Kris Kennaway <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> On Sun, Jul 29, 2001 at 02:06:58AM -0700, Dima Dorfman wrote:
> > I've imported the libmp-in-terms-of-OpenSSL library and connected it
> > to the build.  I've also disconnected libgmp and friends from the
> > build, but have not `cvs rm`'d it yet.  Assuming no problems turn up,
> > I plan to do that in two or three days.  The only program that use
> > libmp that I haven't been able to test is the Kerberized telnet, but
> > since it's the same code as the other telnets, there shouldn't be any
> > problems.
> When Mark and I talked about this a few months ago, we concluded that
> we'd have to first break out the (self-contained) bignum lib [...]

BIGNUM isn't self-contained.  It needs the ERR_* subsystem, as well as
(I think) the BIO subsystem.  I tried creating a libbignum by only
compiling stuff from openssl/bn, and it didn't work very well.  If you
can get it to work, so much the better.  That said, right now
everything that uses libmp could be considered `crypto' code, anyway,
so it may just be better to classify it as such as not install it in
the NO_CRYPTO case (is there such a knob, anyway?).

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