On Wed, 8 Apr 2015 13:24:35 -0700 (PDT)
win-newbie <mamta.upadh...@gmail.com> wrote:

> > I installed git-1.9.5 using the windows installer. When I run 
> > libneon-25.dll through dependency walker, I see it was linked with 
> > MSYS-SSL-1.0.0.DLL and MSYS-CRYPTO-1.0.0.DLL. Are these
> > openssl-1.0.1m dlls renamed? I am confused because running strings
> > on libneon-25.dll, shows openssl-1.0.1h. 
> >
> Thanks for the detailed reply! Really appreciate it. I am actually
> running strings on libneon-25.dll and not on all the modules.
> Dependency walker shows the dll's that would be loaded, but what if
> openssl-1.0.1h is statically built in libneon-25.dll?

To be honest, I did not think about such possibility.
On the other hand, having OpenSSL built in statically (even parts of it)
while at the same time having it linked in dynamically is, IMO, highly
improbable.  Again, only studying the build system can really tell that
for sure.

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