On Fri, 2013-11-22 at 09:51 +0100, Florian Weimer wrote:
That's actually not true—you still need to invoke the system library
exception for GPLv2-only programs because one of the dependencies, GMP,
is LGPLv3+ in its current versions. Attempts to dual-license it under
LPGLv3+ and GPLv2, like GNUTLS itself, have failed so far.
Ah yes, good point. For the Android build of OpenConnect I had set it up
to build against GMP 4.2 for that very reason. GnuTLS still works with
that version, I believe.