ANNOUNCE: p11-kit 0.19.1
stefw at redhat.com
Thu Jun 6 12:06:26 PDT 2013
On 29.05.2013 11:14, Nikos Mavrogiannopoulos wrote:
> On Tue, May 28, 2013 at 12:06 PM, Stef Walter <stefw at redhat.com> wrote:
>> It is also embedded in many projects (Mozilla does it, cpython does it).
>> If linking to an outside library is a show stopper for you, I guess we
>> could embed it as well. For obvious reasons embedding is sub-optimal.
>> But if necessary, it's an option I'm willing to consider.
>> But please do push back if all of this continues to be unacceptable. I
>> want p11-kit to be accepted, and your feedback (now that you understand
>> more about libffi and the issue at hand) is super welcome.
> Hello Stef,
> Thanks for the detailed information. Indeed that addition it seems
> very useful on the desktop case. I don't think that embedding is
> needed, at least to my use-case -small embedded systems that don't use
> a variety of libraries. In my case having the option to compile
> without ffi is sufficient. What was my main concern is of p11-kit
> becoming a library that could not easily be used in such a system.
Alright. Good to know. It's my aim to continue to make p11-kit usable in
such constrained environments (albeit without certain features). Let me
know if I accidentally stray from this.
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