This is a discussion on Re: [openssl.org #1611] [PATCH] NetWare platform OpenSSL 0.9.8g - Openssl ; Hi Steve, >> > Patches applied. thanks again - just tested with latest 0.9.9-dev snapshot, and all builds = to completion! That's very great!! > Copying is now down with the perl script copy.pl to avoid some problems > with ...
>> > Patches applied.
thanks again - just tested with latest 0.9.9-dev snapshot, and all builds =
That's very great!!
> Copying is now down with the perl script copy.pl to avoid some problems
> with using copy.
ok, not yet checked the install target, but will soon do....
> Well the WIN32 build (and mk1mf.pl) didn't include some of the latest as=
> language files. The AES_ASM_OBJ string needed to be added in another pla=
> to avoid it adding the object suffix.
> I've now updated the WIN32 build system to use AES and some of the other
> assembly language files for SHA2 as well. You might want to do something
> similar for the netware build.
I've added the two new ones sha256 and sha512 to the NetWare build system,
and also added Andy's autodetection of nasm <-> nasmw:
now what's not clear to me is how the other sources get aware of existance=
of the sha2* asm objects?
They get created and compiled, but I didnt see a new define like -DSHA2_AS=
M which tells the *.c files to plugin the asm stuff...
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