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[pkgsrc/trunk]: pkgsrc/security/mozilla-rootcerts mozilla-rootcerts: In DESCR...
user: gdt <gdt%pkgsrc.org@localhost>
date: Fri Mar 27 16:36:51 2020 +0000
mozilla-rootcerts: In DESCR, explain mozilla-rootcerts
It is now known that there are people that prefer manual operation via
the mozilla-rootcerts script to the mozilla-rootcerts-openssl package.
Therefore, mention both approaches (without veering into documentation
of them or tutorial -- just enough to make people aware they exist).
security/mozilla-rootcerts/DESCR | 20 +++++++++++---------
1 files changed, 11 insertions(+), 9 deletions(-)
diffs (25 lines):
diff -r c02334136f0b -r 53d3093ef6ee security/mozilla-rootcerts/DESCR
--- a/security/mozilla-rootcerts/DESCR Fri Mar 27 16:35:38 2020 +0000
+++ b/security/mozilla-rootcerts/DESCR Fri Mar 27 16:36:51 2020 +0000
@@ -1,10 +1,12 @@
-This package provides a script which can be used to extract the root
-CA certificates distributed by the Mozilla Project into the current
-working directory and to rehash the existing certificates. The directory
-can be used by most SSL-aware programs that expect a "CA certificate
+This package provides the certificates distributed by the Mozilla
+Project. It also provides a script, mozilla-rootcerts, which can be
+used to extract the root CA certificates distributed by the Mozilla
+Project into the current working directory and to rehash the existing
+certificates. The directory can be used by most SSL-aware programs
+that expect a "CA certificate path".
-NB: This package provides certificates, but does not configure them as
-trust anchors in any particular SSL/TLS implementation. See also
-Mozilla-rootcerts-openssl for a package that configures these
-certificates as trust anchors in OpenSSL.
+NB: This package provides certificates, but does not as a consequence
+of installation configure them as trust anchors in any particular
+SSL/TLS implementation. See the mozilla-rootcerts script for a way to
+configure them. See also Mozilla-rootcerts-openssl for a package that
+configures these certificates as trust anchors in OpenSSL.
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