[Help-gnutls] Re: Still replacing OpenSSL function with GnuTLS
simon at josefsson.org
Wed Jun 17 14:18:41 CEST 2009
Carolin Latze <carolin.latze at unifr.ch> writes:
> Hi Nikos,
>> In general you shouldn't try to map gnutls functions to openssl or vice
>> versa. They both work different and there is no such 1-1 mapping. Just
>> check the gnutls manual to see what kind of server/client you are
>> implementing and try to apply it to your program.
> I totally agree with you, but I am trying to port the FreeRADIUS
> EAP-TLS module to GnuTLS and that would require to implement it again
> from the scratch. As I am unable to do that, I tried to replace the
> OpenSSL calls instead. Meanwhile I also got the impression, that it
> might have been easier to write a complete new module instead... I
> have time until the end of June to get it running. Not sure, I´ll be
> able to do it :)
Replacing calls-by-calls can be a good first step towards making it
work, then when you get something that works, it is only a small matter
of cleaning up the code. ;)
Using GnuTLS in more EAP environments would be good, it has seen too
little testing there.
Anyway, good luck.
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