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Subject: Re: client-side only vs. libssh?
Re: client-side only vs. libssh?
From: Daniel Stenberg <daniel_at_haxx.se>
Date: Sat, 23 Jan 2010 09:00:35 +0100 (CET)
On Sat, 23 Jan 2010, Aris Adamantiadis wrote:
> While you are at it, I am thinking about that "libssh2 vs libssh" page 
I'm happy to correct all flaws and errors existing there. I've been open about
> -"not threadsafe": libssh is as much threadsafe as libssh2, in the sense that
I based that on comments in your mails/documentation. I'll update.
> -"Some limitations on >4gb files": Not any that I am aware of. Could you
First, the page says it compares against libssh 0.3 so details in 0.4 would of
> -"Optional libgcrypt support": there is full libgcrypt support in libssh
Updated. Your site is entirely different compared to when I checked this. I
> -Speed claims: Please don't be ridiculous. No competent network developer
I did my tests and I presented what I did and I showed the results. Again,
I guess that makes me "no competent network developer".
> I am saying that it's ridiculous to make precise speed claims out of that
They were not "precise" and all tests done by me will be biased.
> I do not discuss the license of libssh and the blocking issues. These are
Are you considering to change the license?
> I think a bit of competition in opensource is fair and leads to innovation
In this particular case, I'm far from convinced that this competition is good.
Thanks for all the corrections and clarifications!
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