Changeset 180 in openpam for trunk


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Timestamp:
Dec 4, 2002, 4:16:55 PM (17 years ago)
Author:
Dag-Erling Smørgrav
Message:

Prepare for the next release (Cyclamen).

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    2                  Release notes for OpenPAM Citronella
    3                  ====================================
     2                  Release notes for OpenPAM Cyclamen
     3                  ==================================
     4
     5This release corresponds to the code used in FreeBSD-CURRENT as of the
     6release date.  It has also been successfully built on NetBSD 1.6, and
     7should build with minimal or no changes on OpenBSD.  Work is underway
     8to port OpenPAM to MacOS 10.2.  It has not been tested on any other
     9operating system.
    410
    511The library itself is complete.  Documentation exists in the form of
    6 man pages for the library functions.
     12man pages for the library functions.  These man pages are generated by
     13a Perl script from specially marked-up comments in the source files
     14themselves, which minimizes the chance that any of them should be out
     15of date.
    716
    8 This release is incorporated into FreeBSD-CURRENT as of 2002-06-30.
    9 It has also been successfully built on NetBSD, and should build with
    10 minimal or no changes on OpenBSD.  It has not been tested on any other
    11 OS.
     17The distribution also includes three sample modules (pam_deny,
     18pam_permit and pam_unix) and a sample application (su).  These are not
     19intended for actual use, but rather to serve as examples for module or
     20application developers.
    1221
    13 $P4: //depot/projects/openpam/RELNOTES#12 $
     22NOTE: to the person who sent me MacOS patches in July 2002: I have
     23lost your name and email address.  Please contact me so I can give you
     24proper credit for your contribution.
     25
     26$P4: //depot/projects/openpam/RELNOTES#13 $
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