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non port: security/py-letsencrypt/files

Number of commits found: 2

Tuesday, 2 Feb 2016
12:34 koobs search for other commits by this committer
security/py-{letsencrypt,acme}: Update to 0.3.0

Common:

- Update PORTVERSION and distinfo checksum (0.3.0) [1]
- Use PORTVERSION over DISTVERSION (not necessary at the moment)
- Update dependency entries to match those in setup.py
  - match minimum versions, remove version if not specified there
  - requests has been removed from letsencrypt, acme depends on it

py-letsecnrypt:

- Remove setup.py patch (upstreamed) [1]

py-acme:

- Enable NO_ARCH

PR:		206397
Submitted by:	pkubaj@anongoth.pl [1]
Reviewed by:	cpm (maintainer, acme)
Approved by:	cpm (maintainer, acme)
Original commitRevision:407813 
Friday, 6 Nov 2015
08:38 koobs search for other commits by this committer
[NEW] security/py-letsencrypt: Welcome Let's Encrypt client!

In short: getting and installing SSL/TLS certificates made easy.

The Let's Encrypt Client is a tool to automatically receive and install
X.509 certificates to enable TLS on servers. The client will
interoperate with the Let's Encrypt CA which will be issuing
browser-trusted certificates for free.

It's all automated:

The tool will prove domain control to the CA and submit a CSR
(Certificate Signing Request).

If domain control has been proven, a certificate will get issued and
the tool will automatically install it.

WWW: https://github.com/letsencrypt/letsencrypt

PR:		203405
Original commitRevision:400885 

Number of commits found: 2