libtls for TLS in newLISP

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Kirill
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libtls for TLS in newLISP

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Hi, all

HTTPS (and other TLS variants) is becoming more and more common. I'm seeing this as a certain pain for myself on client side (as server side is more easily solvable) (not a huge pain, I can easily use other tool in that case, but newLISP would be nice).

The LibreSSL projects provides a library called libtls, which seem to have a very clean interface for adding TLS support both for clients and servers: https://man.openbsd.org/tls_init.3 So I am wondering if this could be a relatively simple way to let newLISP talk TLS? The interface looks clean enough, at least.

Happy Easter!

Kirill

rickyboy
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Re: libtls for TLS in newLISP

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Kirill wrote:Happy Easter!
With a name like Kirill, surely you know that Easter (Pascha) is really next week. ;) Христос воскресе!
(λx. x x) (λx. x x)

Kirill
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Re: libtls for TLS in newLISP

Post by Kirill »

rickyboy wrote:
Kirill wrote:Happy Easter!
With a name like Kirill, surely you know that Easter (Pascha) is really next week. ;) Христос воскресе!
Indeed - I'll be celebrating a week later :)

vetelko
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Re: libtls for TLS in newLISP

Post by vetelko »

Joining this thread to support Kirill's prayers :) https et al. is everywhere now.
newLISP v.10.7.4 64-bit on OpenBSD IPv4/6 UTF-8 libffi

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