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ossl: split out x86 bits to x86/ossl_cpuid.c
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Authored by mhorne on Nov 26 2020, 8:26 PM.

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Make room for adding arm64 support to this driver by moving the
x86-specific feature parsing to a separate file.

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mhorne created this revision.

Move common ossl files to conf/files.

In general looks ok. My only wiggle is that right now sys/crypto/openssl/<arch> only contains generated files from OpenSSL (and is shared with the userland libcrypto build via .PATH). The other approach would be to call this new file 'sys/crypto/openssl/ossl_x86.c' and add it to SRCS.amd64 and SRCS.i386 explicitly. I'm not strictly tied to that approach however.

In D27388#613044, @jhb wrote:

In general looks ok. My only wiggle is that right now sys/crypto/openssl/<arch> only contains generated files from OpenSSL (and is shared with the userland libcrypto build via .PATH). The other approach would be to call this new file 'sys/crypto/openssl/ossl_x86.c' and add it to SRCS.amd64 and SRCS.i386 explicitly. I'm not strictly tied to that approach however.

I see, it would be best kept out of that folder then. Naming it ossl_x86.c seems reasonable to me.

Move x86/ossl_cpuid.c to ossl_x86.c.

This revision is now accepted and ready to land.Dec 3 2020, 10:37 PM
This revision was automatically updated to reflect the committed changes.