mostawesomedude at gmail.com
Wed Sep 24 08:53:12 PDT 2008
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John Tapsell wrote:
> If the patches are not accepted, then it will mean that X still does
> not cross-compile out of the box, which would be a real shame imho
> when we are so close.
Out of curiosity, why is the dependency on OpenSSL such a bad thing?
Such a requirement is much more basic and portable than using, say,
kernel crypto interfaces, while still having the advantage that it
doesn't have to be maintained by X.org.
Why not just put more effort into making sure OpenSSL is portable? Seems
to me that it should *already* be available on quite a few platforms...
Of course, I could just be silly. :3
~ Corbin Simpson
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