deacme is a fork of OpenBSD's acme-client. It's an
ACME client, specifically for Let's
Encrypt, written in C with minimal dependencies
(namely libcurl and openssl).
Warning: this code is currently untested and no stable release is available.
#Notes on fork
The following changes have been made from upstream:
- libressl has been replaced with openssl
- the in-house HTTP implementation has been replaced with libcurl
- libbsd has been removed in favor of POSIX compliance
Optional non-portable sandboxing support for various platforms is written, but
untested and not included by default. If you test them and they work, send me an
email about it.
Sources use the ISC (like OpenBSD) license. See the
LICENSE.md file for details.
The jsmn.c and jsmn.h files use the MIT license.
See https://github.com/zserge/jsmn for
Portions of util-portable.c taken from
musl libc, which uses the MIT license.
Send patches to
and file tickets here.