Change names of ordinals and libs, libeay => libcrypto and ssleay => libssl
authorRichard Levitte <levitte@openssl.org>
Thu, 3 Mar 2016 11:42:01 +0000 (12:42 +0100)
committerRichard Levitte <levitte@openssl.org>
Sat, 5 Mar 2016 08:02:33 +0000 (09:02 +0100)
Reviewed-by: Rich Salz <rsalz@openssl.org>
19 files changed:
Configurations/README.design
Configure
INSTALL.WIN
Makefile.in
doc/crypto/OPENSSL_init_crypto.pod
ms/32all.bat
ms/do_ms.bat
ms/do_nasm.bat
ms/do_nt.bat
ms/do_win64a.bat
ms/do_win64i.bat
ms/mw.bat
ms/testce.bat
test/recipes/01-test_ordinals.t
util/do_ms.sh
util/mkdef.pl
util/pl/BC-32.pl
util/pl/VC-32.pl
util/pl/netware.pl

index 8b94e22..5a28ef3 100644 (file)
@@ -296,12 +296,12 @@ section above would be digested into a %unified_info table:
                 "libcrypto" =>
                     [
                         "crypto",
-                        "util/libeay.num",
+                        "util/libcrypto.num",
                     ],
                 "libssl" =>
                     [
                         "ssl",
-                        "util/ssleay.num",
+                        "util/libssl.num",
                     ],
             },
         "programs" =>
@@ -442,7 +442,7 @@ etc.
                   this library.  'ordinals' MAY be present, and when
                   it is, its value is an array where the word is
                   "crypto" or "ssl" and the file is one of the ordinal
-                  files util/libeay.num or util/ssleay.num in the
+                  files util/libcrypto.num or util/libssl.num in the
                   source directory.
 
                   This function has a choice; it can use the
@@ -515,7 +515,7 @@ following calls:
                  lib => "libssl",
                  objs => [ "ssl/tls.o" ],
                  deps => [ "libcrypto" ]
-                 ordinals => [ "ssl", "util/ssleay.num" ]);
+                 ordinals => [ "ssl", "util/libssl.num" ]);
 
     obj2lib(lib => "libssl"
             objs => [ "ssl/tls.o" ]);
index cf49023..305820b 100755 (executable)
--- a/Configure
+++ b/Configure
@@ -1457,9 +1457,9 @@ EOF
                 my %known_ordinals =
                     (
                      crypto =>
-                     cleanfile($sourced, catfile("util", "libeay.num"), $blddir),
+                     cleanfile($sourced, catfile("util", "libcrypto.num"), $blddir),
                      ssl =>
-                     cleanfile($sourced, catfile("util", "ssleay.num"), $blddir)
+                     cleanfile($sourced, catfile("util", "libssl.num"), $blddir)
                     );
                 my $o = $known_ordinals{$_};
                 die "Ordinals for $ddest defined more than once\n"
@@ -1815,11 +1815,11 @@ BEGIN
            VALUE "FileDescription", "OpenSSL Shared Library\\0"
            VALUE "FileVersion", "$config{version}\\0"
 #if defined(CRYPTO)
-           VALUE "InternalName", "libeay32\\0"
-           VALUE "OriginalFilename", "libeay32.dll\\0"
+           VALUE "InternalName", "libcrypto32\\0"
+           VALUE "OriginalFilename", "libcrypto32.dll\\0"
 #elif defined(SSL)
-           VALUE "InternalName", "ssleay32\\0"
-           VALUE "OriginalFilename", "ssleay32.dll\\0"
+           VALUE "InternalName", "libssl32\\0"
+           VALUE "OriginalFilename", "libssl32.dll\\0"
 #endif
            VALUE "ProductName", "The OpenSSL Toolkit\\0"
            VALUE "ProductVersion", "$config{version}\\0"
index d579238..084388e 100644 (file)
@@ -80,7 +80,7 @@
  By default in 1.1.0 OpenSSL will compile builtin ENGINES into separate shared
  libraries. If you specify the "enable-static-engine" option on the command line
  to Configure the shared library build (ms\ntdll.mak) will compile the engines
- into libeay32.dll instead.
+ into libcrypto32.dll instead.
 
