|Subject:||Re: [Linphone-developers] switching from polarssl to mbedTLS 2|
|Date:||Wed, 9 Dec 2015 18:40:14 +0100|
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yes it is planned to keep support of polarssl and add support for mbedtls.
It shall be soon available for bzrtp.
Bellesip and mediastreamer will follow, probably beginning of next year.
Note that until some patches are integrated to mbdetls, some functionality (DTLS-SRTP) would not be available unless using a custom version of mbedtls just as it is the case with polarssl now.
On 09/12/15 18:11, James Cowgill wrote:
Hi, I was wondering if linphone and its various sub-projects are going to transition form polarssl 1.3 to mbedTLS 2 at some point in the future? I ask because I am going to attempt to transition Debian (and Ubuntu by extension) from polarssl to mbedTLS fairly soon (as soon as mbedTLS gets accepted into the archive) and all the reverse-dependencies will need porting. I have already done some work at porting belle-sip and bzrtp in these branches since these packages are in Debian. You can find my work here: https://github.com/jcowgill/belle-sip/tree/mbedtls https://github.com/jcowgill/bzrtp/tree/mbedtls Note that I've only tested my code on Linux, and those patches will probably be shipped with Debian regardless of what you do (until you do the transition yourself). This guide is useful if you plan on doing any porting work: https://tls.mbed.org/kb/how-to/upgrade-2.0 After the transition is complete I'm also planning to remove polarssl from the archive. This will happen sometime before the next Debian release and probably for the 16.10 release of Ubuntu (although maybe for 16.04 LTS if I'm really fast). Polarssl 1.3 has already been removed from at least Arch and Fedora. Thanks, James
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