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Re: Linux-PAM portability (was: PAM concepts)



"W. Reilly Cooley, Esq." wrote:
> 
> On Wed, Aug 09, 2000 at 12:49:13PM +0100, David Lee wrote:
> >
> > The work already done at sourceforge has been to begin to put it under GNU
> > "autoconf": this is a basic foundation of increased portability.
> > Similarly my local changes (whose local goal is to make it compile under
> > Solaris) are _always_ being done with general portability in mind.
> >
> 
> Will your autoconf patches apply cleanly (or almost cleanly) to a stock
> 0.72?  I'm trying to build a normalized source tree for my from-scratch
> distro, and getting PAM to build properly and cleanly has been one of
> the big thorns I've procrastinated on.  I was considering implementing
> it myself (once I actually got it to build), but if it's already been
> done I'd rather not redo it.

An unstated goal of mine is to re-release 0.72 as 0.72a where 'a' means
autoconf. 0.73 will be autoconf'd by default, but will contain extra
code...

I'd like to separate the autoconf'ing from 'real' changes.

Cheers

Andrew





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