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From Rainer Jung <rainer.j...@kippdata.de>
Subject Re: Native binaries
Date Wed, 22 Oct 2008 20:02:39 GMT
Hi Mark,

Mark Thomas schrieb:
> Quick question. How do I figure out which APR and openSSL versions were
> used to built the binary downloads of the native connectors?

I assume you are talking mostly about the Windows binaries, because I
can't see others on the ASF download archive.

The info is not contained in the file properties. I tried the old and
ugly Unix trick: Using "strings" and "grep" from Cygwin you get e.g. for
tcnative 1.1.15:

C:\...\Desktop>strings tcnative-1.dll|grep 0\.9\.
...
OpenSSL 0.9.8i 15 Sep 2008

(which is a nice result)


C:\...\Desktop>strings tcnative-1.dll|grep 1\.2\.
1.2.8

C:\...\Desktop>strings tcnative-1.dll|grep 1\.3\.

So my educated guess is APR 1.2.8.

You get the same results, if you run the tools directly on Linux/Unix on
the Win-Binaries.

For 1.1.9, 1.1.10, 1.1.12 and 1.1.14 you would get 0.9.8e and again
1.2.8, for 1.1.8 it's 0.9.8d and 1.2.7. I only checked the 32 Bit versions.

Since there's likely no realiable and easy way to get that info, it
looks like a good idea to add it to the README on the download page.

Mladen, Jean-Frederic: Am I wrong? Any better way?

Regards,

Rainer




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