openssl is flagged as unsupported on unbound make install

Ernie Luzar luzar722 at
Tue Sep 19 15:40:34 UTC 2017

Just svn the unbound port to get most current version.
Also svn update of port system make and build files

Issuing /user/ports/dsn/unbound > make install
I get this message

"/usr/ports/Mk/Users/" line 77: You are using an unsupported SSL 
provider openssl

Just installed 11.1 & openssl pkg on this machine 2 weeks ago so openssl 
must be current.

Pkg info says openssl-1.0.21,1

Is this a problem I can fix myself in the ports tree or do I need to 
report it as a bug to the unbound port?

I was trying to do a "make config" to see if there was a compile time 
option to enable the "root zone" function which seems to be missing from 
the pkg version.

Also the "unbound-control" command is not using the port default 
location for the unbound.conf file.

Last but not least, there seems to be some crossover between the OS 
built-in local_unbound and the port version files.

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