A) would you like a bugzilla?
Also, on platforms where OpenSSL is installed in a usual location, you only needOn Sat, Sep 8, 2012 at 8:32 AM, Benson Margulies <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I've explained it. Is the following a bug?
> Step 1:
> ./configure --with-apr=/opt/apr-1.4.6 --with-crypto
> include/apu.h:#define APU_HAVE_CRYPTO 0
> Step 2:
> ./configure --with-apr=/opt/apr-1.4.6 --with-crypto --with-openssl=/usr
> include/apu.h:#define APU_HAVE_CRYPTO 1
Why does it work like this? APR-Util supports either NSS or OpenSSL
libraries (or presumably others in the future) and forces you to
choose which one.
Adding "Specify the crypto library using --with-openssl or --with-nss"
to the "Crypto was requested but no crypto library was enabled"
message will definitely help.
Possibly defaulting to --with-openssl if --with-crypto is requested
but neither library is specified would be fine.