Re: ca-bundle.h on win32
Date: Tue, 24 Feb 2004 19:27:09 +0100
> > No, that's not the way to do it. Add "-I." to the CFLAGS.
> Well that would work too, but using -I. makes the distinction between "" and <> delimiters
> in #include meaningless. If this file only exists in the lib/ directory, why use <>?
>From the CVS link you refered:
when including ca-bundle.h, don't look in the current dir first, simply use
the search path since we want the build-version rather than the one in the
I.e. ca-bundle.h could be part of some system SSL software (the "build-version").
So libcurl should be better off using that one.
Received on 2004-02-24