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Building curl against the latest OpenSSL master branch fails due to recent change to make x509 an opaque structure.
I realize I'm using the "bleeding edge" codelines. Perhaps consider this more of a heads up of openssl changes affecting curl (likely BoringSSL too).
The 'internals' lists 'OpenSSL 0.9.7' as a dependency (http://curl.haxx.se/dev/internals.html). However, I'm not sure where it might be mentioned the "most recently tested compatible' versions of underlying libraries such as OpenSSL.
[Edit: I have reverted to an earlier OpenSSL commit for the time being.]
Compile error in vtls
Appears to be a side-effect of this commit in OpenSSL master codeline
We test and aim to work with all released versions of OpenSSL. While I think it is useful to also work with OpenSSL's development branch it is a high maintenance burden to keep that polished. We'll appreciate patches that fix this, and I occasionally go through and fix this myself but I cannot consider it to be a high prioritized activity.
On Oct 17, 2015 14:23, "Daniel Stenberg" firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Fwiw : I added an SSL context callback (and some naughty header copy/paste
I can verify this on MSVC/Windows too:
@bagder I will consider this an OpenSSL bug for now.
Probably. I'll stick to SChannel anyway.
Thanks, filed here: https://rt.openssl.org/Ticket/Display.html?id=4177
(some other minor tweaks were just pushed)