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OpenSSL for WinCE 6.0

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sohankag95 Page Icon Posted 2018-03-07 7:17 AM
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Hello,
I am trying to build and compile OpenSSL for WinCE 6.0. But have been getting erros. So does anyone have the OpenSSL Libraries built for WinCE 6? or How to do it?
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smb_gaiden Page Icon Posted 2018-03-07 6:41 PM
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Haven't tried, what are some of the errors? And approximately how many?
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gjcoram Page Icon Posted 2018-03-12 1:14 AM
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I haven't tried WinCE6, but I have built it for WinCE 2.11. Each time I download a new version, I have to tweak a few files to adapt to some compiler issues. I'm using Visual Studio 98, which is a bit old.
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smb_gaiden Page Icon Posted 2018-03-12 1:20 AM
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Happy Twentieth to your IDE! Was this Visual C++ 6.0? I use that too! Also have installed some of the dedicated CE IDEs and platform SDKs.
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sohankag95 Page Icon Posted 2018-03-13 12:07 PM
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Could you please tell me the steps involved in doing so for WinCE 6.0. I have my SDK and when i try to build it using Openssl steps it always returns unresolved error. I believe its related to linking error. Using openssl-0.9.8i version.
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