[gnutls-dev] Re: gnutls 1.0.23

Simon Josefsson jas at extundo.com
Sun Nov 14 18:42:39 CET 2004

This is a repost because a disk was full on lists.gnupg.org.
Incidentally, I removed the GnuTLS mirror on that machine to make the
disk less full, in case you have problems getting the file from the
ftp.gnupg.org mirror.  I'm not sure the original post will arrive, but
in case it doesn't, here is the original post again:

GnuTLS 1.0.23 is released!

GnuTLS is an implementation of the Transport Layer Security (TLS)
protocol.  GnuTLS is used to authenticate and protect data sent over
insecure networks.  TLS is used to protect common Internet protocols,
such as HTTP and SMTP.

GnuTLS is written in C to be portable to embedded and otherwise
limited platforms.

The core library is licensed under the GNU Lesser General Public
License.  The "extra" library (containing the OpenPGP support and the
OpenSSL compatibility layer), command-line tools, self-tests and
examples are licensed under the GNU General Public License.

The project page of the library is available at:

Here are the compressed sources:
  ftp://ftp.gnutls.org/pub/gnutls/devel/gnutls-1.0.23.tar.gz (1.6MB)
  http://josefsson.org/gnutls/releases/gnutls-1.0.23.tar.gz (1.6MB)

Here are GPG detached signatures using key 0xB565716F:

Here are the build reports for various platforms:

Here are the MD5/SHA1 checksums:

949a2c86fec16216213a4582ef6a5d71  gnutls-1.0.23.tar.gz
fb7222bf1610e3af5410def2beb34e00  gnutls-1.0.23.tar.gz.sig
4fa06b07263ba8fb5fe31482374629d20c2e4aa6 gnutls-1.0.23.tar.gz
0ec7ba426f16c15d2d5ec50aadb4afe94556337e gnutls-1.0.23.tar.gz.sig

Noteworthy changes since the last release:

- Replace GNU LD version script with Libtool -export-symbols-regex,
  from Joe Orton <joe at manyfish.co.uk>.
- Copy libtasn1 has been updated to version 0.2.11.
- Corrected the write of CRL distribution points.
- It is now possible to generate PKCS#12 structures without private
  keys using "certtool --to-p12", suggested by Fabian Fagerholm
  <fabbe at paniq.net>.

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