Compiling Ruby 2.0, problem with OpenSSL

Trying to compile Ruby 2.0 from source, having problem with it, getting
an error regarding OpenSSL, installed the newest version also from
source. What can I do? Please see attached image. Not using RVM or BREW,
this is a server machine, don’t need many versions of ruby / rails
running.

Could you please file that as a bug on bugs.ruby-lang.org and assign it
to
me (Martin B.)? Thanks!

In the meantime, it should work if you choose to install OpenSSL 1.0.1c.
There’s conflicting declarations in 1.0.1e for methods that didn’t exist
yet in previous versions.

-Martin

2013/3/7 Piotr P. [email protected]

“Martin Boßlet” [email protected] wrote in post #1100624:

Could you please file that as a bug on bugs.ruby-lang.org and assign it
to
me (Martin B.)? Thanks!

In the meantime, it should work if you choose to install OpenSSL 1.0.1c.
There’s conflicting declarations in 1.0.1e for methods that didn’t exist
yet in previous versions.

-Martin

2013/3/7 Piotr P. [email protected]

That did not help. See attached image.

“Martin Boßlet” [email protected] wrote in post #1100624:

Could you please file that as a bug on bugs.ruby-lang.org and assign it
to
me (Martin B.)? Thanks!

In the meantime, it should work if you choose to install OpenSSL 1.0.1c.
There’s conflicting declarations in 1.0.1e for methods that didn’t exist
yet in previous versions.

-Martin

2013/3/7 Piotr P. [email protected]

Or maybe I am compiling it wrong?

./configure --prefix=/usr/ darwin64-x86_64-cc
make
sudo make install

Managed to solve the problem with compiling openssl like this:

sudo ./configure --prefix=/usr/local/ darwin64-x86_64-cc

and not this:

sudo ./configure --with-openssl-dir=/usr/

Also my /etc/paths now look like this:

/usr/local/bin
/usr/local/bin
/usr/bin
/bin
/usr/sbin
/sbin

Compiled Ruby 2.0 with this:

sudo ./configure --with-openssl-dir=/usr/local/

I wanted to mention that, that using --with-openssl-dir could be
important.
I’m still struggling to reproduce your error, though. I thought it would
be
about 1.0.1e, but as Dr. Hegewald and I independently confirmed, it’s
not.
Really strange, I wonder what has caused this conflict…

Is it OK if I close the issue on Redmine then?

-Martin

2013/3/8 Piotr P. [email protected]

Hi there,

On 07.03.2013, at 23:55, Martin B. [email protected] wrote:

In the meantime, it should work if you choose to install OpenSSL 1.0.1c. There’s
conflicting declarations in 1.0.1e for methods that didn’t exist yet in previous
versions.

I compiled openssl 1.0.1e and ruby 2.0 on my machine and did not notice
any errors. See the “Mac OS 10.8.2 and openssl” thread.

Cheers,
– Jan

Hi,

I have (what appears to be) a very similar problem, should I open a new
issue or use the old one? (for which I’d need the reference)

Regards,
Iain

“Martin Boßlet” [email protected] wrote in post #1100727:

I wanted to mention that, that using --with-openssl-dir could be
important.
I’m still struggling to reproduce your error, though. I thought it would
be
about 1.0.1e, but as Dr. Hegewald and I independently confirmed, it’s
not.
Really strange, I wonder what has caused this conflict…

Is it OK if I close the issue on Redmine then?

-Martin

2013/3/8 Piotr P. [email protected]

Yes, go ahead.

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