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#! /bin/sh

# Check that all exported symbols use the nettle prefix.

if [ -z "$srcdir" ] ; then
  srcdir=`pwd`
fi

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: ${NM:=nm}
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# * nm on aix seems to generate bogus output including random binary
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#   data. Using -g is a workaround to get rid of that. But nm -g
#   doesn't work on Solaris-2.4, so try nm -g first, and plain nm if
#   -g isn't recognized.
#
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# * gcc on x86 generates functions like __i686.get_pc_thunk.bx in pic
#   code.

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( $NM -g ../libnettle.a || $NM ../libnettle.a ) \
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    | grep ' [DRT] ' | egrep -v '( |^|\.)(\.?_?(_?nettle_)|get_pc_thunk)' \
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    | sort -k3 > test1.out

if [ -s test1.out ] ; then
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    echo Exported symbols in libnettle.a, lacking the nettle prefix:
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    cat test1.out
    exit 1
fi
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if [ -s ../libhogweed.a ] ; then
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    PATTERN='\.?_?_?nettle_|get_pc_thunk'
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    if grep '^#define.*NETTLE_USE_MINI_GMP.*1$' ../version.h >/dev/null ; then
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	PATTERN="$PATTERN|_?(mp_|mpz_|mpn_)"
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    fi
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    ( $NM -g ../libhogweed.a || $NM ../libhogweed.a ) \
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	| grep ' [DRT] ' | egrep -v "( |^|\.)($PATTERN)" \
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	| sort -k3 > test1.out

    if [ -s test1.out ] ; then
	echo Exported symbols in libhogweed.a, lacking the nettle prefix:
	cat test1.out
	exit 1
    fi
fi

exit 0