  You can also build a static version of the library using the Makefile
  ms\nt.mak
    possible targets include x86_64-w64-mingw32- and i686-w64-mingw32-.
 
    libcrypto.a and libssl.a are the static libraries. To use the DLLs,
-   link with libeay32.a and libssl32.a instead.
+   link with libcrypto32.a and libssl32.a instead.
 
  Linking your application
  ------------------------
index 4286eb9..9fcdb39 100644 (file)
@@ -510,10 +510,10 @@ errors:
        $(PERL) util/mkerr.pl -recurse -write
        (cd engines; $(MAKE) PERL=$(PERL) errors)
 
-ordinals: util/libeay.num util/ssleay.num test_ordinals TABLE
-util/libeay.num::
+ordinals: util/libcrypto.num util/libssl.num test_ordinals TABLE
+util/libcrypto.num::
        $(PERL) util/mkdef.pl crypto update
-util/ssleay.num::
+util/libssl.num::
        $(PERL) util/mkdef.pl ssl update
 test_ordinals:
        TOP=$(TOP) PERL=$(PERL) $(PERL) test/run_tests.pl test_ordinals
index 4da6551..e701b1d 100644 (file)
@@ -199,7 +199,7 @@ object can be released with OPENSSL_INIT_free() when done.
 Resources local to a thread are deallocated automatically when the thread exits
 (e.g. in a pthreads environment, when pthread_exit() is called). On Windows
 platforms this is done in response to a DLL_THREAD_DETACH message being sent to
-the libeay32.dll entry point. Some windows functions may cause threads to exit
+the libcrypto32.dll entry point. Some windows functions may cause threads to exit
 without sending this message (for example ExitProcess()). If the application
 uses such functions, then the application must free up OpenSSL resources
 directly via a call to OPENSSL_thread_stop(). Similarly this message will
index aaab9b0..309dfd9 100755 (executable)
@@ -6,8 +6,8 @@ perl util\mk1mf.pl %OPTS% debug VC-WIN32 >d32.mak
 perl util\mk1mf.pl %OPTS% VC-WIN32 >32.mak
 perl util\mk1mf.pl %OPTS% debug dll VC-WIN32 >d32dll.mak
 perl util\mk1mf.pl %OPTS% dll VC-WIN32 >32dll.mak
-perl util\mkdef.pl 32 libeay > ms\libeay32.def
-perl util\mkdef.pl 32 ssleay > ms\ssleay32.def
+perl util\mkdef.pl 32 libcrypto > ms\libcrypto32.def
+perl util\mkdef.pl 32 libssl > ms\libssl32.def
 
 nmake -f d32.mak
 @if errorlevel 1 goto end
index 55014d3..396395f 100755 (executable)
@@ -7,5 +7,5 @@ perl util\mk1mf.pl no-asm VC-CE >ms\ce.mak
 perl util\mk1mf.pl dll no-asm VC-CE >ms\cedll.mak
 :skipce
 
-perl util\mkdef.pl 32 libeay > ms\libeay32.def
-perl util\mkdef.pl 32 ssleay > ms\ssleay32.def
+perl util\mkdef.pl 32 libcrypto > ms\libcrypto32.def
+perl util\mkdef.pl 32 libssl > ms\libssl32.def
index 7b3f3ed..b75ac14 100755 (executable)
@@ -4,5 +4,5 @@ perl util\mk1mf.pl nasm VC-WIN32 >ms\nt.mak
 perl util\mk1mf.pl dll nasm VC-WIN32 >ms\ntdll.mak
 perl util\mk1mf.pl nasm BC-NT >ms\bcb.mak
 
