Re: Bug#318590: curl 7.14.0-5: OpenSSL vs GnuTLS is still a problem
On Wed, Aug 24, 2005 at 04:23:19PM +0200, Marco d'Itri wrote:
> On Aug 24, Domenico Andreoli <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > in the meanwhile new packages can be built using the gnutls variant of
> > libcurl3. be aware that libcurl3 and libcurl3-gnutls currently cannot
> > be installed at the same time.
> What is the point then? They *will* be needed at the same time.
> If they cannot be installed on the same system then looks like you are
> wasting your time.
the conflict is temporary. as soon as curl is fixed with this regard the
conflict will be removed and the packages depending on libcurl3-gnutls
will be bugged to be rebuilt.
> That "solution", BTW is a disgusting hack.
Daniel will be surely happy to see better patches. regarding me,
i prefer disgusting over inexistent.
if only Daniel liked the idea of using plugins in curl... eh, Daniel?
> Again, there should be no reasons to need to use a openssl instead of
> gnutls. If some program really needs it, then it should be linked to a
> *special* libcurl-with-openssl library until it can be fixed.
> But the default should be to use gnutls.
gnutls is not mature, it has been just added. people willing to test
it and signal bugs are welcome.
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