Release 1.1.0 this week?
listuser at peternixon.net
Wed Feb 1 12:34:06 CET 2006
On Mon 09 Jan 2006 13:22, Nicolas Baradakis wrote:
> Alan DeKok wrote:
> > I was planning on releasing it Monday, but now Tuesday or Wednesday
> > is looking better for me.
> > Comments?
> Sounds good to me. The pre-release has been available for 3 weeks,
> so I think any major problem would have been reported already.
> > Also, here's a list of what could be in later releases
> > 1.1.1
> > - libeap fixes
> > - netsnmp fixes
> If you look at CVS log reports, I've been playing with rlm_eap makefiles
> recently, and manage somehow to fix the esoteric libtool warnings for
> libeap. Now CVS head is building fine without RLM_EAP_LINK_MODE=-static.
> It'd be nice if other people can test these changes, though.
> For 1.1.1 we could also make a sweep over all the modules to back-port
> more fixes to be found in CVS head. We could also make a sweep over the
> bugzilla, too.
> And finally, if someone has a setup with ldap backend, and is volunteering
> to test the patch under bug #261 (ldap_pairget fixes), perhaps it could be
> added to 1.1.1, too. I'm not using LDAP on my site, therefore I can't test
> it myself easily.
I know I have been mia for the last few months, so I can probably spare some
time to test it... :-)
> > 1.1.2
> > - upgraded libtool & autoconf??
> That isn't pleasant work at all, but I think it should be done. Our
> current autotools are the worst, and they are not supported anymore
> by their authors.
> > Once that's done, the CVS head is starting to look a little anemic...
> I don't think so: there's still a lot of cool new features in the server
> core (IPv6 support, new radrelay, hash tables implementation to name a
> few of them) and a lot of new modules: rlm_policy, rlm_sqlippool,
> rlm_expiration, rlm_caching...
What is holding up the new radrelay code from going in? It is a very cool
feature for high volume deployments..
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