My project is located on GitHub which recently switched to using TLS1.2, which is incompatible with the OpenSSL version OSX 10.8 ships with.
So I tried to build Git from sources.
I downloaded the archive, unpack it and created config.mak file where I put following:
The build finished successfully, but when I tried to run it I still received:
MyMac:dbhandler igorkorot$ /Users/igorkorot/git-2.17.0/git pull fatal: unable to access 'https://github.com/oneeyeman1/dbhandler.git/': error:1407742E:SSL routines:SSL23_GET_SERVER_HELLO:tlsv1 alert protocol version
Is there an easy way to check what version of OpenSSL will be linked if I remove the line
NO_OPENSSL=YES from the config.mak file? I will try to remove that line and do
make clean && make after that. I did update whatever the notification was suggesting, but don't know if OpenSSL was part of the update.
I just need the latest version of the library. Hopefully there is still one available for OSX 10.8.
The machine is old and I don't want to install anything extra (homebrew or such) unless absolutely necessary.