[openssl-users] Windows Compile Fails

Sergio NNX sfhacker at hotmail.com
Fri Jun 19 23:44:35 UTC 2015

> I'm new to building OpenSSL with Windows. I'm trying to build OpenSSL
> 1.0.2c for Windows, but get a linking error

> My goal is to obtain a static library(ies) and associated header files
> that I can use to compile my application that uses OpenSSL on Windows.
> Where can I obtain these pre-built binaries?

> What is the magic incantation to get Visual Studio to statically link the OpenSSL libraries?
> The OpenSSL libraries have to be built as static libraries.

Dear Jay,

We have been building OpenSSL on Windows, both statically and dynamically, for some time now without issues. We don't use Visual Studio though. The question is: does OpenSSL have to be built using Visual Studio only? If the answer is 'no', we could render some assistance. Just let us know.


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