Package: wireguard / 0.0.20191012-1
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|0001 Avoid trying to use git during the build.patch | (download)||
13 4 + 9 - 0 !
avoid trying to use git during the build. Upstream Makefile is too-clever by half. We want to know the version during the debian build, we'll use the upstream version.
|0002 Avoid requiring glibc 2.25 for wireguard tools.patch | (download)||
2 1 + 1 - 0 !
avoid requiring glibc 2.25 for wireguard-tools Upstream's instructions (https://www.wireguard.com/install/) suggest enabling the debian unstable repository to run wireguard. Without this patch, the current version of wireguard-tools will end up with a dependency on glibc 2.25 because of the invocation of getentropy. We avoid this situation (and fall through to the syscall interface for the Linux kernel) by omitting the test here. If we move wireguard into testing (and from there to stretch-backports) then i think we can convince upstream to change their installation instructions to refer to stretch-backports, and we can remove this patch.
|0003 compat fix on debian 4.9.168 in sloppy manner.patch | (download)||
6 6 + 0 - 0 !
compat: fix on debian 4.9.168 in sloppy manner Ben backported siphash but forgot to backport hsiphash, which goes into the same .h and .o files, making a proper compat layer for it kind of cumbersome and annoying. Since he plans to backport hsiphash for 4.9.169, this commit is a stop-gap solution for the Debian package.