Calls to internal functions from client plugins
jaltman at secure-endpoints.com
Mon Oct 2 20:57:25 EDT 2006
Sam Hartman wrote:
>>>>>> "Kevin" == Kevin Coffman <kwc at citi.umich.edu> writes:
> Kevin> I've successfully used Nalin's plugin code (w/o use of
> Kevin> k5-int.h in our plugin) for both client and KDC. (not all
> Kevin> functionality there yet)
> Kevin> My next step is to try pulling our pkinit-specific asn.1
> Kevin> stuff out of libkrb5 and putting it in the plug-in code,
> Kevin> using only the exported asn1 functionality from libkrb5.
> Kevin> Does this sound reasonable? Necessary?
> It's certainly not necessary. Provided that it does not call into
> openssl you can leave it there and define your symbols in k5-int.h. I
> doubt it is actually possible without huge code duplication.
The OpenSSL developers would be willing to accept Kerberos 5 ASN.1 into
their ASN.1 library.
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