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- Jun 9 2017, 11:48 AM (93 w, 1 d)
Wed, Mar 13
Please open a new bug if there is an issue with libssh and openssl linking on Windows and provide details there. Thanks!
You seem to statically link openssl, that's why you need to link crypt32.dll. This means it isn't our problem. See
Is that only happening with static linking?
Why do you need to link against crypt32, can you post the error?
Tue, Mar 12
Do we need to add:
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Thu, Feb 28
Jakub, could you check once OpenSSL 1.1.1b is in rawhide?
Wed, Feb 27
Some time ago, we use WSAPoll() on Windows but it had a lot of issues that's why we stopped using it. I guess the best would be to move to a library which provides different event loops like libverto.
Thank you very much for the bug report.
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Feb 21 2019
Feb 7 2019
This should be fixed by b796924fea7e61a4a8813acce9e510f2359aee34
Can you enable full logging and provide a log?
The timeout issues should be better with 0.8. Please update. Feel free to reopen if you have the same issues with 0.9 which will be released soon.
I'm sorry but we don't have support libressl. If you want support for it you need to implement the support for it.
This as been already addressed with 58113d489eecfeb266b82de7bb25d4a0526b9606
Feb 5 2019
Thank you very much for your contribution.
Feb 2 2019
I haven't had time to look into this issue again. However the session state is internal, how did you get access to it? Also the C++ wrapper is unmaintained I really know someone who uses it for complex stuff.