Import of openssl-0.9.8, a feature release.
[dragonfly.git] / crypto / openssl-0.9 / crypto / dsa / dsa_asn1.c
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1/* dsa_asn1.c */
2/* Written by Dr Stephen N Henson (shenson@bigfoot.com) for the OpenSSL
3 * project 2000.
4 */
5/* ====================================================================
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57 */
58
59#include <stdio.h>
60#include "cryptlib.h"
61#include <openssl/dsa.h>
62#include <openssl/asn1.h>
63#include <openssl/asn1t.h>
64
65/* Override the default new methods */
66static int sig_cb(int operation, ASN1_VALUE **pval, const ASN1_ITEM *it)
67{
68 if(operation == ASN1_OP_NEW_PRE) {
69 DSA_SIG *sig;
70 sig = OPENSSL_malloc(sizeof(DSA_SIG));
71 sig->r = NULL;
72 sig->s = NULL;
73 *pval = (ASN1_VALUE *)sig;
74 if(sig) return 2;
75 DSAerr(DSA_F_SIG_CB, ERR_R_MALLOC_FAILURE);
76 return 0;
77 }
78 return 1;
79}
80
81ASN1_SEQUENCE_cb(DSA_SIG, sig_cb) = {
82 ASN1_SIMPLE(DSA_SIG, r, CBIGNUM),
83 ASN1_SIMPLE(DSA_SIG, s, CBIGNUM)
84} ASN1_SEQUENCE_END_cb(DSA_SIG, DSA_SIG)
85
86IMPLEMENT_ASN1_FUNCTIONS_const(DSA_SIG)
87
88/* Override the default free and new methods */
89static int dsa_cb(int operation, ASN1_VALUE **pval, const ASN1_ITEM *it)
90{
91 if(operation == ASN1_OP_NEW_PRE) {
92 *pval = (ASN1_VALUE *)DSA_new();
93 if(*pval) return 2;
94 return 0;
95 } else if(operation == ASN1_OP_FREE_PRE) {
96 DSA_free((DSA *)*pval);
97 *pval = NULL;
98 return 2;
99 }
100 return 1;
101}
102
103ASN1_SEQUENCE_cb(DSAPrivateKey, dsa_cb) = {
104 ASN1_SIMPLE(DSA, version, LONG),
105 ASN1_SIMPLE(DSA, p, BIGNUM),
106 ASN1_SIMPLE(DSA, q, BIGNUM),
107 ASN1_SIMPLE(DSA, g, BIGNUM),
108 ASN1_SIMPLE(DSA, pub_key, BIGNUM),
109 ASN1_SIMPLE(DSA, priv_key, BIGNUM)
110} ASN1_SEQUENCE_END_cb(DSA, DSAPrivateKey)
111
112IMPLEMENT_ASN1_ENCODE_FUNCTIONS_const_fname(DSA, DSAPrivateKey, DSAPrivateKey)
113
114ASN1_SEQUENCE_cb(DSAparams, dsa_cb) = {
115 ASN1_SIMPLE(DSA, p, BIGNUM),
116 ASN1_SIMPLE(DSA, q, BIGNUM),
117 ASN1_SIMPLE(DSA, g, BIGNUM),
118} ASN1_SEQUENCE_END_cb(DSA, DSAparams)
119
120IMPLEMENT_ASN1_ENCODE_FUNCTIONS_const_fname(DSA, DSAparams, DSAparams)
121
122/* DSA public key is a bit trickier... its effectively a CHOICE type
123 * decided by a field called write_params which can either write out
124 * just the public key as an INTEGER or the parameters and public key
125 * in a SEQUENCE
126 */
127
128ASN1_SEQUENCE(dsa_pub_internal) = {
129 ASN1_SIMPLE(DSA, pub_key, BIGNUM),
130 ASN1_SIMPLE(DSA, p, BIGNUM),
131 ASN1_SIMPLE(DSA, q, BIGNUM),
132 ASN1_SIMPLE(DSA, g, BIGNUM)
133} ASN1_SEQUENCE_END_name(DSA, dsa_pub_internal)
134
135ASN1_CHOICE_cb(DSAPublicKey, dsa_cb) = {
136 ASN1_SIMPLE(DSA, pub_key, BIGNUM),
137 ASN1_EX_COMBINE(0, 0, dsa_pub_internal)
138} ASN1_CHOICE_END_cb(DSA, DSAPublicKey, write_params)
139
140IMPLEMENT_ASN1_ENCODE_FUNCTIONS_const_fname(DSA, DSAPublicKey, DSAPublicKey)