Net::Server::Proto::SSL vs Net::Server::Proto::SSLEAY
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I have a question regarding Net::Server::Proto::SSL[eay]. As far as I
can see, the Perl package libnet-server-perl includes
Net::Server::Proto:SSL, but not Net::Server::Proto::SSLEAY (this is from
stable/squeeze, version 0.97-1 up to unstable/sid, v 0.99-2).
The documentation itself describes SSL as deprecated and recommends
looking into SSLEAY.
Now my question: are there any reasons not to include SSLEAY? Are there
any plans to include it eventually?
I'm asking because I've got a small server implementation (based on
Net::Server) which I'd like to augment with SSL, and from CPAN's manuals
it seems SSLEAY is the way to go.
Of course if the only problem is "human resources" I'd be glad to offer
some help :-)
Thanks for any pointers
- -- tomás
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