#11 several fixes for dkim-milter-2.8.2

v2.8.2
closed-accepted
5
2009-06-01
2009-02-28
Alin Nastac
No

Please apply the following patches to your source tree:
- test115.patch (fix test 115 failure)
- exit-on-error.patch (make will fail if make subdir fails)
- mkdir.patch (creates destination directories before installing files)
All of them are available at http://sources.gentoo.org/viewcvs.py/gentoo-x86/mail-filter/dkim-milter/files/ .

I've also discovered that dkim-milter programs are linked with the static dkim library even when the dynamic library is built. Can you please fix this in the next release?

Discussion

  • Anonymous - 2009-03-01
    • labels: --> Functionality
    • milestone: --> 897440
    • assigned_to: nobody --> sm-msk
     
  • Anonymous - 2009-03-01
    • milestone: 897440 --> v2.8.2
     
  • Anonymous - 2009-03-01

    test115.patch applied for next release (one of the two problems you found had already been reported, but this fixed the other).

    exit-on-error.patch applied for next release.

    I can't apply mkdir.patch directly as it belongs to the open source sendmail maintainers, but I will forward it along. I'm sure I will be asked: For what version of m4 did you need to make these changes?

     
  • Alin Nastac

    Alin Nastac - 2009-03-01

    I don't think it matter much, but there you go: currently I have m4-1.4.12. I admit that mkdir.patch name is somewhat misleading. Beside creation of destination directories, it also quote destination paths. On Gentoo, DESTDIR could contain white spaces.

    Be careful with exit-on-error.patch. It works for my purpose, but some targets might fail due to missing target in some SUBDIR/Makefile. To fix that, you must be sure that all targets present in main makefile are also present in all SUBDIR/Makefile.

     
  • Anonymous - 2009-06-01

    v2.8.3 released, as described in previous comments.

     
  • Anonymous - 2009-06-01
    • status: open --> closed-accepted
     

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