I’m following the guide to building OpenSSL for Visual Studio here: http://developer.covenanteyes.com/building-openssl-for-visual-studio/
Apparently all I need is the latest version of the OpenSSL source code, Active Perl or Strawberry Perl, and Visual Studio 2010. I’m using 2013, but I thought I’d give it a try anyways. When I get to the nmake command, I get the error shown in the screenshot below:
I guess this is because I’m using VS 2013 instead of 2010? Does anyone know of a way to correct this issue, or does anyone know of a guide I can use to get OpenSSL working in VS 2013? I’m using Windows 7 64 bit.
I got the same error 6/26/16. Apparently m164.exe is an assembler on AMD boards (I’m using Intel, where it is ml.exe). I was unable to work around it. But the 32 bit version doesn’t have the same problem.
Answered By – Hugh
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