I just noticed this:
root@blommie portage # pkg-clean --help
RuntimeWarning: tmpnam is a potential security risk to your program
From "What's New in Python 2.2a2?" (Release Date: 22-Aug-2001):
os.tempnam() or os.tmpnam() generate RuntimeWarnings.
pkg-clean does not seem to be maintained actively anymore, and it will most
likely be removed with the next version of gentoolkit.
*** Bug 5922 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
hrm, attachment id != bug id, my bad
This is a trivial one. Just attach your new pkg-clean script to this bug an
reassign it to me once you're done, and I'll stuff it into Gentoolkit again.
Created attachment 6415 [details]
here it is plz test it too ;)
btw it wasn't really a bug imho..
finally got time to have a look at this ;)
Then do it ;P
what exactly do ya expect me to do here? commit?
Anything happening with this, or is it forgotten?
It seems to have been forgotten or overlooked.
however warnings about tmpnam() are pretty common.
mkstemp() is slightly a better replacment and should be used when ever possible.
didn't forget it but waited4feedback of karltk ...
depr. with gentoolkit 0.2.0 ..
closing the bug