Le lundi 9 février 2009 15:22:01 Simon Josefsson, vous avez écrit : > Yes, although looking at the code in skyutils2, it seems its only use of > openssl is to download web pages or something like that. Can't you use > libcurl instead? That might be a better abstraction level. However I > didn't look closely at the code, so it may be doing something that > libcurl cannot. > > /Simon Hi again, for the record : it took me one hour to write a bash script that does exactly what smssend + its configfile did (with curl as you proposed). I think that in one week of bash scripting, I would be able to parse the *.sms smssend configfiles in a backwards compatible way and produce a new tool, based on curl, that fully replaces smssend (and skyutils2). The conclusion to the story is : don't mess with the licences and rewrite the code with the right tools ! Best regards, OdyX N.B. Many thanks for your enlightened piece of advice Simon ! -- Didier Raboud, proud Debian user. CH-1802 Corseaux firstname.lastname@example.org
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