Dear Jeffrey,

OK then, I'll give it another shot.  What I need to do is avoid the dll 
altogether, include just the necessary headers, expressly build in any 
actually required functions, and especially swear off any pipelining so i 
can isolate problem points.

Thank you again for your gracious help.



On Friday, September 24, 2021 at 9:22:31 AM UTC-7 Jeffrey Walton wrote:

> On Friday, September 24, 2021 at 12:16:22 PM UTC-4 
> wrote:
>> I have already foregone the use of dynamic thread creation for similar 
>> reasons.  That is, after program initialization no new threads are ever 
>> created.  All I need now are the bare bones functions standing alone to 
>> sign, and then verify a message using ECDSA SHA 256 with secp256k1 keys.
> and
> This is just pure math isn't it?  And if verifiers, string sinks, or 
>> whatever have to be allocated as "new," why cannot they be cleanly freed 
>> after use in scope? 
> Jeff

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