Currently it displays 2015 in the installer, and sometimes things fail depending on the dev environment.
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- rP21931: Small changes to the macOS build scripts.
Small changes to the macOS scripts.
- date update based on previous patch
- the --enable-64bit flag is needed for nspr when developing on recent versions (we are already building 64bit only)
- the --without-libpsl precision is needed to avoid issues when libpsl is installed and detected
The --enable-64bit parameter is required on an x86_64 system to prevent configure failing with a claim that this is a system without pthread support. The [ $(uname -m) = x86_64 ] test ensures it has no effect on a 32 bit system.
(Anyway, if it's our policy to build for 64bit only, then the technical background is irrelevant.)
When you build curl with support for libpsl, the cookie parser will know about the Public Suffix List and thus handle such cookies appropriately.
So Public Suffix List is used to enforce privacy rules on cookies afaics.
So no clue if the diff is necessary or complete for some technical issues, but the diff is not adding anything wrong for any platform.
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