[openssl-users] Query for Openssl-1.1.0.
write2mukesh84 at gmail.com
Fri Nov 18 15:16:23 UTC 2016
Thanks Matt for quick reply.
If there is not way to get the sizeof(XYZ), then yes application code will
Actually since application is quite old and base is large, I am sure, will
get more such instance.
Hence before proceeding, wanted to confirm that there is no way with new
openssl to get size and no api is provided to achieve same.
On 18 November 2016 at 20:03, Matt Caswell <matt at openssl.org> wrote:
> On 18/11/16 14:30, Mukesh Yadav wrote:
> > HI,
> > I am updating a solution from openssl-1.0.2 to openssl-1.1.0.
> > Here I see most of earlier definations of struct
> > like EVP_PKEY_CTX/HMAC_CTX are made local within Openssl.
> > To access, thier internal struct member, new API's are introduced.
> > Ex. const EVP_CIPHER *test = EVP_des_cbc();
> > int a = test->ctx_size;
> > This old code doesnt work with new Openssl-1.1.0.
> > To get this working, code need to be changed to
> > int a = EVP_CIPHER_impl_ctx_size(EVP_des_cbc());
> > Similarly facing issue while using sizeof(HMAC_CTX).
> > After browing/grep inside openssl-1.1.0, didnt saw any replacement
> > for using code like sizeof(HMAC_CTX) outside library from application..
> > Error:
> > a.c:24: error: invalid application of 'sizeof' to incomplete type
> > Any pointer for resolving this, will be helpful.
> > Thanks in advance..
> Why do you need to know this size? Can your code be rewritten to not
> need it?
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