16:35
If you don't want kerberos why would you build this package in the first
It's specifically the kerb patches in here folks want so obviously that
kinda implies the need to define it all correctly.
(and for a bulk build I really shouldn't have to enable the package per se. it
should just build).
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>On Fri, 1 Aug 2003, James Chacon wrote:
>>Module Name: pkgsrc
>>Committed By: jmc
>>Date: Fri Aug 1 03:21:03 UTC 2003
>> pkgsrc/security/openssh+gssapi: Makefile
>>This needs to define KERBEROS or the section which adds the right libraries
>>never gets included and nothing links.
>That's a good question -- normally, this package should build with
>krb support if KERBEROS is defined, and without it if it isn't (though I
>agree that the latter case was broken).
>OTOH, I agree that it doesn't make any sense to build this package
>without KERBEROS support.
>Perhaps a PKG_SKIP_REASON setting if kerberos is not present would make
> Jim Wise
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