[Python-Dev] [Python-checkins] python/dist/src/Modules _hashopenssl.c, NONE, 2.1 sha256module.c, NONE, 2.1 sha512module.c, NONE, 2.1 md5module.c, 2.35, 2.36 shamodule.c, 2.22, 2.23

Raymond Hettinger raymond.hettinger at verizon.net
Tue Aug 23 17:16:11 CEST 2005

[Raymond Hettinger] 
> > This patch should be reverted or fixed so that the Py2.5 build works
> > again.
> >
> > It contains a disasterous search and replace error that prevents it
> > compiling.  Hence, it couldn't have passed the test suite before
> > checked in.

[Michael Hudson]
> It works for me, on OS X.  Passes the test suite, even.  I presume
> you're on Windows of some kind?

Here's an excerpt from the check-in note for sha512module.c:


Perhaps OS X has some sort of Steve Jobs special constant suffix "ULL"
that Mr. Gates and the ANSI C folks have yet to accept ;-)  

If it works for you, then it probably means that sha512module.c was left
out of the build.  Maybe sha512module.c wasn't supposed to be checked

> > Also, all of the project and config files need to be updated for the
> > modules.
> Well, yes.  But if Greg is on some unix-a-like, he can only update the
> unix build files (which he has done; it's in setup.py).

The project files are just text files and can be updated simply and
directly.  But yes, that is no big deal and I'll just do it for him once
the code gets to a compilable state.

Aside from the project files, there is still config.c and whatnot.  We
should put together a checklist of all the things that need to be
updated when a new module is added.


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