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/* crypto/md32_common.h */
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/*
* This is a generic 32 bit "collector" for message digest algorithms.
* Whenever needed it collects input character stream into chunks of
* 32 bit values and invokes a block function that performs actual hash
* calculations.
*
* Porting guide.
*
* Obligatory macros:
*
* DATA_ORDER_IS_BIG_ENDIAN or DATA_ORDER_IS_LITTLE_ENDIAN
* this macro defines byte order of input stream.
* HASH_CBLOCK
* size of a unit chunk HASH_BLOCK operates on.
* HASH_LONG
* has to be at lest 32 bit wide, if it's wider, then
* HASH_LONG_LOG2 *has to* be defined along
* HASH_CTX
* context structure that at least contains following
* members:
* typedef struct {
* ...
* HASH_LONG Nl,Nh;
* either {
* HASH_LONG data[HASH_LBLOCK];
* unsigned char data[HASH_CBLOCK];
* };
* unsigned int num;
* ...
* } HASH_CTX;
* data[] vector is expected to be zeroed upon first call to
* HASH_UPDATE.
* HASH_UPDATE
* name of "Update" function, implemented here.
* HASH_TRANSFORM
* name of "Transform" function, implemented here.
* HASH_FINAL
* name of "Final" function, implemented here.
* HASH_BLOCK_DATA_ORDER
* name of "block" function capable of treating *unaligned* input
* message in original (data) byte order, implemented externally.
* HASH_MAKE_STRING
* macro convering context variables to an ASCII hash string.
*
* MD5 example:
*
* #define DATA_ORDER_IS_LITTLE_ENDIAN
*
* #define HASH_LONG MD5_LONG
* #define HASH_LONG_LOG2 MD5_LONG_LOG2
* #define HASH_CTX MD5_CTX
* #define HASH_CBLOCK MD5_CBLOCK
* #define HASH_UPDATE MD5_Update
* #define HASH_TRANSFORM MD5_Transform
* #define HASH_FINAL MD5_Final
* #define HASH_BLOCK_DATA_ORDER md5_block_data_order
*
* <appro@fy.chalmers.se>
*/
#if !defined(DATA_ORDER_IS_BIG_ENDIAN) && !defined(DATA_ORDER_IS_LITTLE_ENDIAN)
#error "DATA_ORDER must be defined!"
#endif
#ifndef HASH_CBLOCK
#error "HASH_CBLOCK must be defined!"
#endif
#ifndef HASH_LONG
#error "HASH_LONG must be defined!"
#endif
#ifndef HASH_CTX
#error "HASH_CTX must be defined!"
#endif
#ifndef HASH_UPDATE
#error "HASH_UPDATE must be defined!"
#endif
#ifndef HASH_TRANSFORM
#error "HASH_TRANSFORM must be defined!"
#endif
#ifndef HASH_FINAL
#error "HASH_FINAL must be defined!"
#endif
#ifndef HASH_BLOCK_DATA_ORDER
#error "HASH_BLOCK_DATA_ORDER must be defined!"
#endif
/*
* Engage compiler specific rotate intrinsic function if available.
*/
#undef ROTATE
#ifndef PEDANTIC
# if defined(_MSC_VER) || defined(__ICC)
# define ROTATE(a,n) _lrotl(a,n)
# elif defined(__MWERKS__)
# if defined(__POWERPC__)
# define ROTATE(a,n) __rlwinm(a,n,0,31)
# elif defined(__MC68K__)
/* Motorola specific tweak. <appro@fy.chalmers.se> */
# define ROTATE(a,n) ( n<24 ? __rol(a,n) : __ror(a,32-n) )
# else
# define ROTATE(a,n) __rol(a,n)
# endif
# elif defined(__GNUC__) && __GNUC__>=2 && !defined(OPENSSL_NO_ASM) && !defined(OPENSSL_NO_INLINE_ASM)
/*
* Some GNU C inline assembler templates. Note that these are
* rotates by *constant* number of bits! But that's exactly
* what we need here...
