Re: [capsicum] capsicum-linux codebase
On Tue, Oct 22, 2013 at 10:07:25AM +0100, David Drysdale wrote:
> As some of you know, I'm working on getting Capsicum working in the Linux
> kernel, based on the FreeBSD implementation and on previous work done by
> Meredydd Luff in his stint as a Google intern.
> If anyone is interested in the details, the Git repo is now visible at:
Are you planning on submitting the diffs upstream ?
> This is still work in progress, but I've merged Meredydd's work up to a
> more recent kernel (3.11.1), and I'm slowly converging on functional
> equivalence to FreeBSD 9.x -- catching up with Pawel et al's more recent
> work will come later.
> Along the way, I've also separated out a bunch of user-space tests for the
> Capsicum syscall functionality into a separate repo at:
> This combines both the FreeBSD test cases and Meredydd's test code with a
> few extras, but I've pulled it into a separate repo to make it easy to run
> on both Linux and FreeBSD, to allow cross-comparison. It may potentially
> also be useful for other Capsicum port efforts (although as above, it's
> targeted at the level of function in FreeBSD 9.x, not 10.x).
> Let me know if you have any questions,
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