The bn_set_max() macro is only "used" by the bn_set_[low|high]() macros
authorGeoff Thorpe <geoff@openssl.org>
Mon, 1 Dec 2003 22:11:08 +0000 (22:11 +0000)
committerGeoff Thorpe <geoff@openssl.org>
Mon, 1 Dec 2003 22:11:08 +0000 (22:11 +0000)
which, in turn, are used nowhere at all. This is a good thing because
bn_set_max() would currently generate code that wouldn't compile (BIGNUM
has no 'max' element).

The only apparent use for bn_set_[low|high] would be for implementing
windowing algorithms, and all of openssl's seem to use bn_***_words()
helpers instead (including the BN_div() that Nils fixed recently, which had
been using independently-coded versions of what these unused macros are
intended for). I'm therefore consigning these macros to cvs oblivion in the
name of readability.

crypto/bn/bn_lcl.h

index 4603b4f..18960f1 100644 (file)
@@ -249,38 +249,6 @@ extern "C" {
                *(++ftl) = 0x0; \
        }
 
-
-/* This macro is to add extra stuff for development checking */
-#ifdef BN_DEBUG
-#define        bn_set_max(r) ((r)->max=(r)->top,BN_set_flags((r),BN_FLG_STATIC_DATA))
-#else
-#define        bn_set_max(r)
-#endif
-
-/* These macros are used to 'take' a section of a bignum for read only use */
-#define bn_set_low(r,a,n) \
-       { \
-       (r)->top=((a)->top > (n))?(n):(a)->top; \
-       (r)->d=(a)->d; \
-       (r)->neg=(a)->neg; \
-       (r)->flags|=BN_FLG_STATIC_DATA; \
-       bn_set_max(r); \
-       }
-
-#define bn_set_high(r,a,n) \
-       { \
-       if ((a)->top > (n)) \
-               { \
-               (r)->top=(a)->top-n; \
-               (r)->d= &((a)->d[n]); \
-               } \
-       else \
-               (r)->top=0; \
-       (r)->neg=(a)->neg; \
-       (r)->flags|=BN_FLG_STATIC_DATA; \
-       bn_set_max(r); \
-       }
-
 #ifdef BN_LLONG
 #define mul_add(r,a,w,c) { \
        BN_ULLONG t; \