> Here is a list of issues on OpenVMS VAX > > 1. %CC-E-NOLONGLONG, In this declaration, 64-bit integral types are not > supported issue > > cbc128.c > typedef long long i64; > ........^ > %CC-E-NOLONGLONG, In this declaration, 64-bit integral types are not supported > on this platform. > At line number 20 in > DKA400:[ZOLI.OPENSSL-101-STABLE-SNAP-20111209.CRYPTO.MODES]MODES_LCL.H;1.
Well, getting rid of 64-bit integer type is labor-intensive and given the diminishing audience preferred option is to avoid the problem. One can argue that one can disable modes dependent on 64-bit type the way one can disable algorithms, but this is also labor-intensive task. Declaring platforms without 64-bit integer type unsupported is not unthinkable. I wonder if VAX gcc supports long long? Do you have one installed? Can you verify? If it does, what would prevent you from preferring it over vendor compiler? Otherwise chances are that 1.0.0 would be last one available for VAX VMS. ______________________________________________________________________ OpenSSL Project http://www.openssl.org Development Mailing List email@example.com Automated List Manager majord...@openssl.org