On Monday 06 May 2002 02:16, Brian May wrote:
> I wonder how hard it would be to create a library that sits on top of
> GNU TLS and gives it the same API as openssl.
OpenSSL's API is much too complicated for most applications whose only worry
would be clear-text transmission of data.
We actually have a wrapper in place which gets configured at compile time
(--with-tls=none/gnutls/openssl), which provides nothing but basic socket
enabling/disabling functionality, and cert finding.
But I don't have a clue how generic such an API would be for more difficult
tasks - I'm rather pessimistic here.
I'd rather like to see the openssl authors to remove their stupid licence
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