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Compiled static and shared OpenSSL v1.1.0e for MSVC 2008-2015 are now available in the Precompiled OpenSSL page. Build scripts and patches also available for anyone who wants to customize their builds.

Library names have changed upstream for v1.1.0e, but I follow the older pattern for my builds (i.e. libname[MT/MD][d]), as with the other branches.

Bear in mind that as of 02 Jan 2017 the OpenSSL team has announced that support for the 1.0.1 branch has been discontinued, so you are strongly encouraged to drop it as soon as possible and move to the latest 1.1.x branch. I will keep the latest supported version (1.0.1u) around for anyone wanting to use it.

Older versions of OpenSSL are moved in the Precompiled OpenSSL (Past Builds) page, however it is only there for archival purposes, do not use these builds for any production systems. Actually, if you are doing any serious work, you ought to build your own OpenSSL anyway.

Precompiled Qt v5.6.2 and Qt v5.7.1 now available!

I built Qt v5.6.2 and Qt v5.7.1, which you can download at the Precompiled Qt4 and Qt5 page. These releases include shared (/MD[d]) and statically (/MT[d]) compiled Qt libraries for 32- and 64-bit architectures and have support for MySQL with OpenSSL.

The builds are done with MSVC 2013 and 2015 from the official sources, older compilers are no longer supported. Time is limited and custom Qt builds to satisfy everyone are not possible. However, I can do custom builds as paid work. If you are interested and you would like to hire me, contact me at stathis@npcglib.org.

The builds are untested, so if you have issues leave me a comment, I can probably help, but don’t ask me to solve your code’s problems or configure your project from scratch. Use the Qt Forums for that. The builds here are for personal use only and I do them on my spare time. Be reasonable and go ahead and ask, I usually will try and help you anyway if time allows :)

Note also that I have moved older Qt builds to a separate Qt4 and Qt5 (Past Builds) page.

enjoy and provide your feedback.

I just finished compiling the MariaDB v5.5.54 libraries. It links against OpenSSL v1.0.2k. Older versions can be found in the MariaDB Past Builds page, while the latest builds will remain always in the Precompiled MariaDB page.

Compiled static and shared OpenSSL v1.1.0d and v1.0.2k for MSVC 2008-2015 are now available in the Precompiled OpenSSL page. Build scripts and patches as always also available for anyone who wants to customize their builds.

Library names have changed upstream for v1.1.0d, but I follow the older pattern for my builds (i.e. libname[MT/MD][d]), as with the other branches.

Bear in mind that as of 02 Jan 2017 the OpenSSL team has announced that support for the 1.0.1 branch has been discontinued, so you are strongly encouraged to drop it as soon as possible and move to the latest 1.1.x branch. I will keep the latest supported version (1.0.1u) around for anyone wanting to use it.

Older versions of OpenSSL are moved in the Precompiled OpenSSL (Past Builds) page, however it is only there for archival purposes, do not use these builds for any production systems. Actually, if you are doing any serious work, you ought to build your own OpenSSL anyway.

The latest ICU 58.2 is compiled with MSVC 2008, 2010, 2012, 2013 and 2015. The precompiled static libraries are linked against the static MSVC runtimes (/MT instead of /MD).

You can fetch it as usual in the Precompiled ICU page.
Older ICU builds are hosted in the Precompiled ICU (Past Builds) page.

Any feedback is welcome. enjoy.