[SM-Grimoire-Bugs] [Bug 8379] sorcery security-update feature

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Thu Apr 28 19:59:33 EDT 2005


------- Additional Comments From acedit at armory.com  2005-04-28 16:59 -------
The UNSECURE file would add additional complexity. Instead of a one line
comparison sorcery now depends on the correctness and format of a file. Also, if
you plan to remove lines periodically the requirement to update is lost for the
user who missed the window. Keeping SECURITY_PATCH in DETAILS ensures that the
update requirement is never lost and does so more efficiently, both for spell
updating and in sorcery. Sorry if Im just being dense but I cannot tell what the
UNSECURE method buys us exactly.

The SECURITY file is a warning thats dumped to the user when they cast a spell
alerting them to potential issues with that spell. Sendmail has one for example.

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