[REBOL] Re: https
From: chris:double:tab at: 16-Jan-2001 8:35
If you want to use OpenSSL with /Command I've done OpenSSL wrappers for a few
other languages. The source code is available and it might help with your
efforts to implement. It's actually pretty easy to do. See:
Subject: [REBOL] Re: https
Date: 16/01/01 05:55
On Mon, 15 Jan 2001 11:33:03 +0100
Nenad Rakocevic <[dockimbel--free--fr]> wrote:
> > I need to parse out some data from a https page. Is
> > going to be supported in Core?
> > --
> > Graham Chiu
> Niet !
> RT answer is that a SSL support will raise /Core size to
> almost 1Mo and they
> want to keep it small in size, which is a good point of
> view IMHO.
> I see 2 way of adding SSL (and https) support to Rebol :
> - with /Command, you can make a wrapper for a SSL
> package, such as OpenSSL.
> - with /Core, you can use a SSL proxy such as sTunnel.
> Rebol <====> SSL Proxy <====> Web site
> http https
thanks, I'll look at it.