Camellia block cipher don't work on current developers' releases 2.3.x.

Simon Josefsson simon at
Tue May 6 12:56:29 CEST 2008

Yoshisato YANAGISAWA <yanagisawa at> writes:

>>> The other problem is that camellia block cipher is disabled by configure
>>> script even if the user using libgcrypt with camellia block cipher and
>>> configured with --enable-camellia option.  You can repeat the problem by
>>> installing libgcrypt to no default directory such as /tmp/test, and then
>>> pointing the directory with --with-libgcrypt-prefix=/tmp/test as option
>>> of the configure script.
>> This is quite strange. As I see the configure file does:
>> test -n "`$LIBGCRYPT_CONFIG --algorithms | grep -i camellia`"
>> to check for camellia. Was the correct libgcrypt detected by the
>> configure script?
> Not only this statements detects camellia block cipher but also m4
> script in lgl/m4.  As far as I tested, gc-camellia.m4 in lgl/m4 also
> affect enabling or disabling Camellia block cipher.

How does it affect that?  With your patch now applied, I don't think the
gc-camellia.m4 test changes anything for how gnutls behaves.  In other
words, even if the gc-camellia.m4 test fails, camellia should still work
in gnutls.


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