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i am using the following cmake commands

it works on linux and on Mac - but on mac it uses the osx-shipped libssl - wich throws a alot of deprecation warnings e.g. 'SSL_library_init' is deprecated: first deprecated in OS X 10.7'

Brew install Caskroom/cask/xquartz brew install gcc cmake autoconf automake libtool openssl pkg-config. Then: EITHER export OPENSSLROOTDIR=`brew For example, the Linux-x8664 tar file is all under the directory cmake–Linux-x8664. This prefix can be removed as long as the share, bin, man and doc directories are moved relative to each other.

using brew i already installed a newer - openssl-offical - libssl - how can i tell the pkg_search_module in cmake to find and use the brew version?

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As of late 2016 this works for me:

In CMakeLists.txt:

Run cmake like this:

Cmake

To install OpenSSL, I tried brew install openssl And it returns Make sure you can see hidden files. in install-mac.sh change cmake . to cmake I am using the newest CMake (3.9.3) from Homebrew along with LLVM 5.0.0 also from Brew, because Clang here has OpenMP support. This worked in CMake 3.8.2 with LLVM 5.

ok got it working :)

removed the cmake build folder and rerun the cmake . and the above macro now finds the 1.0.2 libssl :)

I think this is because OS X is moving away from OpenSSL not sure .com/​Homebrew/homebrew/blob/master/Library/Formula/openssl.rb Build OpenSSL with CMake on MacOS, Win32, Win64 and cross compile for Android, IOS - janbar/openssl-cmake

The cause of this issue is a bug in CMake -- it does not use alternate pkg-config paths correctly.

According to the merge request attached to the bug, the fix should be in cmake 3.17.0 (to be released in Feb 2020).

Otherwise, use this work-around. Hard coding it in your CMakeLists.txt will make things bad for people who use MacPorts instead of Homebrew.

Homebrew error downloading and linking OpenSSL. And just a reminder — remember to add -lssl and -lcrypto flags for your compiler. brendanzab changed the title Could not find OpenSSL on OS X 10.11 CMake could not find OpenSSL on OS X 10.11 Dec 11, 2015 This comment has been minimized. Sign in to view

Jonathan is right. The MacOS system open ssl is considered insecure. Here is what works for me

  1. Install or upgrade openssl via brew

  2. Add these to your CMakefile. Instead of hard coding you might choose to use a command line parameter or environment variable

    Farming simulator 19 volvo l220h. include_directories(BEFORE /usr/local/Cellar/openssl/1.0.2p/include)find_library(OPENSSL_LIB ssl PATHS /usr/local/Cellar/openssl/1.0.2p/lib NO_DEFAULT_PATH)find_library(CRYPTO_LIB crypto PATHS /usr/local/Cellar/openssl/1.0.2p/lib NO_DEFAULT_PATH)

To find the OpenSSL directory use the following command:

I've been maintaining a macOS project for a while and recently with the update to Mojave, cmake no longer can find libraries located in If the screen prompts you to enter a password, please enter your Mac's user password to continue. When you type the password, it won't be displayed on screen, but the system would accept it. So just type your password and press ENTER/RETURN key. Then wait for the command to finish. Run: brew install cmake; Done! You can now use cmake.

Yes, as mentioned in the home-brew issue above, the headers are missing. It helps to compile and link against home-brew's openssl cmake I have used brew install openssl to download and install openssl v1.0.2f, however, it comes back saying: A CA file has been bootstrapped using certificates from the system keychain. To add additio

Running CLion 1.2.4 on OSX 10.11.3, I have installed openssl 1.0.2f via brew and added the following to my CMakeLists.txt file: set( OPENSSL_ROOT_DIR Installing CMake. There are several ways to install CMake, depending on your platform. Windows. There are pre-compiled binaries available on the Download page for Windows as MSI packages and ZIP files. One may alternatively download and build CMake from source. The Download page also provides source releases. In order to build CMake from a

brew install Caskroom/cask/xquartz brew install gcc cmake autoconf automake libtool openssl pkg-config. Then: EITHER export OPENSSL_ROOT_DIR=`brew For example, the Linux-x86_64 tar file is all under the directory cmake–Linux-x86_64. This prefix can be removed as long as the share, bin, man and doc directories are moved relative to each other. To build the source distributions, unpack them with zip or tar and follow the instructions in Readme.txt at the top of the source tree.

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  • You could use FIND_PACKAGE(OpenSSL) and specify the location of your OpenSSL installation like it is described here: stackoverflow.com/a/16249265/678093
  • To be version independent the following works: -DOPENSSL_ROOT_DIR=/usr/local/opt/openssl
  • This does not work anymore: Warning: Refusing to link: openssl Linking keg-only openssl means you may end up linking against the insecure, deprecated system OpenSSL while using the headers from Homebrew's openssl.
  • export PKG_CONFIG_PATH='/usr/local/opt/[email protected]/lib/pkgconfig' before pkg-config --modversion openssl in order for it to work

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