Subject: Re: openssl tools
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Michael Richardson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 10/08/2000 19:28:30
>>>>> "itojun" == itojun <email@example.com> writes:
>> > we can use "/usr/bin/openssl asn1parse".
>> > should we make a symlink for every one of those? there are too much
>> > chances for conflict so i'm not sure...
>> Hmm. How about /usr/bin/openssl, plus asn1parse.
>> Any other symlinks could go into... /usr/libexec/x509 or /usr/libexed/pkix
>> or some such.
itojun> could you tell me why asn1parse is special? (i'm not objecting,
itojun> i'm curious) libexec does not seem right to me.
asn1parse is generally useful for anything that is ASN.1 encoded. Not just
itojun> openssl shell scripts (like CA.pl, CA.sh) refer them as "openssl
itojun> asn1parse" always.
Yes, I've noticed this in recent versions of the scripts...
I guess it doesn't matter. Let things as they are.
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