I recently managed to build OpenSSL with C++ Builder, so one was
able link .obj files rather than the libraries, though I'm not sure
whether OpenSSL license allowed this for closed-source applications.

That is very interesting. Maybe you could create a wiki page to
describe the required steps and provide any required file beside
OpenSSl source code. Each person will then decide if the license
allows him to do it or not.

Building was no big problem. But it outputs over 600 .obj files and
two .lib files. They contain plenty of dependancies to other
run-time libraries. So probably a huge effort to get it working in
Delphi. I haven't tried this yet.

Altough using in in Delphi is even more interesting, I was just thinking about publishing the procedure to rebuild OpenSSL DLL with C++Builder 2007 and 2009.

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