From: Mikhail Komarov (nemo_at_[hidden])
Date: 2020-02-22 09:31:13
What you are talking about is quite a complex set of protocols (SASL) and it can (and will) be built on top of the suite. But unfortunately for now the suite is not that full-featured.
Okay. I consider such a small of responses as if there was no point in discussing hypothetical library without actual code. Iâill come up with a Boost-ified version hopefully next week and maybe that would bake some discussion.
> On 22 Feb 2020, at 09:00, Kenneth Porter via Boost <boost_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> --On Friday, February 21, 2020 6:21 PM +0300 Mikhail Komarov via Boost <boost_at_[hidden]> wrote:
>> It's been some time since I've started developing so-called clean C++
>> cryptography implementation for my organization's internal purposes. It
>> was intended at first to be a cryptography framework fulfilling special
>> cryptography schemes requirements, but eventually it has evolved into a
>> full-featured suite, actively using and, sometimes, even based on Boost
>> libraries. This turned out to be fine way to serve the Boost (and entire
>> C++) community and to assemble a Boost version of a suite.
> How does it fit in with openssl and SASL? I'd been contemplating dipping my toes into a Windows email client and openssl has a native Visual Studio port but I don't know of one for any SASL libraries. So the available open source email libraries tend to be *nix-oriented and have to be built with a ported *nix toolchain.
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