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Lasso is a free software C library aiming to implement the Liberty Alliance standards; Lasso defines processes for federated identiti
Lasso is a free software C library aiming to implement the Liberty Alliance standards; Lasso defines processes for federated identities, single sign-on and related protocols.
Lasso is built on top of libxml2, XMLSec and OpenSSL and is licensed under the GNU General Public License (with an OpenSSL exception).
We strongly recommend the use of the GNU General Public License each time it is possible. But for proprietary projects, that wouldn't want to use it, we designed a commercial license.
Lasso first focused on implementing the Liberty Alliance ID-FF 1.2 protocols. Work is now underway to provide backward compatibility with ID-FF 1.1 implementations and to implement support for ID-WSF 1.0.
SWIG is used to provide high-level bindings for other languages. Currently tested and distributed bindings are Python, Perl, Java and PHP as well as preliminary .NET assemblies (for C# and the .NET runtime environment).
It is primarly developed on GNU/Linux and works on many UNIX environments (including Apple MacOS X) and on Microsoft Windows.
What's New in This Release:
Support for SWIG 1.3.28 was fixed.
A win3 build issue was fixed along with the documentation.
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