Hello, On antradienis 26 Balandis 2011 20:47:45 Thorvald Natvig wrote: > That being said, Qt also supports explicit compile-time linking to > libssl and libcrypto, which avoids issues like this one and also ensures > that libqt4-network shows up as a reverse dependency for openssl. If > nothing else, the runtime libraries for OpenSSL should be added as a > recommends: for the libqt4-network package. But in todays crypto-heavy > world, I can't really think of a good reason not to just link it. Among > other things, Qt's web widgets (and URL classes) will not support https > without libssl/libcrypto. OpenSSL license is THE reason. Or pure-GPL apps won't be able to link against libQtNetwork which is unacceptable. -- Modestas Vainius <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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