I have a C++ program which includes lots of libraries, including openssl libcrypto. In fact, the g++ switches are:-lxml2 -lcrypto -lcurl etc. The problem is that when I try to run it on a different flavor of Linux, it complains that it cannot load libcrypto.so.8.
If you did so then it would mean that your QtNetwork library would have a statically linked copy of openssl. Doing this is a very bad idea however, since it would make upgrading openssl much harder should any security issues in the library be found. Notes on building nginx as a static binary. · GitHub Notes on building nginx as a static binary. GitHub Gist: instantly share code, notes, and snippets. The following page is a combination of the INSTALL file provided with the OpenSSL library and notes from the field. If you have questions about what you are doing or seeing, then you should consult INSTALL since it contains the commands and specifies the behavior by the development team. OpenSSL uses a custom build system to configure the library.
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You can do that, but you'll have to compile openssl as a static library – taxilian Jul 14 '11 at 23:40. add a comment | 4. use libeay32MT.lib file that have almost 19 mb size as your library. because it is a static library but libeay32.lib is a library for using the dll. OpenSSL
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Nov 12, 2019 · Looking to build OpenSSL to use in projects with Visual Studio 2019? Well, you can do it for free with the Community edition. It's completely free, it just takes time to compile. You can choose to Nov 14, 2011 · I'm writing a pretty basic Win32 static library using C++ for someone (Visual Studio 2010). He wants to use this library as a component to other win32 projects. One of his requirements is for this library to use the openssl_verify(..) function to verify the validity of a signature. Oct 02, 2017 · It used NuGet packages for Boost and OpenSSL, and both versions were out of date. Worse, my Visual Studio 2017 IDE hung while I tried to update the packages. Really a nuisance. The static library, as well as all its dependencies like Boost and OpenSSL, still uses the C runtime DLL. I figured it might be easier to go completely on my own