[twisted] PyOpenSSL and PyCrypto are outdated!

Discussion in 'Python' started by Mike Meng, Jun 5, 2006.

  1. Mike Meng

    Mike Meng Guest

    Hi all,
    I'm learning Twisted and downloaded pyOpenSSL and pycrypto win32
    installer on http://twisted.sourceforge.net/contrib/ . But I find the
    lastest version are for Python 2.3. I try to rebuild pyOpenSSL from
    source, but get lots of compile errors. Are these two packages
    obsolated? Where can I find updated version?

    Thank you in advance.
     
    Mike Meng, Jun 5, 2006
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  2. Mike Meng

    Terry Reedy Guest

    "Mike Meng" <> wrote in message
    news:...

    > I'm learning Twisted and downloaded pyOpenSSL and pycrypto win32
    > installer on http://twisted.sourceforge.net/contrib/ . But I find the
    > lastest version are for Python 2.3. I try to rebuild pyOpenSSL from
    > source, but get lots of compile errors. Are these two packages
    > obsolated? Where can I find updated version?


    Did you try Google? This question has been asked before.
     
    Terry Reedy, Jun 5, 2006
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  3. Mike Meng

    Mike Meng Guest

    Re: PyOpenSSL and PyCrypto are outdated!

    Thank you Terry.

    I searched but didn't get useful information. In fact, I've built
    pycrypto 2.0.1 successfully. However, the source of pyOpenSSL seemed to
    be incompatible with lastest OpenSSL 0.98b. I tried to build it and got
    dozens of compile errors which complain about syntax error in x509v3.h.
    My C++ compiler is Visual C++ 7.1. Should I use older OpenSSL release?



    Terry Reedy 写é“:

    > "Mike Meng" <> wrote in message
    > news:...
    >
    > > I'm learning Twisted and downloaded pyOpenSSL and pycrypto win32
    > > installer on http://twisted.sourceforge.net/contrib/ . But I find the
    > > lastest version are for Python 2.3. I try to rebuild pyOpenSSL from
    > > source, but get lots of compile errors. Are these two packages
    > > obsolated? Where can I find updated version?

    >
    > Did you try Google? This question has been asked before.
     
    Mike Meng, Jun 6, 2006
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