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Don’t look for Homebrew openssl #1375

merged 2 commits into from Nov 11, 2019

Don’t look for Homebrew openssl #1375

merged 2 commits into from Nov 11, 2019


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gfguthrie commented Nov 8, 2019

ruby-build already does a lot of work to make sure that the version of ruby you're installing has the correct version of openssl also installed. Looking for any version of openssl installed by Homebrew is problematic for a few reasons:

  • The user may have an incompatible version installed
  • The user may not know that a particular version of openssl has been installed by Homebrew
  • The openssl version split now makes this logic more difficult to maintain for all versions of ruby that ruby-build can install

Let's stop looking for any version of Homebrew's openssl by default so that the user always gets a working version of the ruby they're installing. Advanced users can use the RUBY_CONFIGURE_OPTS="--with-openssl-dir=/my-openssl-directory" option if they don't want to install the ruby-build defined compatible version of openssl.

#1353 #1360 #1347

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mislav left a comment

Interesting idea, thanks for proposing!

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@mislav mislav merged commit a0dcf52 into rbenv:master Nov 11, 2019
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hsbt commented Nov 13, 2019

Looks good.

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