On Mon, 7 Mar 2005, Scott Klement wrote:

Scott, do you know what I can do to get this to compile? Is ASN1_UTCTIME_cmp_time_t() a function in newer versions of openssl? Can we test for this in configure?

What version of OpenSSL do you have?

jimi@lap:~/tn5250-0.17.1-jr> openssl version OpenSSL 0.9.5a 1 Apr 2000

I know it is old, but I may not be the only one with and old machine.

Just put an "#if 0" before the block, and an "#endif" after it, and you should be able to make it compile without any problems. (Please verify that) it won't check to make sure the certificates haven't expired anymore, but I guess it's better that it works :)

This fixes it. I'll take a look at putting in a configure check for this. I *think* I know what to do, but I just spent the whole night trying to figure out why configure thinks I'm using the g77 compiler. Still no clue. It compiles fine and actually gcc, but it would be nice if configure didn't say it is going to use g77.

I'll also see if I can figure out why --without-ssl isn't working.

James Rich

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