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Marcus Hoffmann
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Sep 21, 2016
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Niels Möller
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Fix a few minor documentation typos.
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@@ -4260,7 +4260,7 @@ Deallocate storage.
Check that the given coordinates represent a point on the curve. If so,
the coordinates are copied and converted to internal representation, and
the function returns 1. Otherwise, it returns 0. Currently, the
infinity point (or zero point, with additive notation) i
s
not allowed.
infinity point (or zero point, with additive notation) i
s
not allowed.
@end deftypefun
@deftypefun void ecc
_
point
_
get (const struct ecc
_
point *@var
{
p
}
, mpz
_
t @var
{
x
}
, mpz
_
t @var
{
y
}
)
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@@ -4355,11 +4355,11 @@ the the curve equation can be solved for @math{y}. The other half
correspond to points on a related ``twist curve''. The function
@code
{
curve25519
_
mul
}
uses a Montgomery ladder for the scalar
multiplication, as suggested in the curve25519 literature, and required
by @cite
{
RFC 7748
}
.
Its t
he output is therefore well defined for
by @cite
{
RFC 7748
}
.
T
he output is therefore well defined for
@emph
{
all
}
possible inputs, no matter if the input string represents a
valid point on the curve or not.
Note that the curve25519 implementation in earlier versions
from
Nettle
Note that the curve25519 implementation in earlier versions
of
Nettle
deviates slightly from @cite
{
RFC 7748
}
, in that bit 255 of the @math
{
x
}
coordinate of the point input to curve25519
_
mul was not ignored. The
@file
{
nette/curve25519.h
}
defines a preprocessor symbol
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