[Bug 230812] tcpxtract - tool for extracting files from network traffic based on file signatures

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Summary: tcpxtract -  tool for extracting files from network traffic based on file signatures


https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=230812





------- Additional Comments From wolfy at nobugconsulting.ro  2007-03-03 09:34 EST -------
Thank you for your comments, Mamoru

I hope you have noticed that exactly because of the hard coded path of
DEFAULT_CONFIG_FILE I have included a patch (in release -2). However, because
your method seems cleaner (will work even if sometime in the future the
sysconfdir is modified), I have removed the patch and used your method (release -3)
Since the man page is compressed during build, the timestamp of the file which
is included in the binary rpm will be the time of the rpm build, not the one of
the original man page, so no real reason for using "install -p" for it. However
I have added "install -p" for the sake of compliance with the general accepted
usage and for the config file.

New versions are available at
http://wdl.lug.ro/linux/rpms/tcpxtract/tcpxtract.spec
http://wdl.lug.ro/linux/rpms/tcpxtract/tcpxtract-1.0.1-3.src.rpm

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