Building Pale Moon with a custom OpenSSL on Linux

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Building Pale Moon with a custom OpenSSL on Linux

Unread postby dev1onew01f » Thu, 06 Apr 2017, 18:13

Was wondering if it is possible to build Pale Moon with a modified custom build of OpenSSL on Linux?
(e.g. perhaps point it to link with a OpenSSL binary in an alternative location in the config files?)

I am new to the build system used in Pale Moon so some pointers would be helpful.

This would be very useful for people (including myself) who do research and development on OpenSSL, and would like to test the prototype with a full-featured browser (like Pale Moon).

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Re: Building Pale Moon with a custom OpenSSL on Linux

Unread postby dev1onew01f » Fri, 07 Apr 2017, 14:24

Just looked at the source tree of Pale Moon and realized that the browser itself seems to be using NSS, while the WebRTC component seems to have an option for using OpenSSL. Any chances of making WebRTC use a custom OpenSSL? For experiment purposes this might suffice.


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