-perl util\mkdef.pl 32 libeay > ms\libeay32.def
-perl util\mkdef.pl 32 ssleay > ms\ssleay32.def
+perl util\mkdef.pl 32 libcrypto > ms\libcrypto32.def
+perl util\mkdef.pl 32 libssl > ms\libssl32.def
index e2d525e..77e7ea6 100755 (executable)
@@ -3,5 +3,5 @@ perl util\mkfiles.pl >MINFO
 perl util\mk1mf.pl no-asm VC-NT >ms\nt.mak
 perl util\mk1mf.pl dll no-asm VC-NT >ms\ntdll.mak
 
-perl util\mkdef.pl libeay NT > ms\libeay32.def
-perl util\mkdef.pl ssleay NT > ms\ssleay32.def
+perl util\mkdef.pl libcrypto NT > ms\libcrypto32.def
+perl util\mkdef.pl libssl NT > ms\libssl32.def
index 8768dc6..6219a48 100755 (executable)
@@ -15,5 +15,5 @@ ml64 -c -Foms\uptable.obj ms\uptable.asm
 perl util\mk1mf.pl VC-WIN64A >ms\nt.mak
 perl util\mk1mf.pl dll VC-WIN64A >ms\ntdll.mak
 
-perl util\mkdef.pl 32 libeay > ms\libeay32.def
-perl util\mkdef.pl 32 ssleay > ms\ssleay32.def
+perl util\mkdef.pl 32 libcrypto > ms\libcrypto32.def
+perl util\mkdef.pl 32 libssl > ms\libssl32.def
index 088f5e1..d542d85 100755 (executable)
@@ -5,5 +5,5 @@ ias -o ms\uptable.obj ms\uptable.asm
 perl util\mk1mf.pl VC-WIN64I >ms\nt.mak
 perl util\mk1mf.pl dll VC-WIN64I >ms\ntdll.mak
 
-perl util\mkdef.pl 32 libeay > ms\libeay32.def
-perl util\mkdef.pl 32 ssleay > ms\ssleay32.def
+perl util\mkdef.pl 32 libcrypto > ms\libcrypto32.def
+perl util\mkdef.pl 32 libssl > ms\libssl32.def
index 35e00a4..b844a08 100644 (file)
--- a/ms/mw.bat
+++ b/ms/mw.bat
@@ -5,9 +5,9 @@
 perl util\mkfiles.pl >MINFO
 perl util\mk1mf.pl Mingw32 >ms\mingw32.mak
 @rem DLL definition files
-perl util\mkdef.pl 32 libeay >ms\libeay32.def
+perl util\mkdef.pl 32 libcrypto >ms\libcrypto32.def
 if errorlevel 1 goto end
-perl util\mkdef.pl 32 ssleay >ms\ssleay32.def
+perl util\mkdef.pl 32 libssl >ms\libssl32.def
 if errorlevel 1 goto end
 
 @rem Build the libraries
@@ -15,9 +15,9 @@ make -f ms/mingw32.mak
 if errorlevel 1 goto end
 
 @rem Generate the DLLs and input libraries
-dllwrap --dllname libeay32.dll --output-lib out/libeay32.a --def ms/libeay32.def out/libcrypto.a -lws2_32 -lgdi32
+dllwrap --dllname libcrypto32.dll --output-lib out/libcrypto32.a --def ms/libcrypto32.def out/libcrypto.a -lws2_32 -lgdi32
 if errorlevel 1 goto end
-dllwrap --dllname libssl32.dll --output-lib out/libssl32.a --def ms/ssleay32.def out/libssl.a out/libeay32.a
+dllwrap --dllname libssl32.dll --output-lib out/libssl32.a --def ms/libssl32.def out/libssl.a out/libcrypto32.a
 if errorlevel 1 goto end
 
 echo Done compiling OpenSSL
index 9b309e4..c860232 100644 (file)
@@ -13,8 +13,8 @@ set CERUN_PASS_ENV=OPENSSL_CONF HOME
 rem run this from inside the bin directory
 
 rem Copy the DLL's (though they'll only exist if we're in out32dll)
-if exist libeay32.dll cecopy libeay32.dll CE:\OpenSSL
-if exist ssleay32.dll cecopy ssleay32.dll CE:\OpenSSL
+if exist libcrypto32.dll cecopy libcrypto32.dll CE:\OpenSSL
+if exist libssl32.dll cecopy libssl32.dll CE:\OpenSSL
 
 echo rsa_test
 call %test%\testce2 rsa_test
index ffda0f7..070181d 100755 (executable)
@@ -59,8 +59,8 @@ setup("test_ordinals");
 
 plan tests => 2;
 
