Commit 136c422d authored by Niels Möller's avatar Niels Möller
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Rev: src/nettle/ChangeLog:1.149
parent 10e2207b
2002-11-15 Niels Mller <>
* testsuite/testutils.h (LDATA): Use sizeof instead of strlen. Now
handles strings including NUL-characters. But works only with
literals and character arrays, no char pointers.
(LLENGTH): New macro, computing length the same way as LDATA.
* testsuite/sexp-test.c (test_main): Test sexp_iterator_get_uint32.
* testsuite/sexp-format-test.c (test_main): Check that %i and %b
generate leading zeroes when needed. Check that %b handles
negative numbers.
* testsuite/rsa2sexp-test.c (test_main): Updated test, one leading
zero is needed in the private key expression. In verbose mode,
print the generated keys.
* testsuite/sexp2rsa-test.c (test_main): Added a leading zero in
the private key expression.
* testsuite/bignum-test.c (test_bignum): Use
(test_size): New function.
(test_main): Test size computation and formatting of negative
* sexp2bignum.c (nettle_mpz_set_sexp): Use
nettle_mpz_set_str_256_s, to handle negative numbers correctly.
* sexp-format.c (sexp_vformat): For %i, output a leading zero when
needed to get a correct, positive, sign. For %b, use
nettle_mpz_sizeinbase_256_s, to handle negative numbers properly.
* bignum.c (nettle_mpz_sizeinbase_256_s): New function.
(nettle_mpz_sizeinbase_256_u): New name, was
nettle_mpz_sizeinbase_256. Updated all callers.
(nettle_mpz_to_octets): New function.
(nettle_mpz_get_str_256): Handle negative numbers.
(nettle_mpz_from_octets): New function.
(nettle_mpz_set_str_256_u): New name, was nettle_mpz_set_str_256.
(nettle_mpz_init_set_str_256_u): New name, was
(nettle_mpz_set_str_256_s): New function, handling negative two's
complement numbers.
(nettle_mpz_init_set_str_256_s): And an init variant.
* sexp.c (sexp_iterator_get_uint32): New function.
2002-11-10 Niels Mller <>
* testsuite/sexp-conv-test: Use input files without any trailing
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