Compilation problems under win32 (BCB)

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Compilation problems under win32 (BCB)

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When doing ms\do_nasm I get

E:\openssl-dev.work>perl util\mkdef.pl 32 libeay  1>ms\libeay32.def
File crypto/pem/pem.h: cannot parse: DECLARE_PEM_rw_const(RSAPublicKey, RSA)
#INFO:!WIN16:RSA;
File crypto/pem/pem.h: cannot parse: DECLARE_PEM_rw_const(DSAparams, DSA)

#INFO::;
File crypto/pem/pem.h: cannot parse: DECLARE_PEM_rw_const(ECPKParameters, EC_GRO
UP)
#INFO:!WIN16:EC;
File crypto/pem/pem.h: cannot parse: DECLARE_PEM_rw_const(DHparams, DH)

#INFO::;
Warning: DSO_pathbyaddr does not have a number assigned

E:\openssl-dev.work>perl util\mkdef.pl 32 ssleay  1>ms\ssleay32.def
File crypto/pem/pem.h: cannot parse: DECLARE_PEM_rw_const(RSAPublicKey, RSA)
#INFO:!WIN16:RSA;
File crypto/pem/pem.h: cannot parse: DECLARE_PEM_rw_const(DSAparams, DSA)

#INFO::;
File crypto/pem/pem.h: cannot parse: DECLARE_PEM_rw_const(ECPKParameters, EC_GRO
UP)
#INFO:!WIN16:EC;
File crypto/pem/pem.h: cannot parse: DECLARE_PEM_rw_const(DHparams, DH)

#INFO::;

And then

E:\openssl-dev.work>make -f ms\bcb.mak
MAKE Version 5.2  Copyright (c) 1987, 2000 Borland
Error ms\bcb.mak 565: Too many rules for target 'tmp32\e_4758cca_err.h'
Error ms\bcb.mak 571: Too many rules for target 'tmp32\e_aep_err.h'
Error ms\bcb.mak 577: Too many rules for target 'tmp32\e_atalla_err.h'
Error ms\bcb.mak 583: Too many rules for target 'tmp32\e_cswift_err.h'
Error ms\bcb.mak 589: Too many rules for target 'tmp32\e_gmp_err.h'
Error ms\bcb.mak 595: Too many rules for target 'tmp32\e_chil_err.h'
Error ms\bcb.mak 601: Too many rules for target 'tmp32\e_nuron_err.h'
Error ms\bcb.mak 607: Too many rules for target 'tmp32\e_sureware_err.h'
Error ms\bcb.mak 613: Too many rules for target 'tmp32\e_ubsec_err.h'
*** 9 errors during make ***

what can be wrong?





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