Re: ADMIN: Foreign Languages on the list

From: George Greer (
Date: 06/12/01

On Mon, 11 Jun 2001, Peter Ajamian wrote:

>Okay, the "material" I was referring to earlier has to do with TELNET,
>not as much with languages, so please excuse me if I gave anyone that
>impression.  Anyways, the best implementation of a "true" TELNET server
>(imho) would be one that is modeled after and conforms to RFC1143.  This
>document does a fairly good job of clarifying the TELNET protocol as it
>is presented in RFC854 and even gives what amounts to almost step-by-step
>instructions to implementing it properly.

If I do OpenSSL and Zlib support I'll have to make it conform somewhat
better to Telnet's specification.  I almost did it yesterday but Physics
homework stopped that idea.  That and I couldn't find any useful API for
OpenSSL after some digging.  Will need to look more before starting that.

Zlib is (was) easy to do. I only faked IAC support in that patch though.

George Greer

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