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des_locl.h

/* crypto/des/des_locl.h */
/* Copyright (C) 1995-1997 Eric Young (eay@cryptsoft.com)
 * All rights reserved.
 *
 * This package is an SSL implementation written
 * by Eric Young (eay@cryptsoft.com).
 * The implementation was written so as to conform with Netscapes SSL.
 * 
 * This library is free for commercial and non-commercial use as long as
 * the following conditions are aheared to.  The following conditions
 * apply to all code found in this distribution, be it the RC4, RSA,
 * lhash, DES, etc., code; not just the SSL code.  The SSL documentation
 * included with this distribution is covered by the same copyright terms
 * except that the holder is Tim Hudson (tjh@cryptsoft.com).
 * 
 * Copyright remains Eric Young's, and as such any Copyright notices in
 * the code are not to be removed.
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 * as the author of the parts of the library used.
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 */

#ifndef HEADER_DES_LOCL_H
#define HEADER_DES_LOCL_H

#include <openssl/e_os2.h>

#if defined(OPENSSL_SYS_WIN32)
#ifndef OPENSSL_SYS_MSDOS
#define OPENSSL_SYS_MSDOS
#endif
#endif

#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>

#ifndef OPENSSL_SYS_MSDOS
#if !defined(OPENSSL_SYS_VMS) || defined(__DECC)
#ifdef OPENSSL_UNISTD
# include OPENSSL_UNISTD
#else
# include <unistd.h>
#endif
#include <math.h>
#endif
#endif
#include <openssl/des.h>

#ifdef OPENSSL_SYS_MSDOS            /* Visual C++ 2.1 (Windows NT/95) */
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <errno.h>
#include <time.h>
#include <io.h>
#endif

#if defined(__STDC__) || defined(OPENSSL_SYS_VMS) || defined(M_XENIX) || defined(OPENSSL_SYS_MSDOS)
#include <string.h>
#endif

#ifdef OPENSSL_BUILD_SHLIBCRYPTO
# undef OPENSSL_EXTERN
# define OPENSSL_EXTERN OPENSSL_EXPORT
#endif

#define ITERATIONS 16
#define HALF_ITERATIONS 8

/* used in des_read and des_write */
#define MAXWRITE  (1024*16)
#define BSIZE           (MAXWRITE+4)

#define c2l(c,l)  (l =((DES_LONG)(*((c)++)))    , \
                   l|=((DES_LONG)(*((c)++)))<< 8L, \
                   l|=((DES_LONG)(*((c)++)))<<16L, \
                   l|=((DES_LONG)(*((c)++)))<<24L)

/* NOTE - c is not incremented as per c2l */
#define c2ln(c,l1,l2,n) { \
                  c+=n; \
                  l1=l2=0; \
                  switch (n) { \
                  case 8: l2 =((DES_LONG)(*(--(c))))<<24L; \
                  case 7: l2|=((DES_LONG)(*(--(c))))<<16L; \
                  case 6: l2|=((DES_LONG)(*(--(c))))<< 8L; \
                  case 5: l2|=((DES_LONG)(*(--(c))));     \
                  case 4: l1 =((DES_LONG)(*(--(c))))<<24L; \
                  case 3: l1|=((DES_LONG)(*(--(c))))<<16L; \
                  case 2: l1|=((DES_LONG)(*(--(c))))<< 8L; \
                  case 1: l1|=((DES_LONG)(*(--(c))));     \
                        } \
                  }

#define l2c(l,c)  (*((c)++)=(unsigned char)(((l)     )&0xff), \
                   *((c)++)=(unsigned char)(((l)>> 8L)&0xff), \
                   *((c)++)=(unsigned char)(((l)>>16L)&0xff), \
                   *((c)++)=(unsigned char)(((l)>>24L)&0xff))

/* replacements for htonl and ntohl since I have no idea what to do
 * when faced with machines with 8 byte longs. */
#define HDRSIZE 4

#define n2l(c,l)  (l =((DES_LONG)(*((c)++)))<<24L, \
                   l|=((DES_LONG)(*((c)++)))<<16L, \
                   l|=((DES_LONG)(*((c)++)))<< 8L, \
                   l|=((DES_LONG)(*((c)++))))

#define l2n(l,c)  (*((c)++)=(unsigned char)(((l)>>24L)&0xff), \
                   *((c)++)=(unsigned char)(((l)>>16L)&0xff), \
                   *((c)++)=(unsigned char)(((l)>> 8L)&0xff), \
                   *((c)++)=(unsigned char)(((l)     )&0xff))

