[patch] add some allows to default session.conf.in
hp at redhat.com
Sun Aug 8 19:29:20 PDT 2004
On Sun, 2004-08-08 at 13:07, Colin Walters wrote:
> So it seems it's *replies* to the AddMatch method call that are being denied.
If you set "no reply expected" on the AddMatch why are you expecting a
reply? i.e. in what situation did you encounter this bug?
(Do the standard bindings/convenience functions set no reply requested
> So we need to allow non-requested replies too. The attached patch
> should be better:
Not quite right I think,
A single <deny> rule may specify combinations of attributes such
send_service and send_interface and send_type. In this case, the
denial applies only if both attributes match the message being
e.g. <deny send_interface="foo.bar" send_service="foo.blah"/>
deny messages of the given interface AND to the given service.
To get an OR effect you specify multiple <deny> rules.
So you really want to add an additional <deny>
It seems logical to by default deny replies that the sender didn't ask
for though, don't you think?
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