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Comment:Update referenced OpenSSL version.
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User & Date: mistachkin 2016-03-01 16:32:10
Context
2016-03-02
02:10
Permit the TH1 hooks subsystem to check for the configuration without raising a 'fatal' error. check-in: b06cd631 user: mistachkin tags: trunk
2016-03-01
21:50
Set the FOSSIL_HOME envvar before each test. Use the root test run directory instead of the directories created for each test file so the config DB file on Windows doesn't mess up tests of commands like addremove and extras. Closed-Leaf check-in: d4907f17 user: joel tags: testCheckoutReform
16:32
Update referenced OpenSSL version. check-in: a9e3db1f user: mistachkin tags: trunk
2016-02-29
21:23
Show the number of bytes for image artifacts and attachments as well. check-in: f4c6e49a user: mistachkin tags: trunk
Changes

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endif

#### The directories where the OpenSSL include and library files are located.
#    The recommended usage here is to use the Sysinternals junction tool
#    to create a hard link between an "openssl-1.x" sub-directory of the
#    Fossil source code directory and the target OpenSSL source directory.
#
OPENSSLDIR = $(SRCDIR)/../compat/openssl-1.0.2f
OPENSSLINCDIR = $(OPENSSLDIR)/include
OPENSSLLIBDIR = $(OPENSSLDIR)

#### Either the directory where the Tcl library is installed or the Tcl
#    source code directory resides (depending on the value of the macro
#    FOSSIL_TCL_SOURCE).  If this points to the Tcl install directory,
#    this directory must have "include" and "lib" sub-directories.  If
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# Enable support for Windows XP with Visual Studio 201x?
!ifndef FOSSIL_ENABLE_WINXP
FOSSIL_ENABLE_WINXP = 0
!endif

!if $(FOSSIL_ENABLE_SSL)!=0
SSLDIR    = $(B)\compat\openssl-1.0.2f
SSLINCDIR = $(SSLDIR)\inc32
!if $(FOSSIL_DYNAMIC_BUILD)!=0
SSLLIBDIR = $(SSLDIR)\out32dll
!else
SSLLIBDIR = $(SSLDIR)\out32
!endif
SSLLFLAGS = /nologo /opt:ref /debug







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#### The directories where the OpenSSL include and library files are located.
#    The recommended usage here is to use the Sysinternals junction tool
#    to create a hard link between an "openssl-1.x" sub-directory of the
#    Fossil source code directory and the target OpenSSL source directory.
#
OPENSSLDIR = $(SRCDIR)/../compat/openssl-1.0.2g
OPENSSLINCDIR = $(OPENSSLDIR)/include
OPENSSLLIBDIR = $(OPENSSLDIR)

#### Either the directory where the Tcl library is installed or the Tcl
#    source code directory resides (depending on the value of the macro
#    FOSSIL_TCL_SOURCE).  If this points to the Tcl install directory,
#    this directory must have "include" and "lib" sub-directories.  If
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# Enable support for Windows XP with Visual Studio 201x?
!ifndef FOSSIL_ENABLE_WINXP
FOSSIL_ENABLE_WINXP = 0
!endif

!if $(FOSSIL_ENABLE_SSL)!=0
SSLDIR    = $(B)\compat\openssl-1.0.2g
SSLINCDIR = $(SSLDIR)\inc32
!if $(FOSSIL_DYNAMIC_BUILD)!=0
SSLLIBDIR = $(SSLDIR)\out32dll
!else
SSLLIBDIR = $(SSLDIR)\out32
!endif
SSLLFLAGS = /nologo /opt:ref /debug

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endif

#### The directories where the OpenSSL include and library files are located.
#    The recommended usage here is to use the Sysinternals junction tool
#    to create a hard link between an "openssl-1.x" sub-directory of the
#    Fossil source code directory and the target OpenSSL source directory.
#
OPENSSLDIR = $(SRCDIR)/../compat/openssl-1.0.2f
OPENSSLINCDIR = $(OPENSSLDIR)/include
OPENSSLLIBDIR = $(OPENSSLDIR)

#### Either the directory where the Tcl library is installed or the Tcl
#    source code directory resides (depending on the value of the macro
#    FOSSIL_TCL_SOURCE).  If this points to the Tcl install directory,
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endif

#### The directories where the OpenSSL include and library files are located.
#    The recommended usage here is to use the Sysinternals junction tool
#    to create a hard link between an "openssl-1.x" sub-directory of the
#    Fossil source code directory and the target OpenSSL source directory.
#
OPENSSLDIR = $(SRCDIR)/../compat/openssl-1.0.2g
OPENSSLINCDIR = $(OPENSSLDIR)/include
OPENSSLLIBDIR = $(OPENSSLDIR)