/* NOTE - c is not incremented as per l2c */
#define l2cn(l1,l2,c,n) { \
                  c+=n; \
                  switch (n) { \
                  case 8: *(--(c))=(unsigned char)(((l2)>>24L)&0xff); \
                  case 7: *(--(c))=(unsigned char)(((l2)>>16L)&0xff); \
                  case 6: *(--(c))=(unsigned char)(((l2)>> 8L)&0xff); \
                  case 5: *(--(c))=(unsigned char)(((l2)     )&0xff); \
                  case 4: *(--(c))=(unsigned char)(((l1)>>24L)&0xff); \
                  case 3: *(--(c))=(unsigned char)(((l1)>>16L)&0xff); \
                  case 2: *(--(c))=(unsigned char)(((l1)>> 8L)&0xff); \
                  case 1: *(--(c))=(unsigned char)(((l1)     )&0xff); \
                        } \
                  }

#if (defined(OPENSSL_SYS_WIN32) && defined(_MSC_VER)) || defined(__ICC)
#define     ROTATE(a,n) (_lrotr(a,n))
#elif defined(__GNUC__) && __GNUC__>=2 && !defined(__STRICT_ANSI__) && !defined(OPENSSL_NO_ASM) && !defined(OPENSSL_NO_INLINE_ASM) && !defined(PEDANTIC)
# if defined(__i386) || defined(__i386__) || defined(__x86_64) || defined(__x86_64__)
#  define ROTATE(a,n)   ({ register unsigned int ret; \
                        asm ("rorl %1,%0" \
                              : "=r"(ret) \
                              : "I"(n),"0"(a)   \
                              : "cc");    \
                     ret;                       \
                  })
# endif
#endif
#ifndef ROTATE
#define     ROTATE(a,n) (((a)>>(n))+((a)<<(32-(n))))
#endif

/* Don't worry about the LOAD_DATA() stuff, that is used by
 * fcrypt() to add it's little bit to the front */

#ifdef DES_FCRYPT

#define LOAD_DATA_tmp(R,S,u,t,E0,E1) \
      { DES_LONG tmp; LOAD_DATA(R,S,u,t,E0,E1,tmp); }

#define LOAD_DATA(R,S,u,t,E0,E1,tmp) \
      t=R^(R>>16L); \
      u=t&E0; t&=E1; \
      tmp=(u<<16); u^=R^s[S  ]; u^=tmp; \
      tmp=(t<<16); t^=R^s[S+1]; t^=tmp
#else
#define LOAD_DATA_tmp(a,b,c,d,e,f) LOAD_DATA(a,b,c,d,e,f,g)
#define LOAD_DATA(R,S,u,t,E0,E1,tmp) \
      u=R^s[S  ]; \
      t=R^s[S+1]
#endif

/* The changes to this macro may help or hinder, depending on the
 * compiler and the architecture.  gcc2 always seems to do well :-).
 * Inspired by Dana How <how@isl.stanford.edu>
 * DO NOT use the alternative version on machines with 8 byte longs.
 * It does not seem to work on the Alpha, even when DES_LONG is 4
 * bytes, probably an issue of accessing non-word aligned objects :-( */
#ifdef DES_PTR

/* It recently occurred to me that 0^0^0^0^0^0^0 == 0, so there
 * is no reason to not xor all the sub items together.  This potentially
 * saves a register since things can be xored directly into L */

