Maybe a 1.1.0?

Nicolas Baradakis nbk at
Thu Dec 1 12:49:48 CET 2005

Alan DeKok wrote:

> > There many, many changes in CVS that may go in 1.1.0. I can't tell
> > all of them, but it includes: newer autotools, {Pre,Post}-Proxy-Type
> > stanzas, support of ${Cisco-AVPair[n]} syntax, -n and -p options in
> > radclient, changes in rlm_attr_filter, new rlm_sql_log & radsqlrelay...
>   I'm OK with putting in things that are easy.  If it's hard, let's
> punt.
>   So newer autotools make me nervous, but much of the rest of what you
> said sounds OK.

Autotools are bothering, but there're so many problems related to the
obsolete version in release 1.0.x that it looks it's worth to upgrade.
I also note that libtool1.4 package is broken in current Debian, therefore
it's hell to build FreeRADIUS now.

> > It'd be nice to have all of that in 1.1.0, but it'd mean to back-port
> > a lot of things. I'm starting to think perhaps it's easier to branch
> > CVS head and to downgrade a few files to undo IPv6 work (less than 10
> > files?) and some other things we keep for 2.0.
>   That scares me even more than back-porting things.

It was just a suggestion. I'll start to work on the back-port of the
mentioned features (except autoconf) as soon as I happen to have some

Nicolas Baradakis

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