[PATCH 25/43] Hack on the newly imported X25519 and X448 code.
ijackson at chiark.greenend.org.uk
Sun Apr 30 21:44:10 BST 2017
Mark Wooding writes ("Re: [PATCH 25/43] Hack on the newly imported X25519 and X448 code."):
> Yes. I've had another go at this, taking a different approach. There's
> still a lot of pure deletion, but I'm pretty sure we'll never want the
> stuff I've deleted, and code which doesn't exist can't have bugs in.
> I've preserved the formatting, and this time I've left in stuff which we
> don't need now but might want later (though I've ifdeffed it out because
> it won't build without some more support machinery).
Feel free to #ifdef out the pure deletion.
> The diff is still rather heavy, but most of it is the test vectors. I
> don't have a good answer for them: upstream has some elaborate machinery
> for parsing them which I really don't want to reproduce here, even in
> Perl or something. Indeed, I liked the idea so little that I prepared
> the replacement test vector files by hand.
Urgh. Maybe if the test vectors change, we do want a merge conflict
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