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[pkgsrc/trunk]: pkgsrc/security/mozilla-rootcerts mozilla-rootcerts: Simplify...
user: nia <nia%pkgsrc.org@localhost>
date: Fri Mar 27 19:23:42 2020 +0000
mozilla-rootcerts: Simplify DESCR.
Use the phrase "configuring a trust anchor" less, it won't stop echoing
around my head.
security/mozilla-rootcerts/DESCR | 20 ++++++++++++--------
1 files changed, 12 insertions(+), 8 deletions(-)
diffs (27 lines):
diff -r 8dbc76bf6a66 -r 5e0c9a9bbbc3 security/mozilla-rootcerts/DESCR
--- a/security/mozilla-rootcerts/DESCR Fri Mar 27 18:49:38 2020 +0000
+++ b/security/mozilla-rootcerts/DESCR Fri Mar 27 19:23:42 2020 +0000
@@ -1,11 +1,15 @@
This package provides the certificates distributed by the Mozilla
-Project. It also provides a script, mozilla-rootcerts, which can be
-used to install the root CA certificates distributed by the Mozilla
-Project into a location that makes them usable by OpenSSL and other
-TLS implementations, and rehash the existing certificates.
+It also provides a script, mozilla-rootcerts, which can be used to
+install the root CA certificates distributed by the Mozilla Project
+into a location that makes them usable by TLS implementations, extract
+them to the current working directory, or rehash the existing
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 upon installation.
+of installation place them in a location that makes them immediately
+usable by SSL/TLS implementations.
+Use the 'mozilla-rootcerts install' script or mozilla-rootcerts-openssl
+package if you want to use these certificates.
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