f9cf75f9ce77f795732fe153da55233e4079e7af: fixup commit for branch 'SeaMonkey_M18_BRANCH' SeaMonkey_M18_BRANCH SeaMonkey_M18_BASE SeaMonkey_M18_RELEASE
cvs2hg - Sat, 07 Oct 2000 00:56:33 +0000 - rev 782
fixup commit for branch 'SeaMonkey_M18_BRANCH'
e8f3d581ee044e6d1413c04c0ed9e187e4b6812a: fixup commit for branch 'PSM_1_4_N6_BRANCH' PSM_1_4_N6_BRANCH PSM_1_4_N6
cvs2hg - Sat, 07 Oct 2000 00:56:31 +0000 - rev 781
fixup commit for branch 'PSM_1_4_N6_BRANCH'
e9d99d9ea9f999f0c38406ca16c6f4cbb7984668: fixup commit for tag 'Netscape_20001031_SECURITY_MAC_RELEASE' Netscape_20000922_SECURITY_MAC_BRANCH Netscape_20001031_SECURITY_MAC_RELEASE
cvs2hg - Sat, 07 Oct 2000 00:56:28 +0000 - rev 780
fixup commit for tag 'Netscape_20001031_SECURITY_MAC_RELEASE'
06c35ae6a29a6ead71b5b6ab714991a130caf969: fixup commit for tag 'Netscape_20001030_SECURITY_MAC_RELEASE' Netscape_20000922_SECURITY_MAC_BRANCH Netscape_20001030_SECURITY_MAC_RELEASE
cvs2hg - Sat, 07 Oct 2000 00:56:27 +0000 - rev 779
fixup commit for tag 'Netscape_20001030_SECURITY_MAC_RELEASE'
6350419f79256ee95b17a2e78fc1a628b23f2e20: fixup commit for tag 'Netscape_20001027_SECURITY_MAC_RELEASE' Netscape_20000922_SECURITY_MAC_BRANCH Netscape_20001027_SECURITY_MAC_RELEASE
cvs2hg - Sat, 07 Oct 2000 00:56:26 +0000 - rev 778
fixup commit for tag 'Netscape_20001027_SECURITY_MAC_RELEASE'
822f941621d97d78684aeaf60575b170d66b1a2f: fixup commit for branch 'Netscape_20000922_SECURITY_MAC_BRANCH' Netscape_20000922_SECURITY_MAC_BRANCH Netscape_20000922_SECURITY_MAC_BASE Netscape_20001102_SECURITY_MAC_RELEASE Netscape_MAC_PR3_RELEASE
cvs2hg - Sat, 07 Oct 2000 00:56:24 +0000 - rev 777
fixup commit for branch 'Netscape_20000922_SECURITY_MAC_BRANCH'
6a3920d3faf0c3a532ff26dbd0370d4177b19a2f: fixup commit for tag 'PSM_1_3_RTM' NSS_30_BRANCH PSM_1_3_RTM
cvs2hg - Sat, 07 Oct 2000 00:56:23 +0000 - rev 776
fixup commit for tag 'PSM_1_3_RTM'
6f9aa1ffaa0b14f82566a2d6f82bdc085f75a89d: fixup commit for branch 'NSS_30_BRANCH' NSS_30_BRANCH NSS_3_0_1_RTM
cvs2hg - Sat, 07 Oct 2000 00:56:21 +0000 - rev 775
fixup commit for branch 'NSS_30_BRANCH'
a2530f62b3194abb863302e0ffaa78cf98e7bf8c: Changed //helium/dist to //iridium/components (another way to get
wtc%netscape.com - Sat, 07 Oct 2000 00:56:20 +0000 - rev 774
Changed //helium/dist to //iridium/components (another way to get access to /share/builds/components from NT at Netscape/iPlanet).
8a2635630f0425b99bd3ab92f1f91cf6487e2b28: In lib/smime, detect null pointers returned by various functions.
nelsonb%netscape.com - Fri, 06 Oct 2000 23:26:12 +0000 - rev 773
In lib/smime, detect null pointers returned by various functions. Christian Kaiser fixed the test script to pass the right directory name to the test program. The test script echoes all the cmsutil test commands so that the error messages are associated with the proper one. And cmsutil now puts its name on the front of its error messages.