* <appro@fy.chalmers.se>
*/
# if defined(__i386) || defined(__i386__) || defined(__x86_64) || defined(__x86_64__)
# define ROTATE(a,n) ({ register unsigned int ret; \
asm ( \
"roll %1,%0" \
: "=r"(ret) \
: "I"(n), "0"((unsigned int)(a)) \
: "cc"); \
ret; \
})
# elif defined(_ARCH_PPC) || defined(_ARCH_PPC64) || \
defined(__powerpc) || defined(__ppc__) || defined(__powerpc64__)
# define ROTATE(a,n) ({ register unsigned int ret; \
asm ( \
"rlwinm %0,%1,%2,0,31" \
: "=r"(ret) \
: "r"(a), "I"(n)); \
ret; \
})
# elif defined(__s390x__)
# define ROTATE(a,n) ({ register unsigned int ret; \
asm ("rll %0,%1,%2" \
: "=r"(ret) \
: "r"(a), "I"(n)); \
ret; \
})
# endif
# endif
#endif /* PEDANTIC */
#ifndef ROTATE
#define ROTATE(a,n) (((a)<<(n))|(((a)&0xffffffff)>>(32-(n))))
#endif
#if defined(DATA_ORDER_IS_BIG_ENDIAN)
#ifndef PEDANTIC
# if defined(__GNUC__) && __GNUC__>=2 && !defined(OPENSSL_NO_ASM) && !defined(OPENSSL_NO_INLINE_ASM)
# if ((defined(__i386) || defined(__i386__)) && !defined(I386_ONLY)) || \
(defined(__x86_64) || defined(__x86_64__))
# if !defined(B_ENDIAN)
/*
* This gives ~30-40% performance improvement in SHA-256 compiled
* with gcc [on P4]. Well, first macro to be frank. We can pull
* this trick on x86* platforms only, because these CPUs can fetch
* unaligned data without raising an exception.
*/
# define HOST_c2l(c,l) ({ unsigned int r=*((const unsigned int *)(c)); \
asm ("bswapl %0":"=r"(r):"0"(r)); \
(c)+=4; (l)=r; })
# define HOST_l2c(l,c) ({ unsigned int r=(l); \
asm ("bswapl %0":"=r"(r):"0"(r)); \
*((unsigned int *)(c))=r; (c)+=4; r; })
# endif
# endif
# endif
#endif
#if defined(__s390__) || defined(__s390x__)
# define HOST_c2l(c,l) ((l)=*((const unsigned int *)(c)), (c)+=4, (l))
# define HOST_l2c(l,c) (*((unsigned int *)(c))=(l), (c)+=4, (l))
#endif
#ifndef HOST_c2l
#define HOST_c2l(c,l) (l =(((unsigned long)(*((c)++)))<<24), \
l|=(((unsigned long)(*((c)++)))<<16), \
l|=(((unsigned long)(*((c)++)))<< 8), \
l|=(((unsigned long)(*((c)++))) ) )
#endif
#ifndef HOST_l2c
#define HOST_l2c(l,c) (*((c)++)=(unsigned char)(((l)>>24)&0xff), \
*((c)++)=(unsigned char)(((l)>>16)&0xff), \
*((c)++)=(unsigned char)(((l)>> 8)&0xff), \
*((c)++)=(unsigned char)(((l) )&0xff), \
l)
#endif
#elif defined(DATA_ORDER_IS_LITTLE_ENDIAN)
#ifndef PEDANTIC
# if defined(__GNUC__) && __GNUC__>=2 && !defined(OPENSSL_NO_ASM) && !defined(OPENSSL_NO_INLINE_ASM)
# if defined(__s390x__)
# define HOST_c2l(c,l) ({ asm ("lrv %0,%1" \
:"=d"(l) :"m"(*(const unsigned int *)(c)));\
(c)+=4; (l); })
# define HOST_l2c(l,c) ({ asm ("strv %1,%0" \
:"=m"(*(unsigned int *)(c)) :"d"(l));\
(c)+=4; (l); })
# endif
# endif
#endif
#if defined(__i386) || defined(__i386__) || defined(__x86_64) || defined(__x86_64__)
# ifndef B_ENDIAN
/* See comment in DATA_ORDER_IS_BIG_ENDIAN section. */
# define HOST_c2l(c,l) ((l)=*((const unsigned int *)(c)), (c)+=4, l)
# define HOST_l2c(l,c) (*((unsigned int *)(c))=(l), (c)+=4, l)
# endif
#endif
#ifndef HOST_c2l
#define HOST_c2l(c,l) (l =(((unsigned long)(*((c)++))) ), \
l|=(((unsigned long)(*((c)++)))<< 8), \
l|=(((unsigned long)(*((c)++)))<<16), \
l|=(((unsigned long)(*((c)++)))<<24) )
#endif
#ifndef HOST_l2c
#define HOST_l2c(l,c) (*((c)++)=(unsigned char)(((l) )&0xff), \
