> Yes. It would make most sense to use OpenSSL for most applications. > I thought about the other direction only because in one of my > applications there is a download size restraint and the OpenSSL > libraries are fairly large. > > Given the sizes of the DLLs, I can imagine there is a huge amount > of code in OpenSSL. But I suppose a good portion of the code is > some legacy code that is not used most of the time. Then I don't > know it enough to tell how big that portion is.
SSL has a lot of options and crypto methods. You have all into the DDL whatever you use. Anyway, when you write a client, that client has to be prepared to support whatever options the server has selected, so you need all if you have to run in any environment. Altough I don't really know, I don't thing there is a lot of legacy code which is not really used. -- [EMAIL PROTECTED] The author of the freeware multi-tier middleware MidWare The author of the freeware Internet Component Suite (ICS) http://www.overbyte.be -- To unsubscribe or change your settings for TWSocket mailing list please goto http://lists.elists.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/twsocket Visit our website at http://www.overbyte.be