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Re: [PATCH] Eliminate intermediate build_neon.bat on Windows

From: Branko Čibej <brane_at_xbc.nu>
Date: 2005-12-12 12:53:00 CET

Ivan Zhakov wrote:

>I consider when we make Windows DLLs we should link to openssl static
>by default.
I agree in priciple, but consider the following:

    * Doing this will, again remove the possibility of creating
      Subversion DLLs from the existing static libs with a simple relink
      (that's assuming that we still link with the dynamic openssl in
      the static libs, which IMHO is the only sane option).
    * There's work going on that will add SSL support to svnserve. Do we
      want to absorb the size of a static openssl _twice_ in our binaries?

I know there are problems with openssl DLL version mismatches. We can
solve them by doing the same as we do with libintl -- compiling our own
OpenSSL DLL (which we already do) under a different name.

>Also if you have some time will be great you prepare patch to add
>option "--openssl-static" to gen-make.py.
>Ivan Zhakov

-- Brane
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