RE: RE: ssl static libs for windows.
Date: Mon, 27 Jan 2003 22:30:06 +0200
so maybe, since I'm illiterate to perl, you can help me out on that.
The first thing to do on a window platform, according to openssl install
file is to
perl Configure VC-WIN32
I get -
Can't open perl script "Configure": No such file or directory
although I run it from the same dir. I added it to the path, not that is
>Date: Mon, 27 Jan 2003 18:23:32 +0200
>From: Shlomit Lisser <shlomit_at_gosms.com>
>Subject: RE: RE: ssl static libs for windows.
>Yes, I already tried to make those static libs myself, I'm having a lot of
>the scripts supplied by openssl. I do have perl, ( version 4) DO I need to
>any how the sources of openssl are not coming with a clear context
>information so I'm
>not sure hoe to make the workspace for each library. The Win32/Mingw32
>that you have mentioned - is it a free and user friendly?
>I might change into it
>The download for the Windows openSSL files contains only the .dll files;
>it doesn't include the .libs.
>The Win32/Mingw32 devel edition of curl has static and dynamic minGW link
>libraries (.a files actually) for libcurl (which in turn links to libssl).
>If you're looking for MSVC .lib files, you'll need to make your own, as
>no-one on this list has contributed such a beast. I'm sure Daniel would be
>willing to post them for others' use, if you're willing to make them.
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Received on 2003-01-27