Peter Galbavy wrote:
> According to the feedback I have had, e_os.h is no longer a public interface
> header file in OpenSSL. 'get_last_socket_error' is a macro that seems to
> expand to errno.
> Can I suggest someone with better understanding of the postgresql sources,
> and ssl support, please pick this up - maybe in time for the 7.3 release ?
OK, I am using:
OpenSSL 0.9.6e 30 Jul 2002
and ssl compiles fine here. What version are you using, exactly.
Maybe OpenBSD considered e_os.h to be a security risk. ;-)
I don't think this will make 7.3 unless we can find more information. I
am hesitant to make any changes that may break openssl on other
platforms. If we can find a solution, it may be in 7.3.1.
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