Ryo ONODERA <ryo%tetera.org@localhost> writes: > Hi, > > pkgsrc/security/mozilla-rootcerts/MESSAGE contains the following > explanation. > >> Execute this command to extract and rehash all CA root certificates >> distributed by the Mozilla Project, so that they can be used by third >> party applications using OpenSSL. It also creates a single file >> certificate bundle in PEM format which can be used by applications using >> GnuTLS. >> >> # mozilla-rootcerts install > > It seems that an equivalent command in security/mozilla-rootcerts-openssl > package. > I think that it should be rewrite to recommend to use > security/mozilla-rootcerts-openssl package. Agreed that documentation should point to the mozilla-rootcerts-openssl package. That's what it is for. However, I don't think MESSAGE is appropriate; this is just regular read-the-docs post-install config. So I removed MESSAGE content that was redundant with the hint in DESCR that one might want mozilla-rootcerts-openssl, and I put the gnupg2 content into a newly-installed documentation file. Probably someone should create a mozilla-rootcerts-gnupg2 package that automates the gnup2 config.
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