The SETools repository moved. It is now available on the SELinuxProject
If you are following the master branch, there are significant changes:
* Replaced the Python/SWIG/static-linked-libsepol policyrep module with
a Cython implementation. This will have performance and memory-usage
improvements and breaks the static linking to libsepol.
* Significant memory usage reduction in sediff (approximately 60%,
depending on the policies).
These will be the main changes for the next SETools release.