Andreas Schneider Blog

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New features in socket_wrapper 1.1.0

Maybe you already heard of the cwrap project. A set of tools to create a fully isolated network environment to test client/server components on a single host. socket_wrapper is a part of cwrap and I released version 1.1.0 today. In this release I worked together with Michael Adam and we implemented some nice new features like support for IP_PKTINFO for binding on UDP sockets, bindresvport()...

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Group support for cmocka

Last Friday I’ve released cmocka 0.4.0. It has several bugfixes and at least two new features. One is support for groups. This means you can define a setup and teardown function for a group of unit tests. I think some people have been waiting for this. You can find an example here. It is simple and easy to use. The other small feature is a...

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The Gold Linker

After the Update to Fedora 20 I forgot to update the linker to Gold. Today I released that linking Samba is horribly slow. Time to change the linker to Gold again: Fedora: ll /etc/alternatives/ld /usr/sbin/alternatives –set ld /usr/bin/ld.gold openSUSE: ll /etc/alternatives/ld /usr/sbin/update-alternatives –set ld /usr/bin/ld.gold To still build a special project with ld.bfd use: LDFLAGS=”-fuse-ld=bfd”

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cwrap 1.0.0 – testing your full software stack …

on one single machine! FOSDEM/Brussels, February 2nd, I gave a talk about cwrap. I announced and released version 1.0.0 of cwrap, a set of tools to create a fully isolated network environment to test client/server components on a single host. It provides synthetic account information, hostname resolution and privilege separation support. The heart of cwrap consists of three libraries you can preload to any executable....

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FOSDEM: My talk about cwrap

Next weekend, February 1st and 2nd, will be the FOSDEM conference in Brussels again. I will be there and give a talk in the Testing and Automation devroom. I hope you will be there and watch my presentation on Sunday, February 2nd, 11:30, Room: UD2.218A. See you there!

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libssh 0.6.0 released

After another development cycle, this time of 2,5 years, the libssh Team is proud to announce version 0.6.0 of libssh. The most important functionality which has been added is a new callback-based server API. Also we added ECDSA support and a new algorithm called for key exchange to have something better than the NIST curves. OpenSSH also uses as the default for key...

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Powerline

I spent the day to look at tmux and vim and found a lot of great plugins. What I really like for tmux and also vim is powerline. Powerline is a status-line and prompts utility to change the look and feel of your vim or tmux status lines. It looks like this: It consists of a special font, a python tool and plugins for applications....

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CM: chromium doesn’t build with JDK 1.7

If you build Android or CyanogenMod and you run into issues with HashSet_jni.h you need the following changes to the chromium_org project: diff –git a/base/android/jni_generator/jni_generator.py b/base/android/jni_generator/jni_generator.py index de865d5..d4a2324 100755 — a/base/android/jni_generator/jni_generator.py +++ b/base/android/jni_generator/jni_generator.py @@ -555,18 +555,21 @@ class JNIFromJavaSource(object): contents) return JNIFromJavaSource(contents, fully_qualified_class) +def MultipleReplace(string, rep_dict): + pattern = re.compile(“|”.join([re.escape(k) for k in rep_dict.keys()]), re.M) + return pattern.sub(lambda x: rep_dict[x.group(0)], string) class InlHeaderFileGenerator(object): “””Generates an...

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Curve25519-SHA256 is the default KEX in openSSH too now!

Since some hours is the default KEX in OpenSSH! Several weeks ago Aris added a new Elliptic Curve algorithm for key exchange using Curve25519. After he wrote some kind of a RFC and implemented it in libssh he started to suggest a patch for OpenSSH which finally has been integrated.