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/* ecc.h */

/* nettle, low-level cryptographics library
 *
 * Copyright (C) 2013 Niels Möller
 *  
 * The nettle library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
 * it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License as published by
 * the Free Software Foundation; either version 2.1 of the License, or (at your
 * option) any later version.
 * 
 * The nettle library is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but
 * WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY
 * or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the GNU Lesser General Public
 * License for more details.
 * 
 * You should have received a copy of the GNU Lesser General Public License
 * along with the nettle library; see the file COPYING.LIB.  If not, write to
 * the Free Software Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston,
 * MA 02111-1301, USA.
 */

/* Development of Nettle's ECC support was funded by Internetfonden. */

#ifndef NETTLE_ECC_H_INCLUDED
#define NETTLE_ECC_H_INCLUDED

#include <stdint.h>

#include <gmp.h>

#ifdef __cplusplus
extern "C" {
#endif

/* Name mangling */
#define ecc_size nettle_ecc_size
#define ecc_size_a nettle_ecc_size_a
#define ecc_size_j nettle_ecc_size_j
#define ecc_a_to_a_itch nettle_ecc_a_to_a_itch
#define ecc_a_to_a nettle_ecc_a_to_a
#define ecc_a_to_j nettle_ecc_a_to_j
#define ecc_j_to_a_itch nettle_ecc_j_to_a_itch
#define ecc_j_to_a nettle_ecc_j_to_a
#define ecc_dup_ja_itch nettle_ecc_dup_ja_itch
#define ecc_dup_ja nettle_ecc_dup_ja
#define ecc_dup_jj_itch nettle_ecc_dup_jj_itch
#define ecc_dup_jj nettle_ecc_dup_jj
#define ecc_add_jja_itch nettle_ecc_add_jja_itch
#define ecc_add_jja nettle_ecc_add_jja
#define ecc_add_jjj_itch nettle_ecc_add_jjj_itch
#define ecc_add_jjj nettle_ecc_add_jjj
#define ecc_mul_g_itch nettle_ecc_mul_g_itch
#define ecc_mul_g nettle_ecc_mul_g
#define ecc_mul_a_itch nettle_ecc_mul_a_itch
#define ecc_mul_a nettle_ecc_mul_a

struct ecc_curve;

/* Points on a curve are represented as arrays of mp_limb_t. For some
   curves, point coordinates are represented in montgomery form. We
   use either affine coordinates x,y, or Jacobian coordinates X, Y, Z,
   where x = X/Z^2 and y = X/Z^2.

   Since we use additive notation for the groups, the infinity point
   on the curve is denoted 0. The infinity point can be represented
   with x = y = 0 in affine coordinates, and Z = 0 in Jacobian
   coordinates. However, note that most of the ECC functions do *not*
   support infinity as an input or output.
*/

/* FIXME: Also provided some compile time constants? */

/* Returns the size of a single coordinate. */
mp_size_t
ecc_size (const struct ecc_curve *ecc);

/* Size of a point, using affine coordinates x, y. */
mp_size_t
ecc_size_a (const struct ecc_curve *ecc);

/* Size of a point, using jacobian coordinates X, Y and Z. */
mp_size_t
ecc_size_j (const struct ecc_curve *ecc);

/* FIXME: Rename the low-level (and side-channel silent) functions to
   _ecc_*, and provide public ecc_* functions which handle the
   infinity points properly? */

/* Converts the affine coordinates of a point into montgomery form, if
   used for this curve. */
mp_size_t
ecc_a_to_a_itch (const struct ecc_curve *ecc);
void
ecc_a_to_a (const struct ecc_curve *ecc,
	    mp_limb_t *r, const mp_limb_t *p,
	    mp_limb_t *scratch);

/* Converts a point P in affine coordinates into a point R in jacobian
   coordinates. If INITIAL is non-zero, and the curve uses montgomery
   coordinates, also convert coordinates to montgomery form. */
void
ecc_a_to_j (const struct ecc_curve *ecc,
	    int initial,
	    mp_limb_t *r, const mp_limb_t *p);

/* Converts a point P in jacobian coordinates into a point R in affine
   coordinates. If FLAGS has bit 0 set, and the curve uses montgomery
   coordinates, also undo the montgomery conversion. If flags has bit
   1 set, produce x coordinate only. */
mp_size_t
ecc_j_to_a_itch (const struct ecc_curve *ecc);
void
ecc_j_to_a (const struct ecc_curve *ecc,
	    int flags,
	    mp_limb_t *r, const mp_limb_t *p,
	    mp_limb_t *scratch);

/* Group operations */


/* Point doubling, with jacobian output and affine input. Corner
   cases: Correctly sets R = 0 (r_Z = 0) if p = 0 or 2p = 0. */
mp_size_t
ecc_dup_ja_itch (const struct ecc_curve *ecc);
void
ecc_dup_ja (const struct ecc_curve *ecc,
	    mp_limb_t *r, const mp_limb_t *p,
	    mp_limb_t *scratch);

/* Point doubling, with jacobian input and output. Corner cases:
   Correctly sets R = 0 (r_Z = 0) if p = 0 or 2p = 0. */
mp_size_t
ecc_dup_jj_itch (const struct ecc_curve *ecc);
void
ecc_dup_jj (const struct ecc_curve *ecc,
	    mp_limb_t *r, const mp_limb_t *p,
	    mp_limb_t *scratch);


/* Point addition, with jacobian output, one jacobian input and one
   affine input. Corner cases: Fails for the cases

     P = Q != 0                       Duplication of non-zero point
     P = 0, Q != 0 or P != 0, Q = 0   One input zero
   
     Correctly gives R = 0 if P = Q = 0 or P = -Q. */
mp_size_t
ecc_add_jja_itch (const struct ecc_curve *ecc);
void
ecc_add_jja (const struct ecc_curve *ecc,
	     mp_limb_t *r, const mp_limb_t *p, const mp_limb_t *q,
	     mp_limb_t *scratch);

/* Point addition with Jacobian input and output. */
mp_size_t
ecc_add_jjj_itch (const struct ecc_curve *ecc);
void
ecc_add_jjj (const struct ecc_curve *ecc,
	     mp_limb_t *r, const mp_limb_t *p, const mp_limb_t *q,
	     mp_limb_t *scratch);


/* Computes N * the group generator. N is an array of ecc_size()
   limbs. It must be in the range 0 < N < group order, then R != 0,
   and the algorithm can work without any intermediate values getting
   to zero. */ 
mp_size_t
ecc_mul_g_itch (const struct ecc_curve *ecc);
void
ecc_mul_g (const struct ecc_curve *ecc, mp_limb_t *r,
	   const mp_limb_t *np, mp_limb_t *scratch);

/* Computes N * P. The scalar N is the same as for ecc_mul_g. P is a
   non-zero point on the curve, in affine coordinates. Pass a non-zero
   INITIAL if the point coordinates have not previously been converted
   to Montgomery representation. Output R is a non-zero point, in
   Jacobian coordinates. */
mp_size_t
ecc_mul_a_itch (const struct ecc_curve *ecc);
void
ecc_mul_a (const struct ecc_curve *ecc,
	   int initial, mp_limb_t *r,
	   const mp_limb_t *np, const mp_limb_t *p,
	   mp_limb_t *scratch);

#ifdef __cplusplus
}
#endif

#endif /* NETTLE_ECC_H_INCLUDED */