[Numpy-discussion] numpy 1.1.1 fails because of missing md5

Charles Doutriaux doutriaux1@llnl....
Wed Sep 3 15:50:52 CDT 2008

Thanks for spotting the origin, I'll pass this along to our user maybe 
they'll be able to figure out how to build python w/o openssl


Robert Kern wrote:
> On Wed, Sep 3, 2008 at 10:39, Charles Doutriaux <doutriaux1@llnl.gov> wrote:
>> Hi Robert,
>> The first email got intercepted because the attachment was too big (awaits
>> moderator), so i compressed the log and I resend this email.
>> I'm attaching my Python build log, can you spot anything? It "seems" like
>> md5 is built, i get a very similar log on my machine and i have a working
>> import md5.
> md5.py gets installed, but it just (eventually) imports from one of
> the extension modules _md5 or _hashlib, neither of which is getting
> built. The errors following the line
>   building '_hashlib' extension
> are relevant. OpenSSL gets used for its hash function implementations
> if it is available. The configuration thinks you want it to use
> OpenSSL, so it tries to build _hashlib, which fails. If the
> configuration thought you didn't want to use OpenSSL, it would try to
> build _md5.

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