Broken: openssl/openssl#34905 (master - 5e5bc83)

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Build Update for openssl/openssl

Build: #34905
Status: Broken

Duration: 34 mins and 5 secs
Commit: 5e5bc83 (master)
Author: Richard Levitte
Message: Re-introduce legacy EVP_PKEY types for provided keys

EVP_PKEYs with provider side internal keys got the key type
EVP_PKEY_NONE.  This turned out to be too disruptive, so we try
instead to find a matching EVP_PKEY_ASN1_METHOD and use whatever
EVP_PKEY type it uses.

To make internal coding easier, we introduce a few internal macros to
distinguish what can be expected from a EVP_PKEY:

- evp_pkey_is_blank(), to detect an unassigned EVP_PKEY.
- evp_pkey_is_typed(), to detect that an EVP_PKEY has been assigned a
  type, which may be an old style type number or a EVP_KEYMGMT method.
- evp_pkey_is_assigned(), to detect that an EVP_PKEY has been assigned
  an key value.
- evp_pkey_is_legacy(), to detect that the internal EVP_PKEY key is a
  legacy one, i.e. will be handled via an EVP_PKEY_ASN1_METHOD and an
- evp_pkey_is_provided(), to detect that the internal EVP_PKEY key is
  a provider side one, i.e. will be handdled via an EVP_KEYMGMT and
  other provider methods.

This also introduces EVP_PKEY_KEYMGMT, to indicate that this EVP_PKEY
contains a provider side key for which there are no known
EVP_PKEY_ASN1_METHODs or EVP_PKEY_METHODs, i.e. these can only be
handled via EVP_KEYMGMT and other provider methods.

Fixes #11823

Reviewed-by: Matt Caswell <matt at>
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