On 24/05/11 19:39, Gordan Bobic wrote:
On 05/24/2011 06:37 PM, Adam Goode wrote:
> Have a look at this too:
> It was supposed to be the way forward regarding all this. Last I
> checked, it was only for applications, not libraries, though.
Now that _IS_ interesting. So NSS is the consolidation target?
As an aside, it is *incredibly* annoying that "NSS" is used as the
name for this, since NSS already has a different meaning on GNU/Linux
systems: Name Service Switch. But anyway...
I was under the impression that OpenSSL is a lot more prolific and
it has more application level support, of the ones listed on the
page above, at least the following:
Perhaps, but its licence seems to be broken, so it can't be used as a
general-purpose crypto library for Fedora.