[Bug 240940] security/stoken: nettle is an optional alternative for libtomcrypt - please mark as unbroken with dependency on libtomcrypt only

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[Bug 240940] security/stoken: nettle is an optional alternative for libtomcrypt - please mark as unbroken with dependency on libtomcrypt only

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            Bug ID: 240940
           Summary: security/stoken: nettle is an optional alternative for
                    libtomcrypt - please mark as unbroken with dependency
                    on libtomcrypt only
           Product: Ports & Packages
           Version: Latest
          Hardware: Any
                OS: Any
            Status: New
          Severity: Affects Only Me
          Priority: ---
         Component: Individual Port(s)
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stoken is currently marked as broken, probably due to ancient nettle version
requirement. But nettle is an optional alternative for libtomcrypt, which does
work (just tested by TRYBROKEN=yes, both nettle 3.5.1 and tomcrypt installed,
stoken skips nettle, picks up tomcrypt and builds successfully).

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[Bug 240940] security/stoken: nettle is an optional alternative for libtomcrypt - please mark as unbroken with dependency on libtomcrypt only

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--- Comment #1 from [hidden email] ---
Agree.

Committers, please remove broken bit, it builds just fine for me.

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