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md4_locl.h

/* crypto/md4/md4_locl.h */
/* Copyright (C) 1995-1998 Eric Young (eay@cryptsoft.com)
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#include <stdlib.h>
#include <string.h>
#include <openssl/opensslconf.h>
#include <openssl/md4.h>

#ifndef MD4_LONG_LOG2
#define MD4_LONG_LOG2 2 /* default to 32 bits */
#endif

void md4_block_host_order (MD4_CTX *c, const void *p,size_t num);
void md4_block_data_order (MD4_CTX *c, const void *p,size_t num);

#if defined(__i386) || defined(__i386__) || defined(_M_IX86) || defined(__INTEL__)
# if !defined(B_ENDIAN)
/*
 * *_block_host_order is expected to handle aligned data while
 * *_block_data_order - unaligned. As algorithm and host (x86)
 * are in this case of the same "endianness" these two are
 * otherwise indistinguishable. But normally you don't want to
 * call the same function because unaligned access in places
 * where alignment is expected is usually a "Bad Thing". Indeed,
 * on RISCs you get punished with BUS ERROR signal or *severe*
 * performance degradation. Intel CPUs are in turn perfectly
 * capable of loading unaligned data without such drastic side
 * effect. Yes, they say it's slower than aligned load, but no
 * exception is generated and therefore performance degradation
 * is *incomparable* with RISCs. What we should weight here is
 * costs of unaligned access against costs of aligning data.
 * According to my measurements allowing unaligned access results
 * in ~9% performance improvement on Pentium II operating at
 * 266MHz. I won't be surprised if the difference will be higher
 * on faster systems:-)
 *
 *                      <appro@fy.chalmers.se>
 */
# define md4_block_data_order md4_block_host_order
# endif
#endif

#define DATA_ORDER_IS_LITTLE_ENDIAN

#define HASH_LONG       MD4_LONG
#define HASH_LONG_LOG2        MD4_LONG_LOG2
#define HASH_CTX        MD4_CTX
#define HASH_CBLOCK           MD4_CBLOCK
#define HASH_LBLOCK           MD4_LBLOCK
#define HASH_UPDATE           MD4_Update
#define HASH_TRANSFORM        MD4_Transform
#define HASH_FINAL            MD4_Final
#define     HASH_MAKE_STRING(c,s)   do {  \
      unsigned long ll;       \
      ll=(c)->A; HOST_l2c(ll,(s));  \
      ll=(c)->B; HOST_l2c(ll,(s));  \
      ll=(c)->C; HOST_l2c(ll,(s));  \
      ll=(c)->D; HOST_l2c(ll,(s));  \
      } while (0)
#define HASH_BLOCK_HOST_ORDER md4_block_host_order
#if !defined(L_ENDIAN) || defined(md4_block_data_order)
#define     HASH_BLOCK_DATA_ORDER   md4_block_data_order
/*
 * Little-endians (Intel and Alpha) feel better without this.
 * It looks like memcpy does better job than generic
 * md4_block_data_order on copying-n-aligning input data.
 * But frankly speaking I didn't expect such result on Alpha.
 * On the other hand I've got this with egcs-1.0.2 and if
 * program is compiled with another (better?) compiler it
 * might turn out other way around.
 *
 *                      <appro@fy.chalmers.se>
 */
#endif

#include "md32_common.h"

/*
#define     F(x,y,z)    (((x) & (y))  |  ((~(x)) & (z)))
#define     G(x,y,z)    (((x) & (y))  |  ((x) & ((z))) | ((y) & ((z))))
*/

/* As pointed out by Wei Dai <weidai@eskimo.com>, the above can be
 * simplified to the code below.  Wei attributes these optimizations
 * to Peter Gutmann's SHS code, and he attributes it to Rich Schroeppel.
 */
#define     F(b,c,d)    ((((c) ^ (d)) & (b)) ^ (d))
#define G(b,c,d)  (((b) & (c)) | ((b) & (d)) | ((c) & (d)))
#define     H(b,c,d)    ((b) ^ (c) ^ (d))

#define R0(a,b,c,d,k,s,t) { \
      a+=((k)+(t)+F((b),(c),(d))); \
      a=ROTATE(a,s); };

#define R1(a,b,c,d,k,s,t) { \
      a+=((k)+(t)+G((b),(c),(d))); \
      a=ROTATE(a,s); };\

#define R2(a,b,c,d,k,s,t) { \
      a+=((k)+(t)+H((b),(c),(d))); \
      a=ROTATE(a,s); };

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