[openssl-users] OPENSSL_USE_IPV6 -- bio_dgram, vs travis-ci

Michael Richardson mcr at sandelman.ca
Mon Feb 5 17:34:58 UTC 2018

bio_dgram has a bunch of #if on: OPENSSL_USE_IPV6, and I thought that this
might be a common #ifdef, but actually it only occurs in that file.

I looked through Configurations, and I didn't see it at all.

Other usage is #ifdef AF_INET6, but IPv6 code is available, but I want to
build without it.

Fundamentally, I want to turn off IPv6 testing off on travis builds, because
travis has IPv6 turned off, see:

You can't even bind ::1 on travis.  I hate this jurassic stuff.

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