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Re: Getting libcurl 7.19.4 to work with Symbian
http://wiki.forum.nokia.com/index.php/Limitations_of_Open_C says that open c has no IPv6 support. I'm trying the 1.0 version of the SDK (S60_5th_Edition_SDK_v1.0) now to see if there have been updates that make some of the other issues go away.
It'd be helpful for the Symbian port to know the exact versions of SDK's, compilers, that were used to make this work and what devices, if any, this was tested on. I'm not an experienced Symbian guy but in my limited exposure I've seen an incredible amount of variability between sdks and tools on this platform.
On Tuesday, May 12, 2009, at 11:22AM, "Daniel Stenberg" <daniel_at_haxx.se> wrote:
>On Tue, 12 May 2009, Frank McGeough wrote:
>> I've gotten libcurl to work with Nokia's S60_5th_Edition_SDK_v0.9 for both
>> HTTP and HTTPS. Although there are definitely things to investigate and
>> change about what I've done I thought I'd share what I did in case someone
>> else finds it helpful. Take this with a grain of salt because I'm neither a
>> Symbian nor a libcurl expert and this applies only to the environment noted.
>Please provide changes as a patch done with diff -u. It makes life so much
>easier for those who'd like to apply the patch.
>> in the config-symbian file :
>> Comment out ENABLE_IPV6 #define. Open-c on Symbian doesn't support it. Not
>> only doesn't support it but It crashed on a socket call with this enabled
>> (instead of just returning an invalid socket).
>That's funny since Dan F (who did the initial port to Symbian) must've added
>that #define explicitly for Symbian...
>> /* disable NTLM for Symbian */
>> #define CURL_DISABLE_NTLM 1
>> The NTLM stuff didn't compile and I didn't need it.
>The NTLM code is using the "ordinary" OpenSSL api if you want to so it should
>really just work. What part(s) didn't compile?
>> line 477: illegal implicit conversion from 'int' to:'struct ui_method_st *'
>> I don't know why this is complaining. For now I just added an explicit cast
>> UI_METHOD *ui_method = (UI_METHOD *)UI_OpenSSL();
>It seems you don't have the correct prototype for the UI_OpenSSL() function in
>your openssl header?
>> lines 1998 through 2008...the compiler had trouble with these. For now I
>> just #ifdef'd them out.
>> case EVP_PKEY_DSA:
>> #if NOT_WORKING_YET
>These two indicate your OpenSSL being somewhat odd. Any chance you can see if
>you can figure that out, as then we might be able to figure out a more
>suitable #ifdef for that line and then possibly something we can merge into
>the mainline sources?
> / daniel.haxx.se
Received on 2009-05-12
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