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SMACK meets the One True Security Module

SMACK meets the One True Security Module

Posted Oct 4, 2007 0:09 UTC (Thu) by jamesm (guest, #2273)
In reply to: SMACK meets the One True Security Module by drag
Parent article: SMACK meets the One True Security Module

Oddly enough, it still makes sense here :-)


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Thanks to Drag replying to wrong article, I just had a bright idea

Posted Oct 5, 2007 9:18 UTC (Fri) by pr1268 (subscriber, #24648) [Link]

Agreed! Drag's comment about his "IDE" of vim and python vs. Eclipse did indeed bear some resemblance to the discussion about SELinux vs. AppArmour. What a pleasantly surreal experience!

Thanks to Drag's misplaced comment, I just had a bright idea: Eclipse IDE for SELinux!! Use all the features you've come to expect with using Eclipse to develop Java, C, or C++... and now you can build your own security framework! Testing your framework is simply a few mouse clicks away via the "build/debug" menu.

</end silliness> ;-)

Thanks to Drag replying to wrong article, I just had a bright idea

Posted Oct 5, 2007 14:07 UTC (Fri) by nix (subscriber, #2304) [Link]

Obviously the *right* approach is an Emacs specialized entirely for writing SELinux configurations. There's even an XEmacs fork with the right name: SXEmacs. Just reuse the name, write a new selinux mode, rip out all that boring stuff nobody uses like text-mode, cc-mode, vm and gnus, and you're home free! :)

Thanks to Drag replying to wrong article, I just had a bright idea

Posted Dec 11, 2008 18:22 UTC (Thu) by SEJeff (subscriber, #51588) [Link]

Does it have vim bindings? *runs and hides*

"I just had a bright idea" - Tresys did it!

Posted Oct 9, 2007 16:52 UTC (Tue) by ejratl (guest, #4925) [Link]

See SELinux Policy IDE aka SLIDE. It may not be the full embodiment of your dream, but its a starting point. ;-)


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