One iOS App - 2 OpenSSL libraries.
Dr Paul Dale
pauli at openssl.org
Mon Aug 16 13:14:11 UTC 2021
There shouldn't be a limitation. Although if two different versions of
OpenSSL are being used, it is possible that they could interact together
in odd ways.
OpenSSL will automatically use assembly implementations of algorithms
* the "no-asm" option is specified at configuration time;
* the processor is detected, at run time, as being unable to support
what we supply;
* there isn't such an implementation available.
I'm assuming that this is what you meant by "Bit-Code".
On 16/8/21 10:57 pm, Goetzke, Arnold (A.P.) wrote:
> Hi -
> We have a large application, and two vendors are using the OpenSSL
> library in their project. However, only one of the projects encrypts
> data successfully when joined in our application
> Is this a known limitation?
> Also, is there a way to enable Bit-Code for iOS when compiling? I
> don't see build setting to enable Bit-Code in the configuration options.
> Thanks for the help!
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