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This product includes software written by Tim * Hudson (tjh@cryptsoft.com). * */ #include <openssl/opensslconf.h> #ifndef HEADER_E_OS2_H #define HEADER_E_OS2_H #ifdef __cplusplus extern "C" { #endif /****************************************************************************** * Detect operating systems. This probably needs completing. * The result is that at least one OPENSSL_SYS_os macro should be defined. * However, if none is defined, Unix is assumed. **/ #define OPENSSL_SYS_UNIX /* ----------------------- Macintosh, before MacOS X ----------------------- */ #if defined(__MWERKS__) && defined(macintosh) || defined(OPENSSL_SYSNAME_MAC) # undef OPENSSL_SYS_UNIX # define OPENSSL_SYS_MACINTOSH_CLASSIC #endif /* ----------------------- NetWare ----------------------------------------- */ #if defined(NETWARE) || defined(OPENSSL_SYSNAME_NETWARE) # undef OPENSSL_SYS_UNIX # define OPENSSL_SYS_NETWARE #endif /* ---------------------- Microsoft operating systems ---------------------- */ /* For 32 bit environment, there seems to be the CygWin environment and then all the others that try to do the same thing Microsoft does... */ #if defined(OPENSSL_SYSNAME_UWIN) # undef OPENSSL_SYS_UNIX # define OPENSSL_SYS_WIN32_UWIN #else # if defined(__CYGWIN32__) || defined(OPENSSL_SYSNAME_CYGWIN32) # undef OPENSSL_SYS_UNIX # define OPENSSL_SYS_WIN32_CYGWIN # else # if defined(_WIN32) || defined(OPENSSL_SYSNAME_WIN32) # undef OPENSSL_SYS_UNIX # define OPENSSL_SYS_WIN32 # endif # if defined(OPENSSL_SYSNAME_WINNT) # undef OPENSSL_SYS_UNIX # define OPENSSL_SYS_WINNT # endif # if defined(OPENSSL_SYSNAME_WINCE) # undef OPENSSL_SYS_UNIX # define OPENSSL_SYS_WINCE # endif # endif #endif /* Anything that tries to look like Microsoft is "Windows" */ #if defined(OPENSSL_SYS_WIN32) || defined(OPENSSL_SYS_WINNT) || defined(OPENSSL_SYS_WINCE) # undef OPENSSL_SYS_UNIX # define OPENSSL_SYS_WINDOWS # ifndef OPENSSL_SYS_MSDOS # define OPENSSL_SYS_MSDOS # endif #endif /* DLL settings. This part is a bit tough, because it's up to the application implementor how he or she will link the application, so it requires some macro to be used. */ #ifdef OPENSSL_SYS_WINDOWS # ifndef OPENSSL_OPT_WINDLL # if defined(_WINDLL) /* This is used when building OpenSSL to indicate that DLL linkage should be used */ # define OPENSSL_OPT_WINDLL # endif # endif #endif /* -------------------------------- OpenVMS -------------------------------- */ #if defined(__VMS) || defined(VMS) || defined(OPENSSL_SYSNAME_VMS) # undef OPENSSL_SYS_UNIX # define OPENSSL_SYS_VMS # if defined(__DECC) # define OPENSSL_SYS_VMS_DECC # elif defined(__DECCXX) # define OPENSSL_SYS_VMS_DECC # define OPENSSL_SYS_VMS_DECCXX # else # define OPENSSL_SYS_VMS_NODECC # endif #endif /* --------------------------------- OS/2 ---------------------------------- */ #if defined(__EMX__) || defined(__OS2__) # undef OPENSSL_SYS_UNIX # define OPENSSL_SYS_OS2 #endif /* --------------------------------- Unix ---------------------------------- */ #ifdef OPENSSL_SYS_UNIX # if defined(linux) || defined(__linux__) || defined(OPENSSL_SYSNAME_LINUX) # define OPENSSL_SYS_LINUX # endif # ifdef OPENSSL_SYSNAME_MPE # define OPENSSL_SYS_MPE # endif # ifdef OPENSSL_SYSNAME_SNI # define OPENSSL_SYS_SNI # endif # ifdef OPENSSL_SYSNAME_ULTRASPARC # define OPENSSL_SYS_ULTRASPARC # endif # ifdef OPENSSL_SYSNAME_NEWS4 # define OPENSSL_SYS_NEWS4 # endif # ifdef OPENSSL_SYSNAME_MACOSX # define OPENSSL_SYS_MACOSX # endif # ifdef OPENSSL_SYSNAME_MACOSX_RHAPSODY # define OPENSSL_SYS_MACOSX_RHAPSODY # define OPENSSL_SYS_MACOSX # endif # ifdef OPENSSL_SYSNAME_SUNOS # define OPENSSL_SYS_SUNOS #endif # if defined(_CRAY) || defined(OPENSSL_SYSNAME_CRAY) # define OPENSSL_SYS_CRAY # endif # if defined(_AIX) || defined(OPENSSL_SYSNAME_AIX) # define OPENSSL_SYS_AIX # endif #endif /* --------------------------------- VOS ----------------------------------- */ #ifdef OPENSSL_SYSNAME_VOS # define OPENSSL_SYS_VOS #endif /* ------------------------------- VxWorks --------------------------------- */ #ifdef OPENSSL_SYSNAME_VXWORKS # define OPENSSL_SYS_VXWORKS #endif /** * That's it for OS-specific stuff *****************************************************************************/ /* Specials for I/O an exit */ #ifdef OPENSSL_SYS_MSDOS # define OPENSSL_UNISTD_IO <io.h> # define OPENSSL_DECLARE_EXIT extern void exit(int); #else # define OPENSSL_UNISTD_IO OPENSSL_UNISTD # define OPENSSL_DECLARE_EXIT /* declared in unistd.h */ #endif /* Definitions of OPENSSL_GLOBAL and OPENSSL_EXTERN, to define and declare certain global symbols that, with some compilers under VMS, have to be defined and declared explicitely with globaldef and globalref. Definitions of OPENSSL_EXPORT and OPENSSL_IMPORT, to define and declare DLL exports and imports for compilers under Win32. These are a little more complicated to use. Basically, for any library that exports some global variables, the following code must be present in the header file that declares them, before OPENSSL_EXTERN is used: #ifdef SOME_BUILD_FLAG_MACRO # undef OPENSSL_EXTERN # define OPENSSL_EXTERN OPENSSL_EXPORT #endif The default is to have OPENSSL_EXPORT, OPENSSL_IMPORT and OPENSSL_GLOBAL have some generally sensible values, and for OPENSSL_EXTERN to have the value OPENSSL_IMPORT. */ #if defined(OPENSSL_SYS_VMS_NODECC) # define OPENSSL_EXPORT globalref # define OPENSSL_IMPORT globalref # define OPENSSL_GLOBAL globaldef #elif defined(OPENSSL_SYS_WINDOWS) && defined(OPENSSL_OPT_WINDLL) # define OPENSSL_EXPORT extern __declspec(dllexport) # define OPENSSL_IMPORT extern __declspec(dllimport) # define OPENSSL_GLOBAL #else # define OPENSSL_EXPORT extern # define OPENSSL_IMPORT extern # define OPENSSL_GLOBAL #endif #define OPENSSL_EXTERN OPENSSL_IMPORT /* Macros to allow global variables to be reached through function calls when required (if a shared library version requvres it, for example. The way it's done allows definitions like this: // in foobar.c OPENSSL_IMPLEMENT_GLOBAL(int,foobar) = 0; // in foobar.h OPENSSL_DECLARE_GLOBAL(int,foobar); #define foobar OPENSSL_GLOBAL_REF(foobar) */ #ifdef OPENSSL_EXPORT_VAR_AS_FUNCTION # define OPENSSL_IMPLEMENT_GLOBAL(type,name) \ extern type _hide_##name; \ type *_shadow_##name(void) { return &_hide_##name; } \ static type _hide_##name # define OPENSSL_DECLARE_GLOBAL(type,name) type *_shadow_##name(void) # define OPENSSL_GLOBAL_REF(name) (*(_shadow_##name())) #else # define OPENSSL_IMPLEMENT_GLOBAL(type,name) OPENSSL_GLOBAL type _shadow_##name # define OPENSSL_DECLARE_GLOBAL(type,name) OPENSSL_EXPORT type _shadow_##name # define OPENSSL_GLOBAL_REF(name) _shadow_##name #endif #ifdef __cplusplus } #endif #endif