Created attachment 199571 [details]
patch for new port
The Resource Public Key Infrastructure provides cryptographically signed statements about the association of Internet routing resources. In particular, it allows the holder of an IP address prefix to publish which AS number will be the origin of BGP route announcements for it.
All of these statements are published in a distributed repository. Routinator will collect these statements into a local copy, validate their signatures, and construct a list of associations between IP address prefixes and AS numbers. It provides this information to routers supporting the RPKI-RTR protocol or can output it in a number of useful formats.
Comment on attachment 199571 [details]
patch for new port
New (uncommitted) ports don't (can't yet) have/need maintainer-approval
This line does nothing.
--- net/routinator/pkg-plist (nonexistent)
+++ net/routinator/pkg-plist (working copy)
@@ -0,0 +1,3 @@
We do not $FreeBSD$ to pkg-plist on FreeBSD.
Please replace pkg-plist with PLIST_FILES in the Makefile.
pkg-descr is way too short. I'm sure there is more to say
about this application.
Created attachment 199884 [details]
improved patch for new port
Apologies for the screw up.I should not do these things just before going on a trip.
Anyway, attached a new improved shar file
(In reply to jaap from comment #3)
LGTM. Doing test builds now.
A commit references this bug:
Date: Thu Dec 6 16:17:36 UTC 2018
New revision: 486767
New port: net/routinator
Routinator collects Resource Public Key Infrastructure cryptographically
signed statements about the association of Internet routing resources
and constructs a list of associations between IP address prefixes
and AS numbers. It provides this information to routers supporting
the RPKI-RTR protocol or publishes this in a number of useful
Submitted by: jaap@NLnetLabs.nl