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Re: Documentation on W32

From: Nikos Mavrogiannopoulos
Subject: Re: Documentation on W32
Date: Sat, 15 Sep 2012 11:18:48 +0200
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On 09/15/2012 11:11 AM, LRN wrote:

>> I'm wondering what is Loaded_CertEnumCRLsInStore() that you use
>> instead of CertEnumCRLsInStore()? If the mingw32 issue is
>> widespread I could include that patch in gnutls.
> MinGW Win32API package does not have CertEnumCRLsInStore() prototype
> in its headers (easily fixable by declaring the prototype yourself)
> AND it doesn't export CertEnumCRLsInStore() in its import library for
> crypt32. THAT is the real problem. The only way to fix that is to
> patch mingw w32api package and rebuild it. I can't tell users to
> recompile one of the most basic packages in their system, obviously.
> Submitting a patch to takes efforts, it will be in the queue
> for some unknown amount of time, and then one will have to wait for
> the next win32api release.

> Very little fun in that.

Indeed. Is there any reason for not using mingw64-32 instead?

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