[Swan-dev] libreswan-3.2rc1 Release Candidate

The Libreswan Project team at libreswan.org
Wed Apr 10 06:40:25 EEST 2013

We have just relased the libreswan 3.2 release candidate. Please
test and report bugs to swan-dev at lists.libreswan.org.

The changes since 3.1:

v3.2 (unreleased)
* addresspool: Identify reconnecting client and re-use lease [Antony]
* IKEv1: Support for sending initial_contact in Main Mode [Paul]
* addconn: improve defaultroute finder [Kim]
* compiling: fix use of variables in buildsystem consitent [Tuomo]
* ipsec: fix syntax error in --help introduced in 3.1 [Tuomo]
* verify: fix wrong confdir location [Tuomo]
* pluto: cleanup of XAUTHuser and traffic statistics logging [Paul]
* pluto: Obsoleted force_keepalive= and --force_keepalive [Paul]
* pluto: Added per-conn nat_keepalive=yes|no (default yes) [Paul]
* pluto: Log our own vendorid as "received" instead of "ignored" [Paul]
* pluto: Prevent logging from truncating XAUTHuser= [Paul]
* pluto: Don't log (0 byte) SA traffic statistics for ISAKMP SA's [Paul]
* pluto: Some more changes in the output of ipsec auto --status [Paul]
* pluto: wipe old logfile on restart (match previous behaviour) [Antony]
* _stackmanager: When unloading NETKEY, unload ip_vti before xfrm*tunnel [Paul]
* _stackmanager: Stack was not cleaned up for upstart / non-modular [Paul]
* building: Fix warnings when compiling with clang [Florian Weimer]
* building: Add -pie to linker flags, ensure relro is not overwritten [Paul]
* building: fix "make depend" in programs/pluto [Antony]
* packaging: Split RHEL spec file into rhel5/rhel6, add USE_OCF flag [Paul]
* initsystem: fixed default sysv init status function [Tuomo]
* KLIPS: SAref patches for 3.0.55+ and RHEL 2.6.32-358.2.1 [Pavel Kopchyk]
* Bugtracker bugs fixed:
    #75: Libreswan inserts wrong xfrm policies on some configurations [Tuomo]
    #76: NSS: ipsec initnss fails with a @FINALCONFDDIR@ replace and
         no default configdir [Tuomo]
    #78: NSS: segfault on libnss functions when using ikev2 [Antony]

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