On 11/11/2015 1:23 AM, Dag-Erling Smørgrav wrote:
> Bryan Drewery <bdrew...@freebsd.org> writes:
>> Actually I am missing the client-side VersionAddendum support (ssh.c). I
>> only have server-side (sshd.c).  This is just due to lack of motivation
>> to import the changes.
> Pretty sure I sent Damien the patch a few years ago...  There was also a
> bug in the server-side code (IIRC, one place where it printed only the
> hardcoded version instead of the variable string).  I'll try again.

By the way, I may have come off wrong. I'm willing to do the work to
update the base version and put it out for review if you would like.

Another thing that I did with the port was restore the tcpwrapper
support that upstream removed. Again, if we decide it is not worth
keeping in base I will remove it as default in the port.

I honestly don't have a strong opinion on keeping or removing HPN. It is
afterall available in the port and I intend to keep it as an option
there. The question is just what the default is.

I prefer to keep the port close to the base version by default options.
I never liked the idea of having 2 different things in the ecosystem
that behave differently, from OpenSSL to OpenSSH, etc.

Bryan Drewery

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