--On Tuesday, October 13, 2015 12:04 AM -0700 Jan Parcel
On 10/12/2015 07:48 PM, Quanah Gibson-Mount wrote:
Personally, as best I can tell, cyrus-sasl is dead. There doesn't seem
to be anyone doing active development on it, no releases despite any
number of bug fixes and some new features supplied back, etc.
I'd love to hear otherwise, but that's my general take away.
There have been patches over the summer.
Of cyrus-sasl? Not that I've seen. Do you mean cyrus-imapd perhaps? If
you look at the "Contribute" Page, it is all about cyrus-imapd. If you
look at the git log for the cyrus-sasl branch, there's been no real work at
all for a few years:
Again, this is despite the fact that a variety of patches and at least one
new database backend have been contributed back.
If it's dead, what replaces it?
Postfix has support for some alternative SASL implementation, but I've
never looked at it in depth.
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