[tarantool-patches] Re: [PATCH v1] build: libcurl needs openssl111 on FreeBSD
alexander.turenko at tarantool.org
Mon Sep 16 13:47:41 MSK 2019
> sudo pkg install -y git cmake gmake gcc coreutils \
> - readline ncurses libyaml openssl libunwind icu \
> + readline ncurses libyaml openssl111 libunwind icu \
> python27 py27-pip py27-setuptools py27-daemon \
> py27-yaml py27-argparse py27-six py27-gevent \
> gdb bash autoconf automake libtool
openssl-1.1.1 is the part of base system. No need to install it with
Anyway, a user may want to have openssl-1.1.1 in /usr and openssl-1.0.2
in /usr/local (say, some other package will require an old openssl). It
seems we use headers from /usr/include, but *.so from /usr/local/lib. We
should fix it, I'll look into that.
BTW, it is seen in `./configure <...>` output:
| checking for OpenSSL headers version... 1.0.2 - 0x1000214fL
| checking for OpenSSL library version... 1.1.1
Now we can fix CI in the following way: remove openssl from pkg install
(and from base freebsd image we use if it is here). Let's just add a
comment that openssl is a part of base system.
WBR, Alexander Turenko.
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