libp11 build fxies on Win32 (trunk)

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libp11 build fxies on Win32 (trunk)

Stef Hoeben
Hi,

the VS compiler doesn't look for libp11 in the current dir if the source
files have
  #include <libp11.h>
so I'd propose to change this in the source files in src/libp11/ as
  #include "libp11.h"

For the source files in src/sslengines/ who also
  #include <libp11.h>
I'd propose to change this into
  #include <opensc/libp11.h>
and copy libp11.h into the include/opensc/ dir (like the other "public"
header
files such as opensc.h, pkcs15.h, ...)

Guess this is OK, or am I missing something?

Cheers,
Stef

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Re: libp11 build fxies on Win32 (trunk) [u]

Andreas Jellinghaus-2
Hi Stef,

> the VS compiler doesn't look for libp11 in the current dir if the source
> files have
>   #include <libp11.h>
> so I'd propose to change this in the source files in src/libp11/ as
>   #include "libp11.h"

I thought -I. will help, but we can as well do that.

> For the source files in src/sslengines/ who also
>   #include <libp11.h>
> I'd propose to change this into
>   #include <opensc/libp11.h>
> and copy libp11.h into the include/opensc/ dir (like the other "public"
> header files such as opensc.h, pkcs15.h, ...)

I'd like to package libp11 also independent of opensc and have no dependencies
on opensc in it. So I don't want it in opensc/, because people might think
it only works with opensc or whatever.

Regards, Andreas
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