[Swan-dev] why remove USERLAND_CFLAGS+=-DDEFAULT_DNSSEC_ROOTKEY_FILE
antony at phenome.org
Wed Aug 23 21:36:16 UTC 2017
Why is commit e0a15de removing DEFAULT_DNSSEC_ROOTKEY_FILE from
USERLAND_CFLAGS. The compile time option is necessary for Debian, pluto need
the defined value.
After the commit e0a15de DEFAULT_DNSSEC_ROOTKEY_FILE seems to be unused.
It breaks on Debian default settings.
The rest of changes to USE_DNSSEC looks a bit confusing too. Is it a git
If USE_DNSSEC is false printing <unused> looks confusing to me. Ideally I
would put an ifdef around it and do not show. This is fine tuning, but
fixing USERLAND_CFLAGS is essential.
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