need help adding GnuTLS support to Emacs
simon at josefsson.org
Sat Aug 14 01:53:02 CEST 2010
Ted Zlatanov <tzz at lifelogs.com> writes:
> On Mon, 9 Aug 2010 08:51:27 +0200 Andreas Metzler <ametzler at downhill.at.eu.org> wrote:
> AM> I am pretty sure this wrong. You should simply use "#include
> AM> <gnutls/gnutls.h>" instead of "#include <gnutls.h>". That is what
> AM> gnutls/doc/examples/* is doing.
> Thanks for your advice. Attached is a revised version of the patch,
> rebased against today's Emacs.
It reminds me of the fun I had with similar ideas some time ago... see
> +DEFUN ("gnutls-global-init", Fgnutls_global_init,
Do you really want to expose this function to elisp? It is
thread-unsafe. It makes more sense if Emacs initialized the GnuTLS
library on startup instead.
> +DEFUN ("gnutls-protocol-set-priority", Fgnutls_protocol_set_priority,
> +DEFUN ("gnutls-cipher-set-priority", Fgnutls_cipher_set_priority,
> +DEFUN ("gnutls-compression-set-priority", Fgnutls_compression_set_priority,
Don't expose these deprecated APIs, instead just expose a
gnutls-set-priority interface that takes a priority string. It should
be possible to specify all protocol/cipher/compression/MAC/etc variants
using one simple string.
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