Subject: Re: multiple versions of openssl?
To: Hal Snyder <email@example.com>
From: Jeremy C. Reed <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 01/29/2004 18:34:14
On Thu, 29 Jan 2004, Hal Snyder wrote:
> As noted in a previous posting, the latest release of Erlang, R9C-0
> for which there is a netbsd package (thanks). But for crypto, this
> release wants openssl-0.9.7a, per
> http://www.erlang.org/doc/r9c/doc/highlights.html -
This doesn't mention if it uses some API that is not compatible with
older version. Does old version work?
I don't know erlang, but I see our package already uses openssl. Is it
> and netbsd pgksrc offers openssl-0.9.6l as of the 2004-1-5 Makefile.
By the way, I think jschauma said he had a 0.9.7x already packaged and
available but he did the update in pkgsrc for 0.9.6 instead.
I recall reading a message from about this, but can't find it.
> What is the recommended pkgsrc Makefile approach to get a coexisting
> alternate version, say in /usr/pkg/openssl-0.9.c/.. ?
There is not a pkgsrc way now. They would have conflicting files.
> Or is there a
> better way?
Try old version. And if doesn't work, either patch erlang or send-pr so
openssl gets updated.
Jeremy C. Reed