Some months ago I ported polkit to meson. As you may know, meson has
become a popular build system, and a good enough alternative to autotools.
I remembered that the port was still floating around with the new version
I would like to know if there is any interest on it, since now that a new
release has happened, it could be the right moment to invest some time
updating the port and merge it.
What do you think?
2018-07-10 16:15 GMT+02:00 Miloslav Trmac <m...@redhat.com>:
> polkit-0.115 is now available at
> polkit 0.115
> WARNING WARNING WARNING: This is a prerelease on the road to polkit
> 1.0. Public API might change and certain parts of the code still needs
> some security review. Use at your own risk.
> This is polkit 0.115.
> Fixes CVE-2018-1116, a local information disclosure and denial of service
> caused by trusting client-submitted UIDs when referencing processes.
> Thanks to Matthias Gerstner of the SUSE security team for reporting
> this issue.
> Build requirements
> glib, gobject, gio >= 2.32
> gobject-introspection >= 0.6.2 (optional)
> pam (optional)
> ConsoleKit OR systemd
> Changes since polkit 0.114:
> Miloslav Trmač (1):
> Fix CVE-2018-1116: Trusting client-supplied UID
> Ray Strode (3):
> Post-release version bump to 0.115
> jsauthority: pass "%s" format string to remaining report function
> NEWS: fix date from 2017 to 2018 for 0.114 entry
> Thanks to our contributors.
> Colin Walters and Miloslav Trmač,
> July 10, 2018
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