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SubjectRe: [TOMOYO #15 0/8] TOMOYO Linux
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Hi Pavel,

> >>>>>> TOMOYO Linux is a name-based MAC extension (LSM module) for the Linux kernel.
> >>>>>>
> >>>>> Applied to
> >>>>> git://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/linux/kernel/git/jmorris/security-testing-2.6#next
> >>>>>
> >>>> Does that mean tomoyo is scheduled for 2.6.30?
> >>>>
> >>> TOMOYO is already in linux-next tree and ready to go into 2.6.30 .
> >>
> >> Last time I looked it included script parser and some
> >> interpretter... Was that solved?
>
> >
> > Are you talking about the interface between
> > userland and kernel regarding string data?
>
> Yes. maybe ioctl() is worse, but I don't think c-like language parser
> in kernel is acceptable.

for just clarification to me.

IIUC, many developers said UNNECESSARY parser is BAD (yes, I also think so),
but nobody said any parser is bad.

Therefore, I think point is that the patch have enough reasonable reason or not.
and, I thought "pavel, good job. you're right" at you oppositing time because
tomoyo did't explain any reason at that time.

However, they changed. the patch description of the "[TOMOYO #15 3/8] Common functions for TOMOYO Linux."
explain the reason.
for me, I feel it's reasonable reason. then I didn't oppose current tomoyo posting.

So, I don't understand which you oppose
(1) ANY parser is bad.
(2) current description still don't explain enough reason.

May I ask you?





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