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Re: Requesting Version Info for GSASL

From: Mac-Fly via curl-library <>
Date: Sat, 03 Apr 2021 06:17:47 +0200

I've compiled a patch that should implement what I am requesting an attached this to this email. If As I don't know if textual patches are allowed in the list I'll also open an issue on GitHub.

Thanks for consideration, the reason I wrote in the other mail which was unfortunately a reply to the digets and not this message. :-)

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Date: Fri, 2 Apr 2021 13:40:37 -0400
From: Ray Satiro <>
Subject: Re: Requesting Version Info for GSASL
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On 4/2/2021 3:44 AM, Mac-Fly via curl-library wrote:
> I don't know to reply properly to this list, so this is a reply to: Ray Satiro
>> There is features flag CURL_VERSION_GSASL [1]. The gsasl version
>> should be in the version information but the version number is not
>> available separately. What does curl_version() show?
> For me, on Windows, it doesn't show this flag, that why I was asking. Although I have to link against GSASL library now. So there definitely seems a dependency, which I want to transparently show in my applications using the lib.
> In gsasl.h, there is this line:
> #define GSASL_VERSION "1.10.0"
> ...which could be exposed to the curl version struct (curl_version_info_data) and wrapped inside
> #ifdef USE_GSASL
> ...just as it is the case for the other version information stuff like NGHTTP2 in the file version.c.
> Could be that I don't understand how to use it properly, but this seem missing from my (maybe limited) understanding.

To reply to the list you should reply to which
it seems you did.

If libcurl was built with GSASL then that flag should be present and the
GSASL version should show in the dependency version string. Check

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