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On 9/14/09 3:33 PM, "Stephen Smalley" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Mon, 2009-09-14 at 15:07 -0400, Joshua Brindle wrote:
>> On 09/14/2009 09:22 AM, pjnuzzi wrote: >>> Add support for multiple target OSes to libsepol and checkpolicy, where >>>
<snip> >>> Solaris (e.g. "SolFlask") will be introduced later using this new target >>> mechanism if needed. The same support can easily be extended for other >>> OSes.
>> This is a fairly large patch, it might take a while to get through it. >> Splitting it up would have been helpful.
> Sorry - based on Chad's earlier comment in response to another patch
> that a complete single patch against the selinux tree was fine, and
> given that this does form a single logical change against a single
> repository, I recommended keeping it as a single patch.
Sorry if I created confusion. I was just meaning splitting on component (libsepol, checkpolicy, etc.) was unnecessary. Splitting into logical pieces is still preferred, and I have a hard time believing that a patch this large could not be split into logical pieces.
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