[En-Nut-Discussion] include/crypto/bigint.h vs ./include/contrib/crypto/bigint.h
ole.reinhardt at embedded-it.de
Thu Apr 24 14:56:28 CEST 2014
Am 24.04.2014 12:15, schrieb Uwe Bonnes:
> I added some GPL contrib in my private branches and so added
> LICENSE_GPL3 = ""
> in my config. I know the contrib directories compiled before, but now
> I get tons of errors like:
> contrib/arm-crypto-lib/bigint/bigint.c:130:18: error: unknown type name
You run into trouble caused by the same naming of some header files,
which I was not aware of, when adding the TLS library code to the repo.
> Harald moved Thu Jan 24 12:23:51 2013 +0000
> nut/include/contrib/crypto/bigint.h | 76 ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
> nut/include/crypto/bigint.h | 76 ---------------------------------
> and Ole added Sun Mar 23 22:55:58 2014 +0000
> nut/include/crypto/bigint.h | 98 +++++++++++
> nut/include/crypto/bigint.h doesn't define bigint_t and so
> but also changed before Fri Oct 25 20:18:33 2013 +0000
> --- a/nut/contrib/arm-crypto-lib/bigint/bigint.c
> +++ b/nut/contrib/arm-crypto-lib/bigint/bigint.c
> -#include "bigint.h"
> +#include <crypto/bigint.h>
> Now the new nut/include/crypto/bigint.h is included having no definition of
These are two totally different libraries. The one from Daniel Otte
(GPL), which now lives in nut/contrib/arm-crypto-lib, and the axTLS
library (BSD), which lives int nut/crypto and nut/tls.
When enabling the GPL support, the GPLed arm-crypto-lib is compiled,
which includes its own headers of the same naming scheme.
My changes on "Fri Oct 25 20:18:33 2013 +0000" have been made to make
the arm-crypto-lib to compile along with Nut/OS at all, before it had to
be compiled seperately.
I suppose that we have to look over the makefiles and includes ones
again to make sure, the right files are included in the arm-crypto-lib.
Very likely the main problem is -I nut/include/contrib, added somewhere
in the makefiles.
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