cloos at jhcloos.com
Wed Sep 24 09:54:43 PDT 2008
>>>>> "John" == John Tapsell <johnflux at gmail.com> writes:
>> (Martin Hinner's libmd (at http://freshmeat.net/projects/libmd/) uses
>> public domain sha1 code in C by Peter Gutman and Colin Plumb.
John> libmd also does not cross compile.
John> I will send a bug report upstream.
Martin's page says that his libmd is "compatible with" FreeBSD's.
shows that theirs is (or is based on) Eric Young's (ie, from SSLeay or
OpenSolaris' libmd can be browsed at:
It looks like Sun licensed it from RSA.
NetBSD doesn't have a libmd; their version of OpenSSL is at:
OpenBSD also seems to use OpenSSL. Browse at:
It is possible either of them have made it possible to cross-compile
You can also specify SHA1_LIB and SHA1_CFLAGS to use any library with
compatable SHA1_Init(3), SHA1_Update(3) and SHA1_Final(3) functions,
rather than letting configure choose for you.
(That is documented in configure.ac.)
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