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Mon, 20 Jun 2022 13:44:36 +0300
On Mon, Jun 20, 2022 at 12:17:38AM +0200, Andreas Enge wrote:
> Am Fri, Apr 01, 2022 at 10:41:11AM +0200 schrieb Ludovic Courtès:
> > At first sight, it looks like an easy-to-maintain package: no
> > dependencies, few users, stable API.
> > I tried to update it to 3.5.1 and was proved wrong though: there’s one
> > test failure in ‘tests/asn1object’ and the Internet doesn’t seem to know
> > how to address the problem. So it would need a bit more work.
> > I’d lean towards keeping it and doing that extra work, collectively, but
> > I understand this very discussion shows that it’s debatable.
> at some point in time, my understanding was that we would switch everything
> to libressl and drop openssl. I have not followed, but from
> it looks as if the problems with openssl are more or less solved, at least
> they are not worse than in libressl.
> So an option would be to try to switch the existing dependencies to openssl
> and decide from there.
> What do you think?
I thought I had updated it last month but it turns out I never actually
did. My daughter and I looked at fixing acme-client before the staging
merge before we saw it was abandoned, I guess that's when I thought I
updated libressl. I'd be more interested in trying to use openssl-3 than
trying to pull along libressl.
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