[openssl-project] Code freeze later today
levitte at openssl.org
Mon Feb 12 11:54:14 UTC 2018
In message <0334edc9-5b9c-8fd4-66a8-ea0b277e99b9 at openssl.org> on Mon, 12 Feb 2018 11:24:24 +0000, Matt Caswell <matt at openssl.org> said:
matt> Tomorrow we are doing our first alpha release. Therefore I plan to call
matt> a code freeze from later today until after the release is complete
matt> tomorrow afternoon. If there's anything you wanted to get pushed before
matt> alpha1 please do so ASAP!
Hrrrm... nah, no way I'm gonna have time within the few hours that
There are a few items I'm gonna push for 'til next Alpha:
- complete the OSSL_STORE work. The search functionality PR still
needs a review (gonna call for it).
- some details on how we build stuff. We introduced GNU-like "make
variable" support in configuration, but Andy correctly pointed out
that there are some macros and stuff that we don't want to make
optional. This requires a bit of a rethink of config attributes and
the make variables we do use in the end.
- I'm trying to build ia64 assembler stuff on VMS. This also requires
a bit of a rethink how we use the make variables (not as hard as it
Just wanted to let you know what I've on my plate.
Richard Levitte levitte at openssl.org
OpenSSL Project http://www.openssl.org/~levitte/
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