Paul Wouters paul at nohats.ca
Tue Sep 12 14:26:36 UTC 2017

On Tue, 12 Sep 2017, Antony Antony wrote:

>> It is now set using DEFAULT_DNSSEC_ROOTKEY_FILE which has a builtin
>> default? So you can still set it to build on debian, but you don't have
>> to tweak USERLAND_CFLAGS for it.
> Just setting in the make file without
>>> After the commit e0a15de DEFAULT_DNSSEC_ROOTKEY_FILE seems to be unused.
>>> It breaks on Debian default settings.
>> That should not happen. I'll look into that today.
> It was still broken, so I pushed a fix!

I was trying to have it defined by default in an include file, and only
define it using make to override. That way it does not show up as a huge
line in the build for every gcc invocation. I can look at changing it
using an #ifndef in dnssec.h

> If you are missing some features  please report it. Now,  dnssec-rootkey-file is printed only when libreswan
> is compiled with USE_DNSSEC=true

That is not what I wanted. I want it to always print all the things,
even if <unset> so we can tell the difference in output between old and
new versions that do or don't contain a feature. People on the list often
don't tell us the version they are using, or giving incorrect information
by mistake. Therefor it is better to have the output confirm those things.


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