Re: Bug#462596: openssl: Please include support for tls extensions / server name indication
On Sat, Jan 26, 2008 at 03:15:18PM +0100, Stefan Fritsch wrote:
> Hi Kurt,
> On Saturday 26 January 2008, Kurt Roeckx wrote:
> > The problem with that option (and others) is that it changes struct
> > layouts, which means ABI changes. I'm afraid I can't do such a
> > change without changing the soname. It seems that only the end of
> > struct's are changed so we might get away with it for some cases,
> > but someone will need to take a good look before doing that.
> IMNSHO we want this for lenny, even if it needs a soname change.
If we're going to do that, I think we need to clear this with the release
team in any case.
I'm not really in favour of doing any change that requires us to rebuild
everything against a new openssl version. The last migration started
with the upload of 0.9.8-1 which was uploaded on 2005-09-29, the latest
package depending on 0.9.7 was removed from testing on 2008-01-05.
I think the release team would like to see atleast 2 source packages
again for such a migration.
Anyway, looking at the structs that changed, we have those structs:
SSL_SESSION / struct ssl_session_st
SSL_CTX / struct ssl_ctx_st
SSL / struct ssl_st / ssl_crock_st
They all add new members at the end of the struct.
They all have functions to allocate/free them:
SSL_SESSION_new / SSL_SESSION_free
SSL_CTX_new / SSL_CTX_free
SSL_new / SSL_free
Those structs are always passed as pointers.
I think that it should be safe to turn on this feature without breaking