You (probably) don't want the "engine" code. For example, get
Unpack into the "dist" directory, retaining the folder name from
the archive - for example, the latest stable OpenSSL will install as
You can (theoretically) use any version of OpenSSL you like - the
build process will automatically select the latest version.
Win9x note: If, near the start of the build process, you see
+ C:\Code\openssl-0.9.>set OPTS=no-asm
then you're in trouble, and will probably also see these errors near
NMAKE : fatal error U1073: don't know how to make
You need more environment space. Win9x only has room for 256 bytes
If you want to create your own extension module DLL, there's an example
with easy-to-follow instructions in ../PC/example/; read the file
+The compiled HTML help file is built from the HTML pages by the script
+Doc/tools/prechm.py. This creates project files which must be compiled
+with MS HTML Help Workshop.