Description of problem:
Packaged version of gloox (1.0.14) has a number of bugs which have since been fixed, including the following most relevant to the 0ad package:
* TLSGNUTLS*Anon: fix GnuTLS test by explicitely requesting ANON key exchange algorithms (fixes #279)
* TLSGNUTLSClient: fix server cert validation by adding gnutls_certificate_set_x509_system_trust() (fixes #280)
* Registration: added Resource Constraint error condition (#267)
* TLSGNUTLSClient: fixed off-by-one error in certificate verification
The TLSGNUTLSClient bugs in particular cause a crash in 0ad when trying to login to the multiplayer lobby with TLS enabled. See reports:
These are fixed in latest gloox 1.0.22.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Install and run 0ad
2. Register for multiplayer lobby
3. Attempt to login to the multiplayer lobby
Enter the lobby.
Works with latest gloox 1.0.22. Also with patches applied for r4647, r4758, r4818, and r4821 to 1.0.14. But really an update to 1.0.22 would be best to fix numerous other bugs.
(However one thing to beware of is that the build option --with-getaddrinfo was made default in 1.0.22. I had no problems with this in testing 0ad on Fedora 29, but it's different behavior and did cause problems on macOS)
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