On Feb 25, 2009, at 1:42 AM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
The -compat code is LGPL. I'm considering copying the ciphersuite handling and a few other pieces out of there, directly into our tree. There's a lot of other baggage in the compat library we don't need, and there's some OpenSSL emulation that would interfere with the NSS code we already have. Any problem with excerpting the bits we need?
I would need to take a very careful look at this. In general, the answer is "NO", don't bring in LGPL code into our primary code base (standalone LGPL in contrib is another matter).