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Using cpan, ppm, or one of the other cpan clients would bring in the prerequisites, but you already knew that, right? ;-)

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C:\perl64\packages>wget " +ULLR/IO-Socket-SSL-1.953.tar.gz" --2013-07-26 14:03:49-- +ULLR/IO-Socket-SSL-1.953.tar.gz Resolving Connecting to||:80... connected. HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 302 Found Location: +3.tar.gz [following] --2013-07-26 14:03:49-- +Socket-SSL-1.953.tar.gz Resolving Connecting to||:80... connected. HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK Length: 89807 (88K) [application/x-gzip] Saving to: `IO-Socket-SSL-1.953.tar.gz' 100%[================================================================= +============================================== 2013-07-26 14:03:49 (466 KB/s) - `IO-Socket-SSL-1.953.tar.gz' saved [8 +9807/89807] C:\perl64\packages>gunzip IO-Socket-SSL-1.953.tar.gz gunzip: IO-Socket-SSL-1.953.tar already exists; do you wish to overwri +te (y or n)? y C:\perl64\packages>tar -xvf IO-Socket-SSL-1.953.tar IO-Socket-SSL-1.953/ ... IO-Socket-SSL-1.953/MANIFEST C:\perl64\packages>cd IO-Socket-SSL-1.953 C:\perl64\packages\IO-Socket-SSL-1.953>makefile Warning: prerequisite Net::SSLeay 1.46 not found. Writing Makefile for IO::Socket::SSL C:\perl64\packages\IO-Socket-SSL-1.953>pushd .. C:\perl64\packages>wget " +IKEM/Net-SSLeay-1.55.tar.gz" --2013-07-26 14:05:58-- +IKEM/Net-SSLeay-1.55.tar.gz Resolving Connecting to||:80... connected. HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 302 Found Location: +r.gz [following] --2013-07-26 14:05:59-- +-SSLeay-1.55.tar.gz Resolving Connecting to||:80... connected. HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK Length: 394657 (385K) [application/x-gzip] Saving to: `Net-SSLeay-1.55.tar.gz' 100%[================================================================= +================================== 2013-07-26 14:05:59 (1.13 MB/s) - `Net-SSLeay-1.55.tar.gz' saved [3946 +57/394657] C:\perl64\packages>gunzip Net-SSLeay-1.55.tar.gz gunzip: Net-SSLeay-1.55.tar already exists; do you wish to overwrite ( +y or n)? y C:\perl64\packages>tar -xvf Net-SSLeay-1.55.tar Net-SSLeay-1.55/ ... Net-SSLeay-1.55/examples/ C:\perl64\packages>cd Net-SSLeay-1.55 C:\perl64\packages\Net-SSLeay-1.55>makefile Checking if your kit is complete... Looks good Warning: Guessing NAME [Net-SSLeay] from current directory name. Note (probably harmless): No library found for -lssl ### <<<<<<<<<<< +<<<<<<<< Couldn't this be packaged? *** Could not find OpenSSL If it's already installed, please set the OPENSSL_PREFIX environme +nt variable accordingly. If it isn't installed yet, get the latest ve +rsion from C:\perl64\packages\Net-SSLeay-1.55> {ABORT ATTEMPT HERE :(}

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    [choroba]: low end, in my talk, will be code that "we don't touch because it works" and noone knows why
    [choroba]: I want to present the most bizzare bugs and misfeatures I met when working for a large financial institution
    [choroba]: I already gave a similar talk to my friends in a pub and at an internal conference at work and people liked it, so maybe...
    [choroba]: LanX: That's the heritage, I can't do anything else
    [RonW]: Sounds like some system my employer has "It does exactly what we need it to do and can't afford to risk anything we can't prove is 100% compatible"
    [marto]: choroba sounds interesting
    [RonW]: james28909 Why not write a Perl program to do the task?
    [choroba]: RonW Yes, but then, one day, they needed to switch from FTP to SFTP, and... but I can't give the whole talk away here :)

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