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Re: build broken due to openssl?

On Fri, May 16, 2008 at 04:02:27PM +0100, Patrick Welche wrote:
  | On Wed, May 14, 2008 at 02:18:43PM -0400, Greg Troxel wrote:
  | > I am failing to build current (on macos 10.5), and the problem is that
  | > various programs fail due to warnings about libcrypto including patented
  | > algorithms.
  | > 
 warning:, needed by 
/usr/obj/gdt-current/destdir/i386/usr/lib/, may conflict with
  | Odd: there is a .WAIT between libcrypto and libssl, libssl/Makefile 
  | has
  |    LIBDPLIBS+=crypto ${.CURDIR}/../libcrypto
  | yet after the libraries are installed, libssl->, and
  | is installed, so the question is how libssl ends up
  | being linked to even though should
  | (according to the .WAIT) already exist in libcrypto/objdir? (Looks
  | like libssl gets linked to the installed libcrypto rather than
  | the one in ../libcrypto/objdir - LIBDPLIBS ignored?)
  | Naturally, the second run works...

Try a clean build, rather than an update build.

I found that fixed various build problems I was having
after the recent OpenSSL upgrade.

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