#### Either the directory where the Tcl library is installed or the Tcl
#    source code directory resides (depending on the value of the macro
#    FOSSIL_TCL_SOURCE).  If this points to the Tcl install directory,
#    this directory must have "include" and "lib" sub-directories.  If

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endif

#### The directories where the OpenSSL include and library files are located.
#    The recommended usage here is to use the Sysinternals junction tool
#    to create a hard link between an "openssl-1.x" sub-directory of the
#    Fossil source code directory and the target OpenSSL source directory.
#
OPENSSLDIR = $(SRCDIR)/../compat/openssl-1.0.2f
OPENSSLINCDIR = $(OPENSSLDIR)/include
OPENSSLLIBDIR = $(OPENSSLDIR)

#### Either the directory where the Tcl library is installed or the Tcl
#    source code directory resides (depending on the value of the macro
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#### The directories where the OpenSSL include and library files are located.
#    The recommended usage here is to use the Sysinternals junction tool
#    to create a hard link between an "openssl-1.x" sub-directory of the
#    Fossil source code directory and the target OpenSSL source directory.
#
OPENSSLDIR = $(SRCDIR)/../compat/openssl-1.0.2g
OPENSSLINCDIR = $(OPENSSLDIR)/include
OPENSSLLIBDIR = $(OPENSSLDIR)

#### Either the directory where the Tcl library is installed or the Tcl
#    source code directory resides (depending on the value of the macro
#    FOSSIL_TCL_SOURCE).  If this points to the Tcl install directory,
#    this directory must have "include" and "lib" sub-directories.  If

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# Enable support for Windows XP with Visual Studio 201x?
!ifndef FOSSIL_ENABLE_WINXP
FOSSIL_ENABLE_WINXP = 0
!endif

!if $(FOSSIL_ENABLE_SSL)!=0
SSLDIR    = $(B)\compat\openssl-1.0.2f
SSLINCDIR = $(SSLDIR)\inc32
!if $(FOSSIL_DYNAMIC_BUILD)!=0
SSLLIBDIR = $(SSLDIR)\out32dll
!else
SSLLIBDIR = $(SSLDIR)\out32
!endif
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# Enable support for Windows XP with Visual Studio 201x?
!ifndef FOSSIL_ENABLE_WINXP
FOSSIL_ENABLE_WINXP = 0
!endif

!if $(FOSSIL_ENABLE_SSL)!=0
SSLDIR    = $(B)\compat\openssl-1.0.2g
SSLINCDIR = $(SSLDIR)\inc32
!if $(FOSSIL_DYNAMIC_BUILD)!=0
SSLLIBDIR = $(SSLDIR)\out32dll
!else
SSLLIBDIR = $(SSLDIR)\out32
!endif
SSLLFLAGS = /nologo /opt:ref /debug

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file "<b>win\buildmsvc.bat</b>" may be used and it will attempt to
detect and use the latest installed version of MSVC.<br><br>To enable
the optional <a href="https://www.openssl.org/">OpenSSL</a> support,
first <a href="https://www.openssl.org/source/">download the official
source code for OpenSSL</a> and extract it to an appropriately named
"<b>openssl-X.Y.ZA</b>" subdirectory within the local
[/tree?ci=trunk&name=compat | compat] directory (e.g.
"<b>compat/openssl-1.0.2f</b>"), then make sure that some recent
<a href="http://www.perl.org/">Perl</a> binaries are installed locally,
and finally run one of the following commands:
<blockquote><pre>
nmake /f Makefile.msc FOSSIL_ENABLE_SSL=1 FOSSIL_BUILD_SSL=1 PERLDIR=C:\full\path\to\Perl\bin
</pre></blockquote>
<blockquote><pre>
buildmsvc.bat FOSSIL_ENABLE_SSL=1 FOSSIL_BUILD_SSL=1 PERLDIR=C:\full\path\to\Perl\bin







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file "<b>win\buildmsvc.bat</b>" may be used and it will attempt to
detect and use the latest installed version of MSVC.<br><br>To enable
the optional <a href="https://www.openssl.org/">OpenSSL</a> support,
first <a href="https://www.openssl.org/source/">download the official
source code for OpenSSL</a> and extract it to an appropriately named
"<b>openssl-X.Y.ZA</b>" subdirectory within the local
[/tree?ci=trunk&name=compat | compat] directory (e.g.
"<b>compat/openssl-1.0.2g</b>"), then make sure that some recent
<a href="http://www.perl.org/">Perl</a> binaries are installed locally,
and finally run one of the following commands:
<blockquote><pre>
nmake /f Makefile.msc FOSSIL_ENABLE_SSL=1 FOSSIL_BUILD_SSL=1 PERLDIR=C:\full\path\to\Perl\bin
</pre></blockquote>
<blockquote><pre>
buildmsvc.bat FOSSIL_ENABLE_SSL=1 FOSSIL_BUILD_SSL=1 PERLDIR=C:\full\path\to\Perl\bin