UMich code and IPv6

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The University of Michigan has developed a lot of open-source software. For example, PSU makes heavy use of their CoSign and radmind products. Their graphical SFTP client, Fugu is also very popular. Sadly, none of these are IPv6-clean.

As I mentioned previously, I've got patches to make CoSign IPv6-clean. This afternoon I looked at the radmind and Fugu sources, and it looks like they share some low-level networking libraries with CoSign. I suspect I'll be able to easily adapt my CoSign patches for them.

I setup the VMs for my CoSign testing this afternoon. I hope to actually get to testing things later this week.

Perhaps I'll make a blog entry about converting legacy C code to use the new IPv6-capable APIs. It's generally a straightforward conversion.

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