*((c)++)=(unsigned char)(((l)>> 8)&0xff), \
*((c)++)=(unsigned char)(((l)>>16)&0xff), \
*((c)++)=(unsigned char)(((l)>>24)&0xff), \
l)
#endif
#endif
/*
* Time for some action:-)
*/
int HASH_UPDATE (HASH_CTX *c, const void *data_, size_t len)
{
const unsigned char *data=data_;
unsigned char *p;
HASH_LONG l;
size_t n;
if (len==0) return 1;
l=(c->Nl+(((HASH_LONG)len)<<3))&0xffffffffUL;
/* 95-05-24 eay Fixed a bug with the overflow handling, thanks to
* Wei Dai <weidai@eskimo.com> for pointing it out. */
if (l < c->Nl) /* overflow */
c->Nh++;
c->Nh+=(HASH_LONG)(len>>29); /* might cause compiler warning on 16-bit */
c->Nl=l;
n = c->num;
if (n != 0)
{
p=(unsigned char *)c->data;
if (len >= HASH_CBLOCK || len+n >= HASH_CBLOCK)
{
memcpy (p+n,data,HASH_CBLOCK-n);
HASH_BLOCK_DATA_ORDER (c,p,1);
n = HASH_CBLOCK-n;
data += n;
len -= n;
c->num = 0;
memset (p,0,HASH_CBLOCK); /* keep it zeroed */
}
else
{
memcpy (p+n,data,len);
c->num += (unsigned int)len;
return 1;
}
}
n = len/HASH_CBLOCK;
if (n > 0)
{
HASH_BLOCK_DATA_ORDER (c,data,n);
n *= HASH_CBLOCK;
data += n;
len -= n;
}
if (len != 0)
{
p = (unsigned char *)c->data;
c->num = (unsigned int)len;
memcpy (p,data,len);
}
return 1;
}
void HASH_TRANSFORM (HASH_CTX *c, const unsigned char *data)
{
HASH_BLOCK_DATA_ORDER (c,data,1);
}
int HASH_FINAL (unsigned char *md, HASH_CTX *c)
{
unsigned char *p = (unsigned char *)c->data;
size_t n = c->num;
p[n] = 0x80; /* there is always room for one */
n++;
if (n > (HASH_CBLOCK-8))
{
memset (p+n,0,HASH_CBLOCK-n);
n=0;
HASH_BLOCK_DATA_ORDER (c,p,1);
}
memset (p+n,0,HASH_CBLOCK-8-n);
p += HASH_CBLOCK-8;
#if defined(DATA_ORDER_IS_BIG_ENDIAN)
(void)HOST_l2c(c->Nh,p);
(void)HOST_l2c(c->Nl,p);
#elif defined(DATA_ORDER_IS_LITTLE_ENDIAN)
(void)HOST_l2c(c->Nl,p);
(void)HOST_l2c(c->Nh,p);
#endif
p -= HASH_CBLOCK;
HASH_BLOCK_DATA_ORDER (c,p,1);
c->num=0;
memset (p,0,HASH_CBLOCK);
#ifndef HASH_MAKE_STRING
#error "HASH_MAKE_STRING must be defined!"
#else
HASH_MAKE_STRING(c,md);
#endif
return 1;
}
#ifndef MD32_REG_T
#if defined(__alpha) || defined(__sparcv9) || defined(__mips)
#define MD32_REG_T long
/*
* This comment was originaly written for MD5, which is why it
* discusses A-D. But it basically applies to all 32-bit digests,
* which is why it was moved to common header file.
*
* In case you wonder why A-D are declared as long and not
* as MD5_LONG. Doing so results in slight performance
* boost on LP64 architectures. The catch is we don't
* really care if 32 MSBs of a 64-bit register get polluted
* with eventual overflows as we *save* only 32 LSBs in
* *either* case. Now declaring 'em long excuses the compiler
* from keeping 32 MSBs zeroed resulting in 13% performance
* improvement under SPARC Solaris7/64 and 5% under AlphaLinux.
* Well, to be honest it should say that this *prevents*
* performance degradation.
* <appro@fy.chalmers.se>
*/
#else
/*
* Above is not absolute and there are LP64 compilers that
* generate better code if MD32_REG_T is defined int. The above
* pre-processor condition reflects the circumstances under which
* the conclusion was made and is subject to further extension.
* <appro@fy.chalmers.se>
*/
#define MD32_REG_T int
#endif
#endif