Re: openssl-devel in openssh README
- Date: Sun, 26 May 2019 20:47:25 +0300
- From: Andrey Repin <anrdaemon@xxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: openssl-devel in openssh README
Greetings, Sorin Adrian Savu!
>> Greetings, Sorin Adrian Savu!
>> > Hello!
>> > I had to compile openssh recently, and the README for cygwin is
>> > openssl-devel package which is obsolete now. I spent some time trying to
>> > figure this out. Can you please update
>> > to
>> > mention libssl-devel instead ?
>> > (I would do it, but I can't figure out how to submit a PR to that repo)
>> Clone the repo on github to your account, create branch, make changes,
>> a PR.
> As a generic approach, that would do, however openssh-portable has quite a
> few branches and being a security related package I was expecting some
> strict guidelines on how to submit patches (which I can't find).
If there's any guidelines, a bot would mail you once you submit a PR, like it
is so for Symfony subpackages. (When you file a PR against them, a bot comes
in, closes it and tells you to fu... erm, file it against main Symfony repo.)
> Anyhow, I see that all the patches start from master, so I will give it a
Why I suggest a branch is because somebody could more easily inspect it
locally, when there's doubts.
Checking out from remote's master is a little bit more convoluted and
error-prone, than from a branch.
With best regards,
Sunday, May 26, 2019 20:43:59
Sorry for my terrible english...
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