cryptlib runs on virtually all generally-used operating system platforms, including embedded OSes and RTOSes, however there are a small number of relatively rare OS’s that it hasn’t yet been ported to, generally because they’re non-mainstream enough that access to a development system is difficult. cryptlib has been designed for easy portability to any OS, targeting new systems hasn’t proven much of a problem in the past.
Since cryptlib is open source software, you’re welcome to take the code and port it to any specialised OS that you require it to run on. The cryptlib developers can offer assistance where possible. Anyone requiring a port is strongly encouraged to contact the developers, since past experience has shown that this leads to a significant reduction in effort in performing the port (a
typical example was several months vs. 2 days to get it running on a particular mainframe environment).
Last Updated on Tuesday, June 9, 2015 by Webmaster