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Re: About the cohttp

You probably need to install the 'dev' version of SSL, to get the various 
header files.  Do you have a 'libssl-dev' available in your distribution?


On 22 Nov 2012, at 16:12, "Yiming Zhang" <sdiris@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Dave,
> Thanks for your suggestion. But when I tye âopam install sslâ, the following 
> error happens:
> >>configure: error: Cannot find libssl.
> >>  'opam install ssl' failed
> But I find (in Synaptic Package Manager) that libss0.9.8 is already installed 
> in /usr/lib/ssl.
> Do you have any idea?
> Thank you!
> Yiming
> åää: Dave Scott [mailto:Dave.Scott@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] 
> åéæé: 2012å11æ22æ 14:50
> æää: Yiming Zhang
> æé: cl-mirage@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> äé: Re: About the cohttp
> Try "opam install ssl"-- that should trigger a rebuild of lwt with ssl 
> support.
> -- 
> Dave Scott
> On Nov 22, 2012, at 2:47 PM, "Yiming Zhang" <sdiris@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Anil,
> I want to study your cohttp project as an example of writing ocaml web 
> applications. Is it a good choice?
> For writing lwt programs on Linux, I think currently I only need to focus on 
> the section âLibrary cohttp_lwt_unixâ in the â_oasisâ file (and the relevant 
> test sections), right?
> The current problem is the shell command in Makefile âocamlfind query 
> lwt.sslâ cannot find lwt.ssl and replies âocamlfind: Package `lwt.ssl' not 
> foundâ. Do you have any ideas for that?
> Thanks!
> Yiming



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