#if defined(DES_RISC1) || defined(DES_RISC2)
#ifdef DES_RISC1
#define D_ENCRYPT(LL,R,S) { \
      unsigned int u1,u2,u3; \
      LOAD_DATA(R,S,u,t,E0,E1,u1); \
      u2=(int)u>>8L; \
      u1=(int)u&0xfc; \
      u2&=0xfc; \
      t=ROTATE(t,4); \
      u>>=16L; \
      LL^= *(const DES_LONG *)(des_SP      +u1); \
      LL^= *(const DES_LONG *)(des_SP+0x200+u2); \
      u3=(int)(u>>8L); \
      u1=(int)u&0xfc; \
      u3&=0xfc; \
      LL^= *(const DES_LONG *)(des_SP+0x400+u1); \
      LL^= *(const DES_LONG *)(des_SP+0x600+u3); \
      u2=(int)t>>8L; \
      u1=(int)t&0xfc; \
      u2&=0xfc; \
      t>>=16L; \
      LL^= *(const DES_LONG *)(des_SP+0x100+u1); \
      LL^= *(const DES_LONG *)(des_SP+0x300+u2); \
      u3=(int)t>>8L; \
      u1=(int)t&0xfc; \
      u3&=0xfc; \
      LL^= *(const DES_LONG *)(des_SP+0x500+u1); \
      LL^= *(const DES_LONG *)(des_SP+0x700+u3); }
#endif
#ifdef DES_RISC2
#define D_ENCRYPT(LL,R,S) { \
      unsigned int u1,u2,s1,s2; \
      LOAD_DATA(R,S,u,t,E0,E1,u1); \
      u2=(int)u>>8L; \
      u1=(int)u&0xfc; \
      u2&=0xfc; \
      t=ROTATE(t,4); \
      LL^= *(const DES_LONG *)(des_SP      +u1); \
      LL^= *(const DES_LONG *)(des_SP+0x200+u2); \
      s1=(int)(u>>16L); \
      s2=(int)(u>>24L); \
      s1&=0xfc; \
      s2&=0xfc; \
      LL^= *(const DES_LONG *)(des_SP+0x400+s1); \
      LL^= *(const DES_LONG *)(des_SP+0x600+s2); \
      u2=(int)t>>8L; \
      u1=(int)t&0xfc; \
      u2&=0xfc; \
      LL^= *(const DES_LONG *)(des_SP+0x100+u1); \
      LL^= *(const DES_LONG *)(des_SP+0x300+u2); \
      s1=(int)(t>>16L); \
      s2=(int)(t>>24L); \
      s1&=0xfc; \
      s2&=0xfc; \
      LL^= *(const DES_LONG *)(des_SP+0x500+s1); \
      LL^= *(const DES_LONG *)(des_SP+0x700+s2); }
#endif
#else
#define D_ENCRYPT(LL,R,S) { \
      LOAD_DATA_tmp(R,S,u,t,E0,E1); \
      t=ROTATE(t,4); \
      LL^= \
      *(const DES_LONG *)(des_SP      +((u     )&0xfc))^ \
      *(const DES_LONG *)(des_SP+0x200+((u>> 8L)&0xfc))^ \
      *(const DES_LONG *)(des_SP+0x400+((u>>16L)&0xfc))^ \
      *(const DES_LONG *)(des_SP+0x600+((u>>24L)&0xfc))^ \
      *(const DES_LONG *)(des_SP+0x100+((t     )&0xfc))^ \
      *(const DES_LONG *)(des_SP+0x300+((t>> 8L)&0xfc))^ \
      *(const DES_LONG *)(des_SP+0x500+((t>>16L)&0xfc))^ \
      *(const DES_LONG *)(des_SP+0x700+((t>>24L)&0xfc)); }
#endif

#else /* original version */

#if defined(DES_RISC1) || defined(DES_RISC2)
#ifdef DES_RISC1
#define D_ENCRYPT(LL,R,S) {\
      unsigned int u1,u2,u3; \
      LOAD_DATA(R,S,u,t,E0,E1,u1); \
      u>>=2L; \
      t=ROTATE(t,6); \
      u2=(int)u>>8L; \
      u1=(int)u&0x3f; \
      u2&=0x3f; \
      u>>=16L; \
      LL^=DES_SPtrans[0][u1]; \
      LL^=DES_SPtrans[2][u2]; \
      u3=(int)u>>8L; \
      u1=(int)u&0x3f; \
      u3&=0x3f; \
      LL^=DES_SPtrans[4][u1]; \
      LL^=DES_SPtrans[6][u3]; \
      u2=(int)t>>8L; \
      u1=(int)t&0x3f; \
      u2&=0x3f; \
      t>>=16L; \
      LL^=DES_SPtrans[1][u1]; \
      LL^=DES_SPtrans[3][u2]; \
      u3=(int)t>>8L; \
      u1=(int)t&0x3f; \
      u3&=0x3f; \
      LL^=DES_SPtrans[5][u1]; \
      LL^=DES_SPtrans[7][u3]; }
#endif
#ifdef DES_RISC2
#define D_ENCRYPT(LL,R,S) {\
      unsigned int u1,u2,s1,s2; \
      LOAD_DATA(R,S,u,t,E0,E1,u1); \
      u>>=2L; \
      t=ROTATE(t,6); \
      u2=(int)u>>8L; \
      u1=(int)u&0x3f; \
      u2&=0x3f; \
      LL^=DES_SPtrans[0][u1]; \
      LL^=DES_SPtrans[2][u2]; \
      s1=(int)u>>16L; \
      s2=(int)u>>24L; \
      s1&=0x3f; \
      s2&=0x3f; \
      LL^=DES_SPtrans[4][s1]; \
      LL^=DES_SPtrans[6][s2]; \
      u2=(int)t>>8L; \
      u1=(int)t&0x3f; \
      u2&=0x3f; \
      LL^=DES_SPtrans[1][u1]; \
      LL^=DES_SPtrans[3][u2]; \
      s1=(int)t>>16; \
      s2=(int)t>>24L; \
      s1&=0x3f; \
      s2&=0x3f; \
      LL^=DES_SPtrans[5][s1]; \
      LL^=DES_SPtrans[7][s2]; }
#endif

