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

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)
In reply to: SMACK meets the One True Security Module by jamesm
Parent article: SMACK meets the One True Security Module

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> ;-)


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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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