[openssl-users] Getting error 'SSLv2_client_method': identifier not found
tony at lakesideos.com
Tue Jun 28 14:25:49 UTC 2016
Thanks for your help.
I forget where I downloaded OpenSSL from, but all I did was download a zip
file and unzipped all the file to a folder called: OpenSSL-Win32.
>From there, I simply pointed my Visual Studio project properties directory
search for includes and lib files to that folder. I did not compile or
change anything in that folder.
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Subject: Re: [openssl-users] Getting error 'SSLv2_client_method': identifier
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> identifier not found
> Is OpenSSL compatible with SAFESEH(safe exception handling feature)?
It should be, if you're using a current OpenSSL release and you're building
For some time now, OpenSSL's assembly modules have had SAFESEH gubbins
wedged into them as necessary. See e.g. the ::safeseh subroutine in
crypto/perlasm/x86nasm.pl in the OpenSSL sources.
I just linked a little test program against a library built with OpenSSL
1.0.2g with SAFESEH enabled. No warnings, and dumpbin /loadconfig shows that
it has a SafeSEH table.
In your original note you said that you "downloaded and installed OpenSSL
1.0.2g". It's not clear what that means. Are you building using libraries
created by someone else?
Technology Specialist, Micro Focus
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