I haven't hear any direct quotes but the coolkey folks may be interested as well.
I agree, but not sure a new project is warranted. A subbranch of the nss codebase perhaps? No need to fragment the community just because a new architecture comes into play.
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On Aug 25, 2010 4:39 PM, "msm Li" <mlimsm1@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi, all,
> I am writing this to you to propose a new and separate project to port
> Mozilla NSS/JSS to smart phone platform, currently target at Andorid and
> The "new" means that I am not aware of such project exists.
> The "separate" means that it's separated from the fennec project which
> is to port FireFox web browser to smart phone platform.
> First thing first, does Mozilla have such plan to port NSS/JSS to smart
> platform ?
> The goal here is that take the source code archive, like
> and jss-4.3.1.tar.bz2, type "make android" or "make iphone", you can build
> for android or iphone.
> Secondly, has anyone outside of Mozilla already started such project ?
> Third, please voice your opinions regarding this matter.
> I've intentionally attach other related email discussions below to give more
> Thanks and regards.
> On Wed, Aug 25, 2010 at 1:09 PM, Aaron Lippold <lippold@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> Been crashing on a few things but hope to get to this as soon as I can.
>> I am very very interested in keeping this going.
>> The other part of this that we will have to work is getting the
>> certificate manager and access to the right certificate stores without
>> having to have a root;'d device.
>> just have to rebuild it.
>> The folks at the Seek Project:
>> Have an app for managing the certs on hard tokens so perhaps they
>> would be interested in expanding that or integrating with the Mozilla
>> cert manager. Either way, it is a group with similar interests.
>> Has anyone looked the bluetooth stack with all this? i.e. securing the
>> DUN using the certs that are in the Mozilla store etc.
>> On Tue, Aug 24, 2010 at 10:05 PM, msm Li <mlimsm1@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> > Hi, Scott,
>> > Last week, I managed to build nss/jss at android, but when I ran it
>> > at android emulator, I got "ReferenceTable overflow (max=512)", then
>> > I sent an email, subject "ReferenceTable overflow (max=512)", to 4
>> > android-ndk, android-porting, dev-tech-crypto@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx and
>> > fennec-android-pre-alpha@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx(this groip).
>> > I wish that someone can point me a direction how to solve the problem.
>> > I wish I am not the first one encountered this problem or I did something
>> > wrong.
>> > Aaron Lippold <lippold@xxxxxxxxx> has replied to this group and
>> > asked "Can you attach your build process and packages."
>> > I decided to post my building steps to this group, so other people
>> > can reproduce the problem or find where I did wrong.
>> > So far I have not received any response of solving the problem.
>> > I am not an expert of NSS/JSS, I wish that experts of NSS/JSS
>> > in this group or other group can help me to solve this problem.
>> > By the way, my VM ubuntu 10.04 file got corrupted, I can not start
>> > my building box. I've created another VM ubuntu 10.04,
>> > I followed the building steps, I still got
>> > the same error "ReferenceTable overflow (max=512)".
>> > Hopefully I answered your question.
>> > Best regards.
>> > mli
>> > On Tue, Aug 24, 2010 at 4:56 PM, Scott Steinhart <shim0169@xxxxxxxxx>
>> >> If you dony mind me asking, to whom is this message directed?
>> >> On Aug 24, 2010 4:51 PM, "msm Li" <mlimsm1@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> >> Building Steps of NSS/JSS at Android Platform
>> >> Table of Contents :
>> >> A. Download development tools
>> >> B. Set up building environment
>> >> C. Download nss/jss source code
>> >> D. Apply patches
>> >> E. Build nss
>> >> F. Build jss
>> >> G. Misc
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