-ok(testordinals(srctop_file("util", "libeay.num")), "Test libeay.num");
-ok(testordinals(srctop_file("util", "ssleay.num")), "Test ssleay.num");
+ok(testordinals(srctop_file("util", "libcrypto.num")), "Test libcrypto.num");
+ok(testordinals(srctop_file("util", "libssl.num")), "Test libssl.num");
 
 sub testordinals
 {
index 515b074..e82fc11 100755 (executable)
@@ -13,7 +13,7 @@ perl util/mk1mf.pl dll VC-WIN32 >ms/ntdll.mak
 perl util/mk1mf.pl Mingw32 >ms/mingw32.mak
 perl util/mk1mf.pl Mingw32-files >ms/mingw32f.mak
 
-perl util/mkdef.pl 16 libeay > ms/libeay16.def
-perl util/mkdef.pl 32 libeay > ms/libeay32.def
-perl util/mkdef.pl 16 ssleay > ms/ssleay16.def
-perl util/mkdef.pl 32 ssleay > ms/ssleay32.def
+perl util/mkdef.pl 16 libcrypto > ms/libcrypto16.def
+perl util/mkdef.pl 32 libcrypto > ms/libcrypto32.def
+perl util/mkdef.pl 16 libssl > ms/libssl16.def
+perl util/mkdef.pl 32 libssl > ms/libssl32.def
index 409a390..07117e9 100755 (executable)
@@ -5,7 +5,7 @@
 # It does this by parsing the header files and looking for the
 # prototyped functions: it then prunes the output.
 #
-# Intermediary files are created, call libeay.num and ssleay.num,
+# Intermediary files are created, call libcrypto.num and libssl.num,
 # The format of these files is:
 #
 #      routine-name    nnnn    vers    info
@@ -44,8 +44,8 @@ use File::Spec::Functions;
 
 my $debug=0;
 
-my $crypto_num= catfile($config{sourcedir},"util","libeay.num");
-my $ssl_num=    catfile($config{sourcedir},"util","ssleay.num");
+my $crypto_num= catfile($config{sourcedir},"util","libcrypto.num");
+my $ssl_num=    catfile($config{sourcedir},"util","libssl.num");
 my $libname;
 
 my $do_update = 0;
@@ -159,12 +159,12 @@ foreach (@ARGV, split(/ /, $config{options}))
                $zlib = 1;
        }
 
-       $do_ssl=1 if $_ eq "ssleay";
+       $do_ssl=1 if $_ eq "libssl";
        if ($_ eq "ssl") {
                $do_ssl=1; 
                $libname=$_
        }
-       $do_crypto=1 if $_ eq "libeay";
+       $do_crypto=1 if $_ eq "libcrypto";
        if ($_ eq "crypto") {
                $do_crypto=1;
                $libname=$_;
@@ -202,10 +202,10 @@ foreach (@ARGV, split(/ /, $config{options}))
 
 if (!$libname) { 
        if ($do_ssl) {
-               $libname="SSLEAY";
+               $libname="LIBSSL";
        }
        if ($do_crypto) {
-               $libname="LIBEAY";
+               $libname="LIBCRYPTO";
        }
 }
 
@@ -299,34 +299,34 @@ $crypto.=" include/openssl/kdf.h";
 
 my $symhacks="include/openssl/symhacks.h";
 
