Re: [Crisp] RFC 5144 up and running

Andrew Newton <andy@hxr.us> Tue, 20 January 2009 12:18 UTC

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Sorry for not responding earlier... I've been ignoring all IETF email  
lately.

On Dec 15, 2008, at 5:39 PM, Patrick Mevzek wrote:

> (Almost) just for fun I've implemented the XPC transport for my
> toolkit Net::DRI, and it will be included in next version (even if  
> not used by
> anything currently).

That's good to know.

> It took only a few hours, however:
> - it is only a preliminary incomplete implementation (no SASL stuff
> and such)

SASL plain should be easy to implement, but I wouldn't blame you for  
avoiding the other SASL stuff as SASL plain over TLS is good for most  
uses.

-andy
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