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   OpenSSL STATUS                           Last modified at
 
   OpenSSL STATUS                           Last modified at
-  ______________                           $Date: 1999/08/08 12:51:19 $
+  ______________                           $Date: 2000/09/21 10:27:35 $
 
   DEVELOPMENT STATE
 
 
   DEVELOPMENT STATE
 
-    o  OpenSSL 0.9.4:  In preparation for release!
-                       Proposed code freeze:  August, 2nd 1999
-                       Proposed release date: August, 9th 1999
-                       Tarball Rolling is proposed to be done
-                       by Ralf on dev.openssl.org at 1999-08-09, 14:00 CET
-       At least three OpenSSL developers should give their +1 vote
-       for OpenSSL 0.9.4 before the tarball should be actually rolled:
-           Votes: Ralf +1
-                  Bodo +1 (also tested Mingw32)
-                  Steve +1 (also tested VC-WIN32, linux-elf)
-
+    o  OpenSSL 0.9.6:  Under development (in release cycle)...
+                       Proposed release date September 24, 2000
+                       0.9.6-beta1 is available:
+                       OpenBSD-x86 2.7                 - failed
+                               ftime not supported [FIXED]
+                       hpux-parisc-cc 10.20            - passed
+                       hpux-parisc-gcc 10.20           - passed
+                       hpux-parisc-gcc 11.00           - passed
+                       hpux-gcc                        - passed
+                       hpux-brokengcc                  - failed
+                               BN_sqr fails in test
+                       linux-elf                       - passed
+                       linux-sparcv7                   - passed
+                       linux-ppc                       - passed
+                       Solaris [engine]                - failed
+                               speed cswift gives odd errors [FIXED]
+                       solaris-sparcv8-gcc             - passed
+                       solaris-sparcv9-gcc             - passed
+                       solaris-sparcv9-cc              - passed
+                       solaris64-sparcv9-cc            - passed
+                       sco5-gcc                        - passed
+                       sco5-cc                         - passed
+                       FreeBSD                         - passed
+                       Win32 VC++                      - failed
+                               PCURSORINFO not defined unless Win2000 [FIXED]
+                               RAND_poll() problem on Win2000 [FIXED]
+                               DSO method always DSO_METHOD_null [FIXED]
+                       CygWin32                        - test failed
+                       MingW32                         - failed
+                               thelp32.h
+                       aix-gcc (AIX 4.3.2)             - passed
+                       VMS/Alpha                       - failed
+                               Some things were missing [FIXED]
+                       0.9.6-beta2 is available:
+                       linux/openbsd (all platforms?)          - mod_exp bug
+                       sunos-gcc                               - passed
+                       aix-gcc                                 - passed
+                       Win32 w/ VC6 or Mingw32                 - failed
+                               RAND_poll(), a few uninitialised vars [FIXED]
+                               RAND_poll() should used LoadLibrary instead of
+                                       GetModuleHandle [FIXED]
+                               Major compilation problem with VC6 on NT.
+                                       [FIXED]
+                               Mingw32 says "175: parse error before `DWORD'"
+                                       [FIXED?]
+                       Win32 w/ CygWin                         - success?
+                       VMS/Alpha 7.1 (CPQ C 5.6-003, TCP/IP 5.0) - success
+                               Just a small warning in dso_vms.c [FIXED]
+                       VMS/Alpha 7.2-1 (CPQ 5.6-003, TCP/IP 5.0A) - success
+                       VMS/VAX 7.2-1 (CPQ 5.2-003, TCP/IP 5.0) - success
+                       hpux-parisc-cc (HP-UX B.11.00)          - success
+                       hpux-parisc2-cc (11.00)                 - success
+                       hpux64-parisc2-cc (11.00)               - success
+                       hpux-parisc1_1-cc (11.00)               - success
+                       hpux-parisc-cc (10.20 w/ -ldld)         - success
+                       hpux-parisc-gcc (10.20 w/ -ldld)        - success
+                       hpux-parisc-cc [engine] (10.20 w/ -ldld)- success
+                       hpux-parisc-gcc [endine] (10.20 w/ -ldld)- success
+                               All hpux 10.20 targets succeeded provided -ldl
+                                       has been changed to -ldld.
+                       solaris-sparcv9-gcc (2.6/ultra5)        - success
+                       [ solaris-sparcv9-cc (SunOS 5.7 SC3.0)  - failed      ]
+                       [       Complaints about a number of -x parameters to ]
+                       [               the compiler and failed to compile an ]
+                       [               assembler file.  Maybe a too old      ]
+                       [               compiler? (Yes, apparently:)          ]
+                       solaris-sparcv9-cc (SunOS 5.6 SC4.2)    - success
+                       FreeBSD (2.2.5-RELEASE)                 - success
+                       alpha-cc [engine] (OSF1 5.0A)           - success
+                       irix-mips3-cc [engine] (Irix 6.2)       - success
+                               One has to do the same as for OpenBSD in
+                                       speed.c [FIXED]
+                       aix-cc (3.2.5, cc 1.3.0.44)             - success
+                       aix-gcc (3.2.5, gcc 2.8.1)              - success
+                               Both first failed to compiled due to ftime().
+                                       [FIXED]
+                       alpha-cc (V4.0E)                        - success
+                       alpha-gcc (V4.0E, gcc 2.8.1)            - success
+                       ultrix-cc (V4.5)                        - success
+                       ultrix-gcc (V4.5, gcc 2.8.1)            - success
+                       0.9.6-beta3 is available:
+    o  OpenSSL 0.9.5a: Released on April     1st, 2000
+    o  OpenSSL 0.9.5:  Released on February 28th, 2000
+    o  OpenSSL 0.9.4:  Released on August   09th, 1999
     o  OpenSSL 0.9.3a: Released on May      29th, 1999
     o  OpenSSL 0.9.3:  Released on May      25th, 1999
     o  OpenSSL 0.9.2b: Released on March    22th, 1999
     o  OpenSSL 0.9.3a: Released on May      29th, 1999
     o  OpenSSL 0.9.3:  Released on May      25th, 1999
     o  OpenSSL 0.9.2b: Released on March    22th, 1999
 
