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Old 28th February 2021
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Default List of packages that use pledge and/or unveil?

Is their a list online, or can a cli application be convinced to tell me which applications have had pledge and/or unveil applied to them? Theo de Raadt gave a talk where he mentioned 500/600 applications at that time. So someone may have a list.

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At one time I recall that each port's Makefile would note this in comments. As an example, something like $ find /usr/ports -name Makefile -exec grep -l pledge {} + might be one way to list pledged ports.
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so far i'm using a release with binary packages, but that's still good to know. thanks.
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You can still use the -release or -stable ports tree for this type of research.
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Assuming that pkg_info -f or pkg_info -L is a way to get this information (which might not be true) something like this could work (on installed packages):
for i in $(pkg_info -m|awk '{print $1'})
do
pkg_info -fL $i|egrep "pledge|unveil"
done|sort -u
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You can still use the -release or -stable ports tree for this type of research.
ok, thanks to both of y'all. i'll check that out.
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Old 4th March 2021
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Nice commands. Good to see so many ports can be pledged. In order to count those mentioned in the ports just:
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find /usr/ports -name Makefile -exec grep -l pledge {} + | wc -l
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