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Re: Can't build CURL with nghttp2 statically

From: Thomas van Hesteren via curl-library <>
Date: Tue, 28 Nov 2017 21:51:34 +0100

> Op 28 nov. 2017, om 21:17 heeft Ray Satiro via curl-library <> het volgende geschreven:
> On 11/28/2017 3:18 AM, Thomas van Hesteren via curl-library wrote:
>> I really want to thank you. I have been looking for this a very very
>> very…. very long time and I finally managed to build a static lib curl
>> version with both nghttp2 and openssl support! Thank you very much!
> No problem. Note since you are using OpenSSL and building for Windows
> you will also need a CA certificate bundle, you can download cacert.pem
> [1] and rename it to curl-ca-bundle.crt and place it in the same
> directory as curl.exe and it should be auto-detected by curl.exe. Try
> curl.exe -v to confirm https and htttp2 works. The
> reason I mention the certs is if you are testing in WINE and not actual
> Windows it may be supplying that file or some bundle may be present that
> is being used instead. When curl.exe is running in actual Windows you
> will need the CA certificate bundle, unless your openssl installation
> has a fallback location with certs and it was enabled in curl.
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Thanks for the heads-up but I use curl with the inline function to pass the SSL-cert. It’s in my executable already. Thanks though
Received on 2017-11-28