[rtmpdump] Link OpenSSL statically for Win32

David Woodhouse dwmw2 at infradead.org
Mon Apr 19 13:23:44 CEST 2010

On Mon, 2010-04-19 at 20:15 +0930, Stef wrote:
> Unfortunately, "hashswf.c" and "rtmp.c"  in the "librtmp" use the 
> OpenSSL stuff too, don't they?  So that puts a damper on anything
> using the librtmp library as well unless it's built to use the dynamic
> DLL.

Those files are licensed under LGPL, not GPL. So there is no problem
with linking to OpenSSL.

But still, as I said, they can be built to use GnuTLS instead of
OpenSSL. And then _even_ the GPL-licensed tools like rtmpdump can be
statically linked quite happily.


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