./security/lua-ossl, Comprehensive OpenSSL module for Lua

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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 20200709, Package name: lua53-ossl-20200709, Maintainer: pkgsrc-users

A comprehensive OpenSSL module for Lua.

It includes support for certificate and key management, key generation,
signature verification, and deep bindings to the distinguished name,
alternative name, and X.509v3 extension interfaces.

It also binds OpenSSL's bignum, message digest, HMAC, cipher, and CSPRNG
interfaces. The end goal is to bind almost everything that OpenSSL supports,
but no more. It's intended as a low-level interface.

Basic bindings to OpenSSL's SSL* session and SSL_CTX* prototype objects are
available, but they cannot yet be used standalone to do SSL I/O. cqueues
supports SSL/TLS sockets internally, accepts an SSL_CTX* object from Lua
code for session configuration, and exports an SSL* object to Lua for session
introspection.


Required to run:
[security/openssl] [lang/lua53]

Required to build:
[pkgtools/cwrappers]

Master sites:

SHA1: f967f640869f863a421886bf8d9e2625e72302f3
RMD160: 0a396bc54983f028018f0726b51a35ff0669b6ab
Filesize: 344.688 KB

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   2020-07-11 17:18:24 by Nia Alarie | Files touched by this commit (2)
Log message:
lua-ossl: Don't try to include sys/epoll.h on SunOS
   2020-07-10 11:12:51 by Nia Alarie | Files touched by this commit (3) | Package updated
Log message:
lua-ossl: Update to 20200709

* fix loading from DER files when type set to any
* fix lifetime of certificates from <2000
* updates for Lua 5.4
   2020-07-08 14:41:12 by Nia Alarie | Files touched by this commit (4)
Log message:
security: Add lua-ossl

A comprehensive OpenSSL module for Lua.

It includes support for certificate and key management, key generation,
signature verification, and deep bindings to the distinguished name,
alternative name, and X.509v3 extension interfaces.

It also binds OpenSSL's bignum, message digest, HMAC, cipher, and CSPRNG
interfaces. The end goal is to bind almost everything that OpenSSL supports,
but no more. It's intended as a low-level interface.

Basic bindings to OpenSSL's SSL* session and SSL_CTX* prototype objects are
available, but they cannot yet be used standalone to do SSL I/O. cqueues
supports SSL/TLS sockets internally, accepts an SSL_CTX* object from Lua
code for session configuration, and exports an SSL* object to Lua for session
introspection.