Created attachment 148211 [details]
Updates hostapd to version 2.3
After a no-approval-needed update to net/hostapd described here:
I went ahead and generated a diff to upgrade hostapd to the version 2.3 which was just released on Oct 9th.
The main changes:
* updated config to match the sample version
* fixed config to not hardcode /usr/local, thus supporting non-default locations
* moved contents of do-configure target to post-patch
Just say, "I approve" and I will commit the patch attached to the PR.
(I had been lead to believe it's now customary to provide a link to a redports build log but this) looks ok.
Also, I'm currently logged into bugs.freebsd.org but don't see the form option to set the "maintainer approved" flag?
(In reply to leres from comment #2)
> (I had been lead to believe it's now customary to provide a link to a
> redports build log but this) looks ok.
Redports is currently garbage.
I tested in via poudriere but forgot to mention it. As the committer, the responsibility for passing poudriere is on me anyway.
> Also, I'm currently logged into bugs.freebsd.org but don't see the form
> option to set the "maintainer approved" flag?
Since I am very vocally anti-flag, I don't care. your comment is much more useful than a stupid flag.
A commit references this bug:
Date: Thu Oct 16 07:19:54 UTC 2014
New revision: 370974
net/hostapd: Upgrade version 2.2 => 2.3
While upgrading to the latest version released last week:
* Rebase .config file on latest sample versoin
* Support non-default prefixes
* Merge new contents of do-configure target into post-patch target
Approved by: maintainer: (Craig Leres)