|OPENSSL_INIT_SSL(3)||Library Functions Manual||OPENSSL_INIT_SSL(3)|
initialise the crypto and ssl libraries
options, const void *dummy);
This function is deprecated. It is never useful for any application program to call it explicitly. The library automatically calls it internally with an options argument of 0 whenever needed. It is safest to assume that any function may do so.
To enable or disable the standard configuration file, instead use OPENSSL_config(3) or OPENSSL_no_config(3), respectively. To load a non-standard configuration file, refer to CONF_modules_load_file(3).
The options argument is passed on to OPENSSL_init_crypto(3) and the dummy argument is ignored.
If this function is called more than once, none of the calls except the first one have any effect.
OPENSSL_init_ssl() is intended to return 1
on success or 0 on error.
OPENSSL_init_ssl() first appeared in
OpenSSL 1.1.0 and has been available since OpenBSD
OPENSSL_init_ssl() silently ignores even
more configuration failures than
|June 14, 2019||OpenBSD-current|