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Comments/questions on library interface
Mon Dec 4 15:08:12 1989
Date: Tue, 21 Nov 89 15:34:37 -0500
From: John T Kohl <jtkohl@ATHENA.MIT.EDU>
In-Reply-To: Bill Sommerfeld's message of Tue, 21 Nov 89 14:16:27 EST,
Subject: Re: Comments/questions on library interface.
> Date: Tue, 21 Nov 89 14:16:27 EST
> From: sommerfeld@APOLLO.COM (Bill Sommerfeld)
> What's wrong with "krb_"?
I've actually started using krb5, which sounds better, and avoids
conflicts with v4 stuff.
> > I would suggest using an "encryption object" containing a key and
> > pointers to encrypt/decrypt functions
> I like this idea; it makes things like keeping a key schedule around
> much easier.
> On second thought, it should be "a key, a pointer to a vector of
> encrypt/decrypt functions, and whatever other stuff is needed"; the
> vector can be shared and read-only like a C++ virtual function table..
Look around (in your spare time :-) at stuff in
/mit/kerberos/v5src/include/*.h; this is where I'm starting to play with
> One other question: is there any schedule for implementing all this
> at Athena?
We are planning to spring some watchmakers on it in January; I don't
know how far we'll get by the end.
Enjoy the weekend!