Andrew Chernow wrote:
> I am using a library that links with and initializes libcrypto (ie.
> CRYPTO_set_locking_callback) but not SSL. This causes problems even
> when using PQinitSSL(FALSE) because things like SSL_library_init(); are
> not called (unless I manually call them, copy and paste code from
> fe-secure.c which may change). If libpq does init ssl, it overwrites
> (and breaks) the other library's crypto.
> Shouldn't crypto and ssl init be treated as two different things? If
> not, how does one determine a version portable way of initializing SSL
> in a manner required by libpq? Lots of apps using encryption but don't
> necessarily use ssl, so they need to know how to init ssl for libpq.
I didn't realize they were could be initialized separately, so we really
don't have an answer for you. This is the first time I have heard of
Bruce Momjian <bruce(at)momjian(dot)us> http://momjian.us
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