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<pre>Thanks Michael :-)
I have now my test app and all the three Process binaries also in the same directory and opening HTTP site works :-)
However, HTTPS does not work :-(
Looking into it, it seems that WebKit uses libsoup and that uses glib-networking which in turn seems to dynamically load /usr/lib/gio/modules/libgiognutls.so with Glib's GIO infrastructure.
Now, I could make a static version, /usr/lib/gio/modules/libgiognutls.a and link into my app without problem but I have no clue how to make libsoup+glib-networking combo to use it...
What exactly are the roles of libsoup and glib-networking ?
Does libsoup handle the http or is it glib-networks job?
Could I maybe directly inject the https handling code (gnutls) to either one, without needing to use dlopen and shared GIO module libgiognutls.so ?</pre>
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