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On Sun, May 11, 2014 at 10:53:05PM -0500, Larry Stone wrote:
> Viktor, thanks, that greatly improves my understanding of how
> those options work. And also serves as a reminder not to put to
> much trust in other people's "how to" documents since if I now
> understand it correctly, the '-I/usr/include/openssl' in the original
> document I followed at diymacserver.com was meaningless and instead,
> the headers were found from the default /usr/include.
Correct. If you're referring to:
drop the author a note. The instructions should be changed to:
make -f Makefile.init makefiles \
-lpcre -lssl -lcrypto \
-L/usr/local/mysql/lib -lmysqlclient -lz -lm'
On a Mac you should strongly consider a package manager, such as
either "MacPorts" or "Homebrew". These will also build dependencies,
make it easy to refresh packages that are out of date, ...
or if you're not put-off by Ruby: