Re: SASL 2.1.27 rc8

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I was busier than expected over the weekend and didn't work on SASL, but I will try to finalize it this week during breaks at my conference.

On 9/20/18 11:57 AM, Ken Murchison wrote:
I merged all of these plus a few others except for 529 (added a comment).  Take a look at the commit logs.  Attached is the diff from rc8.

I was able to find a desktop running a slightly older OS which still allows me to build a distro (building docsrc/ fails on newer Fedora).  I will probably wait a day or two for people to review the current changes and request others.  I will be able to SSH to my build machine from my hotel this weekend and will construct a final release and get it to my colleagues for posting my Monday.

On 9/18/18 11:05 AM, Quanah Gibson-Mount wrote:
--On Tuesday, September 18, 2018 11:10 AM -0400 Ken Murchison <murch@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

I want to get 2.1.27 released this week, but I'm not sure where we stand
with the GSSAPI stuff, and since I'm no longer at CMU, I don't have a
Kerberos infrastructure to test with.

So, I need someone to summarize the existing problem(s) and solution(s),
preferably with a pull request or patch.

Hi Ken,

On GSSAPI: There is no mechanism in Heimdal to allow for pulling the SSF level for a Kerberos mechanism (only exists in MIT). I've opened an issue on the Heimdal side for this, but I wouldn't hold the release on this.  I don't have an MIT environment, so someone else would need to confirm the SSF bits (no more hard coded "56" with GSSAPI, for example) are working correctly.

Otherwise, there are several pull requests fixing issues with building the last RC:




Quanah Gibson-Mount
Product Architect
Symas Corporation
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Ken Murchison
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