This is a discussion on Re: [openssl.org #1693] Compiling OpenSSL with mingw-w64 - Openssl ; >> Could you please test the other suggested bn_lcl.h modification? While >> you're on it... > > I cannot actually test it... I can compile and users may test. > I don't have a win64 machine. How is it tested? ...
>> Could you please test the other suggested bn_lcl.h modification? While
>> you're on it...
> I cannot actually test it... I can compile and users may test.
> I don't have a win64 machine.
How is it tested? Implicitly by an application being inter-operable with
another? Meaning that only only part of algorithms is tested...
> And I don't know how exactly I can check for speed...
Same as on unix: openssl speed
> I can send you binaries to test if you like.
I managed to produce them myself with
mingw-w64-bin_x86-64-linux_20080921.tar.bz2. Modified sha512.c is fine,
modified bn_lcl.h gives ~2x improvement. All tests pass except for the
last Whirlpool test. It's a compiler bug, because if I drop optimization
level to -O1 when compiling wp_block.c, the test passes.
>> >> Also. As NT is natively UNICODE, and there are no non-NT Win64
>> >> implementations(*), there is no reason to favor legacy ANSI interfaces.
>> >> Could you verify that it compiles and works with -DUNICODE -D_UNICODE
>> >> added to config line?
> Except one modification I had to do, updated in the patch.
Strangely enough the code in question is not compiled in VC-* build...
Basically there is no need for GetModuleHandle("avdapi32") and
consequent GetProcAddress calls, because the functions in question are
present on all WinNT *and* Win9x. On latter they do nothing, but they
are present, so that application won't suffer from startup errors if you
link them explicitly.
>> Quoting util/VC-32.pl: "As per 0.9.8 release remaining warnings were
>> explicitly examined and considered safe to ignore." It naturally does
>> not necessarily apply to HEAD, but there is awareness of the problem.
> Well... I don't run this script
I was just trying to say that the question was posed and looked into. A.
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