Subject: Re: CVS commit: cryptosrc-intl
To: None <>
From: Jason R Thorpe <>
List: tech-net
Date: 03/13/2000 17:07:50
On Mon, Mar 13, 2000 at 10:48:19PM +0200, Jun-ichiro itojun Hagino wrote:

 > Module Name:	cryptosrc-intl
 > Committed By:	itojun
 > Date:		Mon Mar 13 20:48:19 UTC 2000
 > Added Files:
 > 	cryptosrc-intl/crypto-intl/dist/kame/libpfkey: ipsec_strerror.h
 > 	    key_debug.c key_debug.h pfkey.c pfkey_dump.c
 > Log Message:
 > have a copy of pfkey library source code, from src/lib/libipsec.
 > the ultimate goal is to hide pfkey_* from libipsec (there'll be tons of
 > change in the near future, so I shouldn't have make it visible in the first
 > place).
 > we need to have a copy since there's no good way to refer from crypto-intl
 > into basesrc.  once the crypto tree is totally integrated, we'll be
 > able to use ${.CURDIR}/../../foo/baa.

Is this really necessary?  Does libpfkey actually have any crypto code in
it?  If it just interacts with the PF_KEY socket, I don't think it has
to be outside of the base distribution...

        -- Jason R. Thorpe <>