0562296084def3ff2f91c0a6d5a4aaae657e8c1a: Call NSS_InitReadWrite instead of SECU_PKCS11Init, and check the result
nelsonb%netscape.com - Fri, 06 Oct 2000 21:45:01 +0000 - rev 772
Call NSS_InitReadWrite instead of SECU_PKCS11Init, and check the result for success. Fixes a crash. If it turns out that cmsutil doesn't need to modifiy the cert and/or key DBs, then it should call NSS_Init, instead.
52a80766acee032b1e7e12bd110791fef12f0074: Call NSS_NoDB_Init instead of that broken old SECU_PKCS11Init.
nelsonb%netscape.com - Fri, 06 Oct 2000 21:40:52 +0000 - rev 771
Call NSS_NoDB_Init instead of that broken old SECU_PKCS11Init. Also, test to see that the init succeeded.
2393156568dc5cf0d248869fe8799533f29f6da2: Fix a crash that occurs when NSS is initialized with NSS_NoDB_Init.
nelsonb%netscape.com - Fri, 06 Oct 2000 21:38:57 +0000 - rev 770
Fix a crash that occurs when NSS is initialized with NSS_NoDB_Init.
a48155895db10dc780df6f61e97a8f1a17396c7a: Implement new function NSS_InitReadWrite, which is just like NSS_Init
nelsonb%netscape.com - Fri, 06 Oct 2000 21:37:25 +0000 - rev 769
Implement new function NSS_InitReadWrite, which is just like NSS_Init except that it opens the files read/write. This is to replace the broken SECU_ routines in nss/cmd/lib.
bd163e9337011e1b77aa247cd6011cf1cf1fddab: The session timeout times for SSL2 and SSL3 were reversed, so SSL3 NSS_30_BRANCH
nelsonb%netscape.com - Thu, 05 Oct 2000 23:17:16 +0000 - rev 768
The session timeout times for SSL2 and SSL3 were reversed, so SSL3 sessions were timing out after only 100 seconds. Bug 55231.
25c987ee4cdb94145b0ce92bac3da7285093af3b: The SSL client cache timeout values for SSL2 and SSL3 were reversed.
nelsonb%netscape.com - Thu, 05 Oct 2000 23:10:14 +0000 - rev 767
The SSL client cache timeout values for SSL2 and SSL3 were reversed. This caused all SSL3 sessions to timeout after 100 seconds. Bug 55231.
f8f45d83c6ccead66ce289a4ad0057bd46d80c34: Bugzilla bug #55267: checked in a workaround for a tight spin in
wtc%netscape.com - Thu, 05 Oct 2000 04:24:04 +0000 - rev 766
Bugzilla bug #55267: checked in a workaround for a tight spin in PK11_GetSlotList on 64-bit HP-UX.
0bb8c450c566ee31fe65d67b8ccc1abef76e86dc: Prefix all selfserv's output messages with "selfserv: " so we can tell
nelsonb%netscape.com - Thu, 05 Oct 2000 04:14:44 +0000 - rev 765
Prefix all selfserv's output messages with "selfserv: " so we can tell client messages apart from server messages when the two are mixed. When the verbose option is enabled, print out the session reuse stats right after the first PR_Read completes, so we don't miss any.
10e7338eaae764b30be801fd5a894279698f1ebb: Bugzilla bug #54711: implemented the moz_import rule for OS/2.
wtc%netscape.com - Thu, 05 Oct 2000 04:12:30 +0000 - rev 764
Bugzilla bug #54711: implemented the moz_import rule for OS/2.
edf75877684649442ecdfccb746b89c786999cdc: 3 Changes:
nelsonb%netscape.com - Thu, 05 Oct 2000 04:11:31 +0000 - rev 763
3 Changes: - Test SSL2 (not SSL3) when only SSL2 ciphers have been chosen. - Use a different metric for determining when multiple full handshakes have been done with SSL2. (Can't use SSL3's counters for that purpose.) - When PR_Connect returns a "connection reset by peer" error, silently retry the operation with a new socket.
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