Still Failing: openssl/openssl#27444 (master - d6e9dda)
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Mon Aug 19 05:52:07 UTC 2019
Build Update for openssl/openssl
Status: Still Failing
Duration: 29 mins and 5 secs
Commit: d6e9dda (master)
Author: Richard Levitte
Message: Untangle / retangle opensslv.h, openssslconf.h and macros.h
When openssl/macros.h is included without openssl/opensslv.h, it can't
define OPENSSL_API_4 properly (with sufficient warnings enabled, the
compiler will complain about OPENSSL_VERSION_MAJOR not being defined).
The quick fix could have been to include openssl/opensslv.h in
openssl/macros.h, but that would create a nasty include loop, since
openssl/opensslv.h includes openssl/opensslconf.h, which includes
openssl/macros.h, in an order that leads back to macro check errors.
The objective is to make these headers more independent:
- openssl/opensslconf.h should really be completely independent, as it
only defines macros for configuration values. However, it needs to
include openssl/macros.h for backward compatibility reasons. We do
this at the very end, under inclusion guards.
- openssl/macros.h is changed to include openssl/opensslconf.h, so it
gets necessary configuration values to build some macros. This will
not cause an endless inclusion loop, since opensslconf.h's inclusion
of macros.h is under guard.
- openssl/opensslv.h is changed to include openssl/macros.h instead of
Only one last piece needs to be done to make openssl/macros.h
independent from openssl/opensslv.h. We can realise that the
definition of OPENSSL_API_4 doesn't need to depend on the current
version number. There's nothing in our configuration that would have
OPENSSL_API_4 defined to 1, and if the user sets OPENSSL_API_COMPAT or
OPENSSL_API_LEVEL to a high enough value, we consider that a
deliberate and knowledgable action on their part.
Reviewed-by: Matthias St. Pierre <Matthias.St.Pierre at ncp-e.com>
(Merged from https://github.com/openssl/openssl/pull/9626)
View the changeset: https://github.com/openssl/openssl/compare/24d932ec842b...d6e9ddac0534
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