comparison dbutil.c @ 1499:2d450c1056e3

options: Complete the transition to numeric toggles (`#if') For the sake of review, this commit alters only the code; the affiliated comments within the source files also need to be updated, but doing so now would obscure the operational changes that have been made here. * All on/off options have been switched to the numeric `#if' variant; that is the only way to make this `' thing work in a reasonable manner. * There is now some very minor compile-time checking of the user's choice of options. * NO_FAST_EXPTMOD doesn't seem to be used, so it has been removed. * ENABLE_USER_ALGO_LIST was supposed to be renamed DROPBEAR_USER_ALGO_LIST, and this commit completes that work. * DROPBEAR_FUZZ seems to be a relatively new, as-yet undocumented option, which was added by the following commit: commit 6e0b539e9ca0b5628c6c5a3d118ad6a2e79e8039 Author: Matt Johnston <[email protected]> Date: Tue May 23 22:29:21 2017 +0800 split out checkpubkey_line() separately It has now been added to `sysoptions.h' and defined as `0' by default. * The configuration option `DROPBEAR_PASSWORD_ENV' is no longer listed in `'; it is no longer meant to be set by the user, and is instead left to be defined in `sysoptions.h' (where it was already being defined) as merely the name of the environment variable in question: DROPBEAR_PASSWORD To enable or disable use of that environment variable, the user must now toggle `DROPBEAR_USE_DROPBEAR_PASSWORD'. * The sFTP support is now toggled by setting `DROPBEAR_SFTPSERVER', and the path of the sFTP server program is set independently through the usual SFTPSERVER_PATH.
author Michael Witten <>
date Thu, 20 Jul 2017 19:38:26 +0000
parents b528e3753af4
children 5916af64acd4
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212 va_end(param); 212 va_end(param);
213 } 213 }
214 #endif /* DEBUG_TRACE */ 214 #endif /* DEBUG_TRACE */
215 215
216 /* Connect to a given unix socket. The socket is blocking */ 216 /* Connect to a given unix socket. The socket is blocking */
218 int connect_unix(const char* path) { 218 int connect_unix(const char* path) {
219 struct sockaddr_un addr; 219 struct sockaddr_un addr;
220 int fd = -1; 220 int fd = -1;
221 221
222 memset((void*)&addr, 0x0, sizeof(addr)); 222 memset((void*)&addr, 0x0, sizeof(addr));