Emmanuel Seyman wrote:
* Gordan Bobic [25/05/2011 11:25] :
>> Perhaps, but its licence seems to be broken, so it can't be used as a
>> general-purpose crypto library for Fedora.
> This doesn't seem to prevent it from being used as such, as far as I can
Actually, it does: http://lwn.net/Articles/428111/
That's all very theoretical and academic as long as half the distro is
linking against OpenSSL anyway. We are where we are, and that will take
time to change. Meanwhile, those of us living in the real world need to
stick with the pragmatic approach of using what is there and works.