Basically all distros i tried to install modsec uses very old versions. They spent a very long time to update the stable distros pkgs. So again... i don't see any problem, also packagers will not build modsec with MSC_TEST flag, It does not make any sense.

And again.. it was done because i'm sure we will not have impact for any user.


Breno


On Tue, May 28, 2013 at 7:20 PM, Diego Elio Pettenò <flameeyes@flameeyes.eu> wrote:
On 28/05/2013 19:56, Breno Silva wrote:
> I did it because it is a very small and not so important fix for 99% of
> the users.
> If it was bigger i would hold it for 2.7.5.
>
> It will not affect your system if you don't want to update

This kind of change-tarball-in-flight behaviour is a pain in the ass for
all distributions and tars the trust with upstream.

Seriously, I was expecting better from ModSecurity.

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