glib-networking 2.29.15

About glib-networking

glib-networking contains the implementations of certain GLib
networking features that cannot be implemented directly in GLib itself
because of their dependencies.

Currently it contains a GNUTLS-based implementation of GTlsBackend, a
libproxy-based implementation of GProxyResolver, and a GNOME
GProxyResolver that uses the proxy information from the GSettings
schemas in gsettings-desktop-schemas.


  * gnutls: implement GTlsDatabase (Stef Walter, #636572)

  * gnutls: override minimum key length, to allow connecting to HTTP
    servers with very small keys (eg, on some embedded devices). (Dan
    Winship, #652284).

  * gnutls: use %COMPAT mode, which makes GNUTLS behave more like
    OpenSSL/NSS/Windows in a few ways, making it work with certain
    broken HTTP servers. (Dan Winship, part of #581342)

  * gnutls: fixed a crash when passed a NULL GError (Dan Winship)

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  sha256sum: aebb3129da9158260427059b260d0059ea1a80ce81c77ce7eb933599849c78ad (349K)
  sha256sum: 89a2525b19e93647d5df38e4fbc69c90b23f2c1a0d685c10752f1ec8ee04fb59

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