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For an obscure reason, and since a couple of days, when I open a specific (large) projet in Delphi XE2 GUI (project exists since 2005 !), I get three times this popup (I translate it from french) :

Ordinal 132 can't be found in DLL SSLEAY32.DLL

I can continue to work but wonder what this means and if have to correct it.

The SSLEAY32.DLL which is in this project directory (and used in the project) is date 6th Decembre 2010, size 298496
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Sinisa Vuk earned 500 total points
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You have wrong indy ssl dlls. Try to download few more and test it, one should suit you:
http://www.openssl.org/source/
http://slproweb.com/products/Win32OpenSSL.html
Maybe delphi overwrite old ones. It is best to store these ssl dlls in application folder.
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by:LeTay
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I wonder how I suddently have some thing wrong, when I didn't make any upgrade since years...
The SSLEAY32.DLL I use IS STORED in the application folder so ?
For info, its size is 298496 bytes
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by:Sinisa Vuk
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If you compile project again - (maybe in new delphi) - new indy components are used - so error may come this way.
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by:LeTay
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I found the "guilty"
After opening my project in Delphi XE2, I started the process explorer and asked it to locate those process using at that instant ssleay32.dll
I found that BDS used it, and also ... avast! and a few others.
The DLL used was the one located in the avast directory !!!
I deinstalled avast, reboot and now Delphi XE2 opens the one installed by Delphi in the subversion directory.
Much better, no error
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