Subject: Re: what to put into cryptosrc-intl tree
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Michael C. Richardson <email@example.com>
Date: 06/23/1999 12:42:42
>>>>> "Simon" == Simon J Gerraty <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>> This is my idea:
>> 1. openssl a) This gets us basic cryptography routines: DES, 3DES,
>> IDEA, CAST, RSA, DSS, DH. We should have a libdes.a, and libcrypto.a.
Simon> Note that ssleay/openssl can be built patent-free with -DNO_RSA,
Simon> -DNO_IDEA etc.
So, I suggest that we build libcrypto.a like that and provide a librsa.a
>> 3. I'd like to see an SSLtelnet/d imported.
Simon> Feel free to grab mine. Its a later code base and is all setup
Simon> for BSD make and macros anyway :-) I also have Makefiles etc for
Simon> building libcrypto.so etc on many *nix.
Simon> Hmmm, might have to think about the libsslfd wrapper library. See
Simon> http://www.quick.com.au/help/sjg/sslfd.html Also I've not yet
Simon> taken the plunge with openssl vs ssleay.
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