Public domain source in wine

Alexandre Julliard julliard at
Thu Nov 4 13:07:19 CST 2004

Michael Jung <mjung at> writes:

> 2. A more technical question: LibTomCrypt's original sources are highly 
> customizable (A lot of conditional compilation and hook-functions). Since we 
> have fairly special requirements for rsaenh, I could cut down the source code 
> a lot. However, this would make it harder to incorporate code from a newer 
> version of libtomcrypt, once it becomes available. Which way is preferable? 
> Having less code or beeing easily upgradeable?

In general having less code is preferable, assuming it's not just a
few percent less. In particular getting rid of #ifdefs is strongly

Alexandre Julliard
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