Thomas Klausner <wiz%NetBSD.org@localhost> writes: > Does anyone have a plan on how to integrate openssl3 in pkgsrc? no. > I assume that packaging the software itself will not be the problem, but step 1 is a package in wip, it seems. > * can we parallel-install it with openssl 1.1.1? > -> can we switch package-per-package to openssl 3 or must we switch > all at once? Good question; it could be treated like guile, but that may be a lot of work. Once we have a package someone could locally point at it and do a bulk build and see what happens. I am unclear on the degree of breakage: - Is it expected that a program that builds against 1.1.1 with no deprecation warnings will build against 3? - What is the general state of upstreams: what fraction of ssl-using packages have releases that build cleanly with openssl3. > * how do we handle operating systems that are still on 1.0 or 1.1 > branches? I would expect 3 in pkgsrc and 1.1 native is just like 1.1 pkgsrc and 1.0 native. That seems to work more or less fine. Can you clarify your concern?
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