I finally got everything updated to use setools4. The most complicated parts
were sepolicy.search() and sepolicy.info() which were largely undocumented. I
dumped and diff'd the output from the old and new code so am fairly confident
that they are the same (barring some issues that setools3 appears to have with
cil). I also changed several places to just use setools directly, having the
indirection through search() mostly just complicates and slows things down.
The first patch is just cleanup. Next imports and initializes setools.
Patches 3-4 update a lot of the users of search() and info() to work with the
Patches 5-6 update search() and info() themselves and the last drops the C
I dont know the status of setools4 on fedora (someone else will have to update
the README if needed) or others but I've added it masked in gentoo a fair while
ago. Once this patchset is merged we can finally get rid of setools3, its been
half-broken for a while now.
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