Fedora Merge Review: m2crypto
Initial Owner: firstname.lastname@example.org
! rpmlint checks return:
m2crypto.x86_64: W: wrong-file-end-of-line-encoding /usr/share/doc/m2crypto-0.21.1/tests/thawte.pem
This file has wrong end-of-line encoding, usually caused by creation or
modification on a non-Unix system. It could prevent it from being displayed
correctly in some circumstances.
Fix until that would break the tests.
m2crypto.x86_64: E: zero-length /usr/share/doc/m2crypto-0.21.1/demo/Zope/lib/python/Products/GuardedFile/refresh.txt
Ignore or remove.
! package meets naming guidelines Should really be python-m2crypto. If you submit a rename review I'll do it. Or this could be it, really.
- package meets packaging guidelines
! license ( MIT ) I see BSD-style, Apache 2.0, MIT, Zope Public License, should this not reflect all of those?
- spec file legible, in am. english
- source matches upstream
- package compiles on devel (x86_64)
- no missing BR
- no unnecessary BR
- no locales
- not relocatable
- owns all directories that it creates
- no duplicate files
- permissions ok
- %clean ok
- macro use consistent
- code, not content
- no need for -docs
- nothing in %doc affects runtime
- no need for .desktop file
So just rpmlint, name and license, otherwise OK.
(In reply to comment #2)
I do appreciate the review, and I plan to act on it... however fixing other broken stuff is more important at the moment, I'm afraid.
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License is good now, all that remains is:
2crypto.x86_64: W: invalid-url URL: https://gitlab.com/m2crypto/m2crypto/ The read operation timed out
The value should be a valid, public HTTP, HTTPS, or FTP URL.
m2crypto.x86_64: W: crypto-policy-non-compliance-openssl /usr/lib64/python2.7/site-packages/M2Crypto/__m2crypto.so SSL_CTX_set_cipher_list
This application package calls a function to explicitly set crypto ciphers for
SSL/TLS. That may cause the application not to use the system-wide set
cryptographic policy and should be modified in accordance to:
(In reply to Jon Ciesla from comment #8)
> License is good now, all that remains is:
> 2crypto.x86_64: W: invalid-url URL: https://gitlab.com/m2crypto/m2crypto/
> The read operation timed out
> The value should be a valid, public HTTP, HTTPS, or FTP URL.
No idea, this is proper URL of the project repo.
> m2crypto.x86_64: W: crypto-policy-non-compliance-openssl
> This application package calls a function to explicitly set crypto ciphers
> SSL/TLS. That may cause the application not to use the system-wide set
> cryptographic policy and should be modified in accordance to:
Of course it does contain support for SSL_CTX_set_cipher_list … AND EVERY OTHER FUNCTION PROVIDED by OpenSSL. That's the whole point of the package!