Re: [cip-security] [cip-dev] Python 3.x vs 2.7
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The security WG nominated duplicity as a solution for "Control system backup" (CR7.3).
One of the common requirements of such backup software is check-point restart capability.
Duplicity provides this like the following.
IMHO, I think tar is not met IEC63443-4-2 requirement, because tar itself does not have this capability,
From: cip-security@... <cip-security@...> On Behalf Of Kento Yoshida
Sent: Tuesday, April 7, 2020 3:49 PM
To: Pavel Machek <pavel@...>; Jan Kiszka <jan.kiszka@...>
Cc: cip-security@...; cip-dev@...
Subject: Re: [cip-security] [cip-dev] Python 3.x vs 2.7
-----Original Message-----Some of the security members didn't accept GPLv3, so currently we dropped GPLv3 packages from the candidates.
BTW, I'm not sure but is the CIP policy on accepting GPLv3 still to be decided?
If that's out of question, I'm pretty sure we can get GPLv2 tarThank you for introduction about "tar".
I will investigate whether it meets the requirements.
And also I'll search GPLv2 implementation if it meets the requirements.
If it's not decided yet about the CIP policy on accepting GPLv3, we cannot adopt GPLv3 packages.
Anyway, I agreed it is difficult to support python 2 for a super long term. And everyone agreed on this point.
So, we cannot support each libraries using python 2, at least.
Best regards, Kent