[Interest] 5.11.1 link error with OpenSSL (Windows)
bhood2 at comcast.net
Fri Jul 27 01:47:27 CEST 2018
On 7/26/2018 4:20 PM, Thiago Macieira wrote:
> On Thursday, 26 July 2018 14:56:13 PDT Bob Hood wrote:
>> I'm trying three different versions of OpenSSL -- 1.0.2l, 1.0.2o, 1.1.0h --
> First of all, three is wrong. There are only two that are valid: latest 1.0
> and latest 1.1. Anything else is not a valid option. You should never release
> any software with an old version of OpenSSL and you must always upgrade it
> when OpenSSL updates.
From what I can see on the OpenSSL web site, 1.0.2o and 1.1.0h /are/the
latest in those lines. The only other one available is "1.1.1-pre8", which
I'm assuming is not a release version.
>> and none of them will link correctly with Qt 5.11.1. The "known issues"
>> wiki page indicates something with Linux that suggests installing an
>> older version of OpenSSL (specifically, 1.0 is mentioned). Would this also
>> apply to Windows as well? It's not explicitly mentioned in these issues.
>> I've built previous versions of Qt with these OpenSSL 1.0.2 libraries.
> You need to make sure that the detection is correct. If you try to change
> between 1.0 and 1.1, you need to blow away your Qt build and reconfigure.
I build from clean extractions of the source archive every time, and blow away
the folder after the build completes (whether successful or unsuccessful).
This is not an issue.
> Once you've configured, please check whether it detected the right version.
> The file mkspecs/modules/qt_lib_network.pr will have "opensslv11" in either
> the "QT.network.enabled_features" or "QT.network.disabled_features" variable.
I don't have a "qt_lib_network.pr" file. I have "qt_lib_network.pri" in that
folder, and it contains the following after the build fails to link with OpenSSL:
QT_MODULE_BIN_BASE = Q:/Qt/build/64_dll/qtbase/bin
QT_MODULE_INCLUDE_BASE = Q:/Qt/build/64_dll/qtbase/include
QT_MODULE_LIB_BASE = Q:/Qt/build/64_dll/qtbase/lib
QT_MODULE_HOST_LIB_BASE = Q:/Qt/build/64_dll/qtbase/lib
QT.network.priority = 1
QT.network_private.priority = 1
It doesn't contain Qt.network.* anything, even though configuration tests report:
Checking for OpenSSL... yes
Checking for OpenSSL 1.1 support... yes
OpenSSL ................................ yes
Qt directly linked to OpenSSL ........ yes
OpenSSL 1.1 ............................ yes
I'm not using OPENSSL_LIBS to "override the default library names." Perhaps I
should do that and see if it changes the results.
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