   AVAILABLE PATCHES
 
 
   AVAILABLE PATCHES
 
-    o OCSP (titchenert@certco.com) 
-    o getenv in ca.c and x509_def.c (jaltman@watsun.cc.columbia.edu)
+    o CA.pl patch (Damien Miller)
 
   IN PROGRESS
 
     o Steve is currently working on (in no particular order):
 
   IN PROGRESS
 
     o Steve is currently working on (in no particular order):
+        ASN1 code redesign, butchery, replacement.
+        EVP cipher enhancement.
         Proper (or at least usable) certificate chain verification.
        Private key, certificate and CRL API and implementation.
         Proper (or at least usable) certificate chain verification.
        Private key, certificate and CRL API and implementation.
-       Checking and bugfixing PKCS#7 (S/MIME code).
-
-    o Mark is currently working on:
-        Folding in any changes that are in the C2Net code base that were
-        not in the original SSLeay-0.9.1.b release.  Plus other minor
-        tidying.
-
-    o Ralf is currently working on:
-        1. Support for SSL_set_default_verify_paths(),
-           SSL_load_verify_locations(), SSL_get_cert_store() and
-           SSL_set_cert_store() functions which work like their existing
-           SSL_CTX_xxx() variants but on a per connection basis. That's needed
-           to let us provide full-featured per-URL client verification in
-           mod_ssl or Apache-SSL.
-           => It still dumps core, so I suspend this and investigate
-              again for OpenSSL 0.9.3.
-        2. The perl/ stuff to make it really work the first time ;-)
-           => I'll investigate a few more hours for OpenSSL 0.9.2
-        3. The new documentation set in POD format under doc/
-           => I'll investigate a few more hours for OpenSSL 0.9.2
-        4. More cleanups to get rid of obsolete/old/ugly files in the
-           source tree which are not really needed.
-           => Done all which were possible with my personal knowledge
-
-    o Ben is currently working on:
-       1. Function Prototype Thought Police issues.
-       2. Integrated documentation.
-       3. New TLS Ciphersuites.
-       4. Anything else that takes his fancy.
+       Developing and bugfixing PKCS#7 (S/MIME code).
+        Various X509 issues: character sets, certificate request extensions.
+    o Geoff and Richard are currently working on:
+       ENGINE (the new code that gives hardware support among others).
+    o Richard is currently working on:
+       UTIL (a new set of library functions to support some higher level
+             functionality that is currently missing).
+       Dynamic thread-lock support.
+       Shared library support for VMS.
 
   NEEDS PATCH
 
 
   NEEDS PATCH
 
-    o  salzr@certco.com (Rich Salz): Bug in X509_name_print
-       <29E0A6D39ABED111A36000A0C99609CA2C2BA4@macertco-srv1.ma.certco.com>
+    o  non-blocking socket on AIX
     o  $(PERL) in */Makefile.ssl
     o  "Sign the certificate?" - "n" creates empty certificate file
 
     o  $(PERL) in */Makefile.ssl
     o  "Sign the certificate?" - "n" creates empty certificate file
 
                compiler PIC and linker DSO flags from Apache
                into the OpenSSL Configure script.
 
                compiler PIC and linker DSO flags from Apache
                into the OpenSSL Configure script.
 
+               Ulf: +1 for using GNU autoconf and libtool (but not automake,
+                    which apparently is not flexible enough to generate
+                    libcrypto)
+
+
     o  The perl/ stuff needs a major overhaul. Currently it's
        totally obsolete. Either we clean it up and enhance it to be up-to-date
        with the C code or we also could replace it with the really nice
     o  The perl/ stuff needs a major overhaul. Currently it's
        totally obsolete. Either we clean it up and enhance it to be up-to-date
        with the C code or we also could replace it with the really nice
                to date.
                Paul +1
 
                to date.
                Paul +1
 
-    o The EVP and ASN1 stuff is a mess. Currently you have one EVP_CIPHER
-      structure for each cipher. This may make sense for things like DES but
-      for variable length ciphers like RC2 and RC4 it is NBG. Need a way to
-      use the EVP interface and set up the cipher parameters. The ASN1 stuff
-      is also foo wrt ciphers whose AlgorithmIdentifier has more than just
-      an IV in it (e.g. RC2, RC5). This also means that EVP_Seal and EVP_Open
-      don't work unless the key length matches the fixed value (some vendors
-      use a key length decided by the size of the RSA encrypted key and expect
-      RC2 to adapt).
-
-    o Properly initialize the PRNG in the absence of /dev/random.
-
-    o ERR_error_string(..., buf) does not know how large buf is,
-      there should be ERR_error_string_n(..., buf, bufsize)
-      or similar.
-
   WISHES
 
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   WISHES
 
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