-my @ssl_symbols = &do_defs("SSLEAY", $ssl, $symhacks);
-my @crypto_symbols = &do_defs("LIBEAY", $crypto, $symhacks);
+my @ssl_symbols = &do_defs("LIBSSL", $ssl, $symhacks);
+my @crypto_symbols = &do_defs("LIBCRYPTO", $crypto, $symhacks);
 
 if ($do_update) {
 
 if ($do_ssl == 1) {
 
-       &maybe_add_info("SSLEAY",*ssl_list,@ssl_symbols);
+       &maybe_add_info("LIBSSL",*ssl_list,@ssl_symbols);
        if ($do_rewrite == 1) {
                open(OUT, ">$ssl_num");
-               &rewrite_numbers(*OUT,"SSLEAY",*ssl_list,@ssl_symbols);
+               &rewrite_numbers(*OUT,"LIBSSL",*ssl_list,@ssl_symbols);
        } else {
                open(OUT, ">>$ssl_num");
        }
-       &update_numbers(*OUT,"SSLEAY",*ssl_list,$max_ssl,@ssl_symbols);
+       &update_numbers(*OUT,"LIBSSL",*ssl_list,$max_ssl,@ssl_symbols);
        close OUT;
 }
 
 if($do_crypto == 1) {
 
-       &maybe_add_info("LIBEAY",*crypto_list,@crypto_symbols);
+       &maybe_add_info("LIBCRYPTO",*crypto_list,@crypto_symbols);
        if ($do_rewrite == 1) {
                open(OUT, ">$crypto_num");
-               &rewrite_numbers(*OUT,"LIBEAY",*crypto_list,@crypto_symbols);
+               &rewrite_numbers(*OUT,"LIBCRYPTO",*crypto_list,@crypto_symbols);
        } else {
                open(OUT, ">>$crypto_num");
        }
-       &update_numbers(*OUT,"LIBEAY",*crypto_list,$max_crypto,@crypto_symbols);
+       &update_numbers(*OUT,"LIBCRYPTO",*crypto_list,$max_crypto,@crypto_symbols);
        close OUT;
 } 
 
@@ -346,10 +346,10 @@ if($do_crypto == 1) {
 int main()
 {
 EOF
-       &print_test_file(*STDOUT,"SSLEAY",*ssl_list,$do_ctestall,@ssl_symbols)
+       &print_test_file(*STDOUT,"LIBSSL",*ssl_list,$do_ctestall,@ssl_symbols)
                if $do_ssl == 1;
 
-       &print_test_file(*STDOUT,"LIBEAY",*crypto_list,$do_ctestall,@crypto_symbols)
+       &print_test_file(*STDOUT,"LIBCRYPTO",*crypto_list,$do_ctestall,@crypto_symbols)
                if $do_crypto == 1;
 
        print "}\n";
index 57384bb..ef21b58 100644 (file)
@@ -2,8 +2,8 @@
 # Borland C++ builder 3 and 4 -- Janez Jere <jj@void.si>
 #
 
-$ssl=  "ssleay32";
-$crypto="libeay32";
+$ssl=  "libssl32";
+$crypto="libcrypto32";
 
 $o='\\';
 $cp='copy';
index 8c7c9f8..8ed6508 100644 (file)
@@ -3,17 +3,17 @@
 # Win64 and WinCE [follow $FLAVOR variable to trace the differences].
 #
 
-$ssl=  "ssleay32";
-$crypto="libeay32";
+$ssl=  "libssl32";
+$crypto="libcrypto32";
 
 if ($fips && !$shlib)
        {
-       $crypto="libeayfips32";
-       $crypto_compat = "libeaycompat32.lib";
+       $crypto="libcryptofips32";
+       $crypto_compat = "libcryptocompat32.lib";
        }
 else
        {
-       $crypto="libeay32";
+       $crypto="libcrypto32";
        }
 
 if ($fipscanisterbuild)
index d4361e6..070c7aa 100644 (file)
@@ -90,8 +90,8 @@ $include_path = join(" -I", split(/;/, $include_path));
 # check for gcc compiler
 $gnuc = $ENV{"GNUC"};
 
-#$ssl=   "ssleay32";
-#$crypto="libeay32";
+#$ssl=   "libssl32";
+#$crypto="libcrypto32";
 
 if ($gnuc)
 {