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Re: Re: NO_OPENSSL broken...

From: "Spearow" <lists@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 13 Dec 2004 13:04:54 -0600

At 2004-12-12, 11:04:37 you wrote:
>On Fri, Dec 10, 2004 at 06:45:18PM -0600, Spearow wrote:
>> Building world with NO_OPENSSL defined is broken as usr.bin/dc
>> requires -lcrypto. Can this be changed such that either dc is not
>> built when NO_OPENSSL is defined, or that it is built in a manner
>> so as not to reqire -lcrypto?
>If we wouldn't build dc when NO_OPENSSL is set, it would make bc
>unusable and break standard compliance. We can't make it easily work
>without, because that mean code duplication. Why do you actually use
>NO_OPENSSL? This is an undocumented knob and for me, it should die.

The old (gnu) dc could be used instead, no? It's easier not to build
OpenSSL in the first place than to try to rip it out later, no?
OpenSSL seems much too large a price to pay for dc, no?


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