Re: comments on PGP *5*
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On Wed, 16 Sep 1998, Joseph Carter wrote:
>MIT version of pgp5?
Not sure it really exists, but the license makes mention of it.
>still, I think it is not considered acceptable to the company for you to
>take the i version and make it a us version.
Uh, the difference between the "i" version and the "US" version is
about half a dozen lines of code and the addition of the MPILIB library.
By taking the "i" version and "making it a us version", all you're doing
is backing out the changes.
>A binary of the i version modified to work with RSAREF may be considered
>derived, depending. I'll have to download pgp5 source to look.
No, a binary of the "i" version modified to work with RSAREF (and
with a few other changes backed out) *IS* the original version. If
there's a problem, it's with the "i" version itself, which is a
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