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16 Aug 2010, 10:03
Hans de Graaff (1 post)

I’m currently looking at supporting Kerberos authentication for one of our Rails applications. The book is quite helpful for this, so thanks!

My question is in regard to the gssapi wrapper code that you provide as part of the code examples. While it is great to have this code as an example, I feel more comfortable with a long-term maintained project that provides regular updates and versioned releases, e.g. in the form of a gem or tarball. Do you have any plans in providing this code in this way? Or perhaps it is already provided in this way and I simply don’t know it?

Alternatively, would it be ok to take this code as a starting point for that and make it publicly available?

It’s also not clear to me under what license your code is currently released. There is a clause on the download page and in some of the files. Is this the only license that applies?

19 Dec 2010, 22:07
David Raphael (3 posts)

You can use this code freely. It is definitely not maintained, but you are free to release it as you wish.

Cheers, Dave

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