[PATCH] --secontext: Implement displaying of expected context upon mismatch

Renaud Métrich rmetrich at redhat.com
Mon Dec 6 19:46:09 UTC 2021

On 12/6/21 15:44, Dmitry V. Levin wrote:
> Let's say that --secontext means --secontext=type, "full" includes "type"
> so that --secontext=full engulfs --secontext=type, "mismatch" is not
> included into "full" so one would have to use --secontext=full,mismatch.
That's already the case, full == the full context, but no mismatch check.
> As a side effect of using qualify_tokens(), there would be
> --secontext=none disabling the whole thing, and --secontext=all enabling
> all bits including all future bits.
> Does this make sense?
OK I get it.

What about having the mismatched context be printed after a double 
exclamation mark "!!".

Are you ok with this?

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