(mirrored on github)

todo is done :) building openssl on osx seems to have improved at some point


@@ -7,26 +7,3 @@ without the overhead of a full on git repository management tool like
* Implement [smart http protocol][] so things like `cargo install --git` will work. (Cargo uses libgit2 which doesn't
support the dumb http protocol. May as well support the smart http protocol
(assuming it's not too difficult) instead of requiring a separate http server
for it.)
[smart http protocol]:
## Developing
If building on OS X with a `homebrew` installed copy of OpenSSL you'll need to
specify where this is to enable building `libssh2-sys` and `openssl-sys-extras`.
Use something like:
OPENSSL_ROOT_DIR=`brew --prefix openssl` \
OPENSSL_LIB_DIR=`brew --prefix openssl`/lib \
OPENSSL_INCLUDE_DIR=`brew --prefix openssl`/include \
cargo build