On 17/02/17 22:59, Emmanuel Deloget wrote:
> I'm not targetting 2.4 -- my work is done on the current master. Adding
> hundreds of lines to the current 2.4 for the purpose of supporting a library
> which is not yet present on the user systems does not make much sense :)

Currently, master and release/2.4 are fairly close ... so it shouldn't
be too hard to cherry-pick stuff from master (which we usually prefer to

With that said ... I know Fedora have OpenSSL v1.1 support on their wish
list for for OpenVPN [1] and I believe Arch Linux guys have also been
asking about this too.  So the more leading edge distros are moving
towards OpenSSL v1.1 as fast as possible

[1] <https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1391544>

Fedora is considering (and have builds ready) to temporarily switch to
mbed TLS, despite not being as feature rich as OpenSSL ... just to avoid
holding anything back.

kind regards,

David Sommerseth
OpenVPN Technologies, Inc

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