Download OpenSSL sources and extract them with Bash:
tar -xvzf /c/Users/D-Ef/Downloads/openssl-3.0.2.tar.gz
Download NASM, open x64 Native Tools Command Prompt for VS 2022 and run the following commands:
perl Configure VC-WIN64A --prefix="%MY_INSTALL_DIR%" --openssldir="%MY_INSTALL_DIR%"
VS2015 has an exciting ability to debug a C++ application on Android Emulator, but in this article I will talk about no less exciting and more time expensive ability to debug a C++ application on a real Android device. The first thing we need to spend the time with is figuring out how to enable USB debugging mode on our Android device. On my ASUS Zenfone I need to go to Settings->About->Software Information and tap on Build Number 7 times, after that I have USB debugging check box in Settings->Developer Options that I should tap as well:
If you installed Visual Studio 2012 and all its source control related menu items shows only TFS, do not panic, Visual Studio 2012 supports Visual SourceSafe very well! The only thing that you need to do is to select source control plug-in under Tools->Options menu:
After working a little with phpDesigner, I felt that, probably, I need more complex PHP IDE. Because I previously worked with Java applications using Eclipse I decided to add PHP support to my existing Eclipse for Java EE (Helios) installation previously downloaded from http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/. I navigated to Help->Install New Software in Eclipse, selected “–All Available Sites—“, searched for “php” and got the same plugin in three different categories: