Aug 21, 2014 at 9:27 PM
Edited Aug 21, 2014 at 10:56 PM
The previous macports installation shouldn't be a problem.
To check the version of openssl we end up using, you can either pay close attention to the cmake configuration step (it lists it out) or simply run
otool -L libcpprest.dylib
on the resulting binary.
Thanks for the information.
The binary should be built with symbols as long as you're using
Now onto a possible solution: if you're linking against a version like 0.9.xy, then you're linking against the original system's copy and not the homebrew version. You can fix this by adding the following extra options to your cmake configuration line:
This assumes you're using the latest version of openssl: version 1.0.1i. To get the latest, you can do
brew update; brew upgrade
Let us know if this fixes the problem,