[openssl-users] libraries after the build for WIn platform
jeremy.farrell at oracle.com
Tue Nov 1 09:48:19 UTC 2016
I'd recommend using the official releases rather than the
work-in-progress code at the head of git. Whoever looks after the
library which needs OpenSSL should be able to tell you what version it
needs, but from those names it's the 1.0.2 branch or earlier. 1.0.2 will
be supported until the end of 2019, and its latest release is 1.0.2j.
It's available from the downloads page at
https://www.openssl.org/source/ and there may be built binary
distributions available elsewhere.
On 01/11/2016 09:25, Ernst Maurer wrote:
> Thank you for the reply,
> I've tried to build dynamic version (import lib + dll) so I see the
> libs like:
> and some other ones,
> so do you mean that libeay32 and ssleay32 some depricated version ?
> and recommend me to go throu the git history for a looking for? (of
> course, I built from the head of git.)
> P.S. I need this for the linking with Microsoft REST SDK (aka Casablanca)
> On Tue, Nov 1, 2016 at 7:30 AM Jeremy Farrell
> <jeremy.farrell at oracle.com <mailto:jeremy.farrell at oracle.com>> wrote:
> I think this depends on what version of OpenSSL you're using and
> whether you're using static or dynamic libraries, none of which
> you mention. There were changes in library names in recent
> releases. Try reviewing the various NOTES, INSTALL, and README
> files for whichever version of OpenSSL you are working with.
> Note also that there are substantial API changes between major
> releases of OpenSSL; if the thing you are building expects
> particular names for the static or import library files, that
> suggests it probably expects a particular API version (not the
> newest one if it's expecting those names). If you use whatever
> version of OpenSSL the other library is expecting, it should have
> files with the expected names.
> On 31/10/2016 11:41, Ernst Maurer wrote:
>> I'm not using openssl daily , just need to build and link it with
>> another library.
>> that lib requires libeay32.lib and ssleay32.lib.
>> Are these ones from OpenSSL distribution?
>> I've tried two options:
>> 1. download a few pre-built versions of the binaries
>> 2. build own binaries from latest git
>> both cases don't contain these lib (and dll) files.
>> please assist
J. J. Farrell
Not speaking for Oracle
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