#else

#define D_ENCRYPT(LL,R,S) {\
      LOAD_DATA_tmp(R,S,u,t,E0,E1); \
      t=ROTATE(t,4); \
      LL^=\
            DES_SPtrans[0][(u>> 2L)&0x3f]^ \
            DES_SPtrans[2][(u>>10L)&0x3f]^ \
            DES_SPtrans[4][(u>>18L)&0x3f]^ \
            DES_SPtrans[6][(u>>26L)&0x3f]^ \
            DES_SPtrans[1][(t>> 2L)&0x3f]^ \
            DES_SPtrans[3][(t>>10L)&0x3f]^ \
            DES_SPtrans[5][(t>>18L)&0x3f]^ \
            DES_SPtrans[7][(t>>26L)&0x3f]; }
#endif
#endif

      /* IP and FP
       * The problem is more of a geometric problem that random bit fiddling.
       0  1  2  3  4  5  6  7      62 54 46 38 30 22 14  6
       8  9 10 11 12 13 14 15      60 52 44 36 28 20 12  4
      16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23      58 50 42 34 26 18 10  2
      24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31  to  56 48 40 32 24 16  8  0

      32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39      63 55 47 39 31 23 15  7
      40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47      61 53 45 37 29 21 13  5
      48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55      59 51 43 35 27 19 11  3
      56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63      57 49 41 33 25 17  9  1

      The output has been subject to swaps of the form
      0 1 -> 3 1 but the odd and even bits have been put into
      2 3    2 0
      different words.  The main trick is to remember that
      t=((l>>size)^r)&(mask);
      r^=t;
      l^=(t<<size);
      can be used to swap and move bits between words.

      So l =  0  1  2  3  r = 16 17 18 19
              4  5  6  7      20 21 22 23
              8  9 10 11      24 25 26 27
             12 13 14 15      28 29 30 31
      becomes (for size == 2 and mask == 0x3333)
         t =   2^16  3^17 -- --   l =  0  1 16 17  r =  2  3 18 19
             6^20  7^21 -- --        4  5 20 21       6  7 22 23
            10^24 11^25 -- --        8  9 24 25      10 11 24 25
            14^28 15^29 -- --       12 13 28 29      14 15 28 29

      Thanks for hints from Richard Outerbridge - he told me IP&FP
      could be done in 15 xor, 10 shifts and 5 ands.
      When I finally started to think of the problem in 2D
      I first got ~42 operations without xors.  When I remembered
      how to use xors :-) I got it to its final state.
      */
#define PERM_OP(a,b,t,n,m) ((t)=((((a)>>(n))^(b))&(m)),\
      (b)^=(t),\
      (a)^=((t)<<(n)))

#define IP(l,r) \
      { \
      register DES_LONG tt; \
      PERM_OP(r,l,tt, 4,0x0f0f0f0fL); \
      PERM_OP(l,r,tt,16,0x0000ffffL); \
      PERM_OP(r,l,tt, 2,0x33333333L); \
      PERM_OP(l,r,tt, 8,0x00ff00ffL); \
      PERM_OP(r,l,tt, 1,0x55555555L); \
      }

#define FP(l,r) \
      { \
      register DES_LONG tt; \
      PERM_OP(l,r,tt, 1,0x55555555L); \
      PERM_OP(r,l,tt, 8,0x00ff00ffL); \
      PERM_OP(l,r,tt, 2,0x33333333L); \
      PERM_OP(r,l,tt,16,0x0000ffffL); \
      PERM_OP(l,r,tt, 4,0x0f0f0f0fL); \
      }

extern const DES_LONG DES_SPtrans[8][64];

void fcrypt_body(DES_LONG *out,DES_key_schedule *ks,
             DES_LONG Eswap0, DES_LONG Eswap1);

#ifdef OPENSSL_SMALL_FOOTPRINT
#undef DES_UNROLL
#endif
#endif

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