[Python-Dev] Differences between Python's OpenSSL in SVN and OpenSSL's in GitHub
andres.guzman-ballen at intel.com
Fri Aug 14 17:56:09 CEST 2015
Hello Python Developers!
Why is it that the OpenSSL v1.0.2d that is found on Python's SVN repo<http://svn.python.org/projects/external/openssl-1.0.2d/> is quite different from what OpenSSL has on their GitHub repository<https://github.com/openssl/openssl/tree/OpenSSL_1_0_2d> for OpenSSL v1.0.2d? I am asking because I am able to successfully download OpenSSL's GitHub version during the cpython build process but when I try to build cpython, I get failures because Visual Studio isn't able to find files like openssl/opensslconf.h and this is because Python's OpenSSL version in SVN is the only one that has a directory inside the include directory. The GitHub repo is missing this directory however, and these are not the only differences.
If I checkout the GitHub version and then replace it with what is in the SVN repo, you get these untracked files.
Does anyone know why this is the case? What was the motivation behind these changes? Thanks!
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