On Fri, Dec 19, 2008, Jeff Johnson wrote:
> (resent, dunno where the 1st message went)
I don't know, never seen on the list...
> I kind of like the idea of using a '@' before a file path as an
> "attention" marker to increase the file validation checks, and so I'm
> likely to refactor the functionality out of rpm and into popt-1.15 as
> part of simplifying rpm configuration/initialization.
> At the same time, I will probably add a new poptReadConfigFiles()
> method whose argument will be a colon separated list of configuration
> file paths to read.
> Any other opinions?
As long as the particular security check (here rpmSecuritySaneFile
for RPM_VENDOR_OPENPKG) embedded into POPT can be optionally still
overridden from within RPM (in case one needs some additional checks or
a different error message or whatever) I'm happy. Perhaps an optional
callback does the trick.
Ralf S. Engelschall
Received on Fri Dec 19 17:05:41 2008