NTPSec version bumped on 2020-10-06: latest version is 1.2.0.
Could you please update the port?
The minor version bump is to indicate official official support of
RFC8915 "Network Time Security for the Network Time Protocol" which
was released 2020-09-30.
On this day in 1783, Benjamin Hanks received a patent for a
self-winding clock he planned to install in the Old Dutch Church in
Kingston, New York, supposedly making it the first public clock in
what became the New York City metropolitan area.
NTS-KE client now defaults to port 4460.
NTS-KE server now listens on port 4460.
(Listening on port 123 has been removed.)
The shebang of installed Python scripts can now be customized with:
waf configure --pyshebang="…"
This has multiple uses, but one example is for distros (like CentOS 8 or
Ubuntu 20.04) with no python executable:
python3 waf configure --pyshebang="/usr/bin/env python3"
NTP clients now use a shared library with Python instead of an extension.
Add flakiness option to ntpq and fixed limit=1 in mrulist.
Fixed a minor formatting issue in rate page.
Update committed, thanks!
A commit references this bug:
Date: Wed Jan 20 17:37:45 UTC 2021
New revision: 562152
net/ntpsec: Update 1.1.9-57 -> 1.2.0
Thank you for your support @Yuri
(In reply to Alexandre Labarre from comment #3)