[Dovecot] v2.0.rc3 released
sking at kingrst.com
Thu Jul 22 23:06:00 EEST 2010
Ah ok, that makes sense. Thanks for explaining the logic there :o)
On 7/22/10 1:42 PM, Timo Sirainen wrote:
> It's mainly to support per-ip certificates. Login processes are chrooted
> and unprivileged, so they can't go opening certificates or their private
> keys after init. So they need to get the full cert/key from the config
> process. So config parsing needs to be able to know that it needs to
> read the given file and put it in a setting instead of just passing the
> Well, okay, I guess it would have been possible to mark some settings as
> "read this file" and the "<" wouldn't have been necessary. But the
> problem with ssl=no would be still the same and it would be less
> On Thu, 2010-07-22 at 13:36 -0400, Steven King wrote:
>> Hmm, very interesting. Is this to facilitate functionality such that
>> you may be able to specify the cert and key hashes in the config file
>> with a slightly different syntax?
>> That is the only thing I could think of using a different syntax like
>> that. I've never seen this kind of syntax in other configs.
>> On 7/22/10 7:33 AM, Timo Sirainen wrote:
>>> On 22.7.2010, at 6.21, Steven King wrote:
>>>> What does the "<" actually do? I just followed the wiki example, and it
>>>> doesn't clearly explain what it is for.
>>> Reads the setting's value from the given file. Similar to how < works in a shell.
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