Download Version: openssl-0.9.8a.tar.gz.

My setup: Visual C++ 2005 Express Edition (available for free
download from Microsoft), Windows Server 2003 SP1 SDK. Windows Server
2003 SP1 SDK comes first in my PATH, then the VC2k5EE directories.=20
(Neither comes with ml.exe, so I cannot use the MASM version.)

Technically, what I'm getting aren't errors, they're warnings --
there's a whole bunch of POSIX names that have been deprecated in
favor of their ISO names (such as 'read()' now being '_read()',
'write()' now being '_write()', and so on). However, the /WX in the
makefiles counted them as errors. This will need to be fixed to make
/WX usable again for win32-x86.

There are also several 'conversion from time_t to unsigned long,
possible loss of data' warnings.

Removing /WX from the Makefiles generated by 'ms\do_nt.bat' allows
compilation, and all tests succeed If someone wants the nmake output
of either/both the nt and ntdll targets, I'll be glad to send it to
them.

(I hope this is enough information to fix the issues. If it is not,
please contact me with additional information needed, and I will get
it to you.)

Thanks for doing a wonderfully great job, everyone, and thanks for
taking the time to read this.

-Kyle H
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