Bug#481973: ITP: libiptables-parse-perl -- Perl extension for parsing iptables firewall rulesets - Debian

This is a discussion on Bug#481973: ITP: libiptables-parse-perl -- Perl extension for parsing iptables firewall rulesets - Debian ; Hi, > The package psad contains a file /usr/lib/perl5/IPTables/Parse.pm. > > ( http://www.cipherdyne.org/modules/ also mentions ".. provides .. > modules used by the psad, ...") > > This potential clash should be sorted out before an upload. As a matter ...

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  1. Bug#481973: ITP: libiptables-parse-perl -- Perl extension for parsing iptables firewall rulesets

    Hi,

    > The package psad contains a file /usr/lib/perl5/IPTables/Parse.pm.
    >
    > (http://www.cipherdyne.org/modules/ also mentions ".. provides ..
    > modules used by the psad, ...")
    >
    > This potential clash should be sorted out before an upload.


    As a matter of fact, all packages from cipherdyne are being packaged
    to avoid conflicts between psad, fwsnort and fwknop.

    Talking with Daniel Gubser (psad maintainer), and Michael Rash
    (upstream author), we decided the best way to integrate the three main
    packages, was to create :

    - libiptables-parse-perl
    - libiptables-chainmgr-perl

    So, right now, in my repository, I have :

    - a rebuilt psad with new dependencies,
    - fwsnort,
    - libiptables-parse-perl (IPTables::Parse),
    - libiptables-chainmgr-perl (IPTables::ChainMgr),
    - fwknop under development.

    Daniel is fairly busy, but I am working with M. Rash to get something
    nice until he has the time to take a look.

    ---
    Franck Joncourt.



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  2. Bug#481973: ITP: libiptables-parse-perl -- Perl extension for parsing iptables firewall rulesets

    On Tue, 20 May 2008 00:34:48 +0200, Franck JONCOURT wrote:

    > > The package psad contains a file /usr/lib/perl5/IPTables/Parse.pm.

    > As a matter of fact, all packages from cipherdyne are being packaged
    > to avoid conflicts between psad, fwsnort and fwknop.


    Sounds good, thanks for the clarification!

    BTW: Just in case you don't know, there's the Debian Perl Group that
    could help with the two lib*-perl packages:
    http://wiki.debian.org/Teams/DebianPerlGroup

    Cheers,
    gregor

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  3. Re: Bug#481973: ITP: libiptables-parse-perl -- Perl extension for parsing iptables firewall rulesets


    [...]

    > BTW: Just in case you don't know, there's the Debian Perl Group that
    > could help with the two lib*-perl packages:
    > http://wiki.debian.org/Teams/DebianPerlGroup


    Thanks, I did not know about it.

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