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Re: neon question

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2002-09-20 18:29:32 CEST

Timothee Besset <ttimo@idsoftware.com> writes:

> You can force neon to use an old SSL. --with-ssl --with-force-ssl
> This is useful on Debian Woody for instance, where the backported the
> recent security fixes to SSL to an older version.

I tried that, and still got unsettling ouput from neon's ./configure.
I mean, the script *did* finish running, no errors mid-stream. But it
prints this message at the end:

  Install prefix: /usr/local
  Compiler: gcc
  XML Parser: libxml 2.4.24
  SSL library: No SSL support
  zlib support: unsuitable, >=1.1.4 required
  Build libraries: Shared=no, Static=yes

Notice the "No SSL support" line there. That makes me think that
there's no point in compiling. Will neon, in fact, still try to link
against the older openssl?

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