[Snort-users] [Snort-devel] Question about Snort 2.9.9 and and http2

Joel Esler (jesler) jesler at ...589...
Wed Apr 13 19:28:46 EDT 2016

We accept both!  Just depends on where it may be appropriate at this time…

Joel Esler
Manager, Talos Group

On Apr 13, 2016, at 7:19 PM, Joshua Kinard <kumba at ...10880...<mailto:kumba at ...10880...>> wrote:

Would you guys still consider new feature patches for the 2.9.x codebase if
they were sent in, or should new feature development apply only to the 3.x code?

I have some old patches that I've tried sending in before that I can look at
sending again in the coming weeks (they need to be synced to latest 2.9.8
code).  But I wasn't sure if the effort would be worth it if 2.9.x isn't open
for new stuff.  My C++ is no where near my C abilities, so I didn't have any
real plans to port to the 3.x code anytime soon.


On 04/13/2016 18:36, Joel Esler (jesler) wrote:
2.9.9 is not scoped yet.

We have not laid plans yet for development on Snort 3.x and Snort 2.x codebases once 3.x is out of beta (Since it has not entered beta yet)

Joel Esler
Manager, Talos Group

On Apr 12, 2016, at 4:22 PM, Tony Zhang <Tony.Zhang at ...17493...<mailto:Tony.Zhang at ...17493...><mailto:Tony.Zhang at ...17493...>> wrote:

​Hi Guys

Could somebody tell me the planning release date for Snort 2.9.9?
And when and which will the last version Snort 2.9.x? because the Snort 3.0 is under develop, I suppose Snort 2.9.x will be phased out, is it correct?
Tony Zhang
From: Tony Zhang
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Subject: Does snort 2.9.8 support HTTP2?

Hi There

Does anybody know if snort2.9.8 support HTTP2?

Tony Zhang

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