Subject: Re: cleanup telnetd
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Assar Westerlund <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 07/19/2001 11:23:36
> are there any objection in cleaning up libexec/telnetd source code,
> where tons of unused code fragment are hidden within #ifdef?
> without unifdef(1)'ing them, we cannot really know where the
> (possible) vulnerabilities are.
No, not really. But I think a good way of cleaning it up is to try to
merge it with the telnet code in crypto/dist/heimdal since we have
done lots of cleanups there. :-)
> for example, the following symbols does not fit our use, and i guess
> almost noone is interested in these any longer:
UNICOS5 is old and ancient. CRAY2 the same. CRAY (or _CRAY) might
actually be needed for weird pty handling on crays. The telnetd code
in heimdal has these still there and actually builds on crays.
Same with _SC_CRAY_SECURE_SYS.