The files of tripwire in cvs haven't been touched since a long time, and
quite a lot of things have been left unresponded (bugs, patches...). Is
development still active ?
I have found a site with a patch, from Paul Herman, which, for example
allows compilation with gcc 3.2. I think that this patch should be considered
for addition, or advertised more largely if it is where development takes
place. It took me quite a lot of time to understand that I would find
something up to date there (after the compilation failed, I had first to
understand that there was no development on the cvs tree, and then I found
a message in the development mailing list advertising the patch).
Dumas Patrice wrote:
> The files of tripwire in cvs haven't been touched since a long time, and
> quite a lot of things have been left unresponded (bugs, patches...). Is
> development still active ?
Patrice, you are correct in that the sourceforge site is woefully
I have been extremely busy with commerical tripwire responsibilities.
There is a chance that over the next year I could pass off ownership of
the project to someone in the community, someone better able to keep
It's interesting in that only in the last 6 months or so have people
really started to get interested in the project. It's too bad it didn't
take off sooner, I think things would be different now if it had.
Until then, Paul Herman's patch is definitely the way to go.