[openssl-users] [ANN] M2Crypto 0.29.0 ... now supporting Windows
mcepl at cepl.eu
Fri Feb 23 21:04:27 UTC 2018
just on the heels of 0.28.* with Python 3 compatibility with
0.29.0 resolving another heavy problem. This time we have renewed
compatibility with Windows (all tests pass on Win32 and Win64 on
all supported combinations of versions of OpenSSL and Python).
The problem I have and I would like to input especially from
those of you who might be interested in the Windows builds is
which kind of package we want. Appveyor CI (which we use for
testing) gives us in https://ci.appveyor.com/project/mcepl/m2cryp
to-6gp50/build/1.0.52 as artifacts binary wheels, Windows
executable installers, and MSI files. Which one of them is the
most desired by Python developers on Windows? Where do you expect
such binary packages to be found? PyPI, Chocolatey, somewhere
Also, reminder, that we have special email list for development
of M2Crypto. Its web page is http://redcrew.org/mailman/listinfo/
m2crypto and it is mailman with the posting address
m2crypto at lists.redcrew.org so all email commands work.
All complaints, support requests, and bug reports are welcome in
the email list or on the issue tracker
Happy security hacking!
https://matej.ceplovi.cz/blog/, Jabber: mcepl at ceplovi.cz
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Because dwm is customized through editing its source code, it’s
pointless to make binary packages of it. This keeps its userbase
small and elitist. No novices asking stupid questions.
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