12.04 OpenSSL Package Question
clint at ubuntu.com
Tue Feb 14 02:19:17 UTC 2012
Excerpts from Chris Woollard's message of Mon Feb 13 04:31:11 -0800 2012:
> I am sure that this can be answered very quickly.
> I was browsing the list of packages in 12.04 at
> I noticed that the openssl packages are only at version
> 1.0.0e-3ubuntu1 - openssl
> (1.0.0e-3ubuntu1) Secure Socket Layer (SSL) binary and related
> cryptographic tools
> Yet when I was browsing the Debian packages at
> The version is openssl (1.0.0g-1) - openssl (1.0.0g-1) Secure Socket Layer
> (SSL) binary and related cryptographic tools
> Is there any reason for this discrepancy? I guess that this could be as
> simple as that was the version when the last sync was made, but I thought I
> would check anyway.
Yes, precise in particular only imported automatically from
testing. 1.0.0-g-1 entered testing on January 21, several days after
DebianImportFreeze. Even then, it needs a manual merge because we have
Ubuntu delta to preserve/evaluate.
I'm sure somebody will evaluate merging it soon.
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