[gnutls-devel] [PATCH] Broke apart _gnutls_recv_int() to the packet and non-packet cases.

Jaak Ristioja jaak.ristioja at cyber.ee
Mon Mar 21 12:09:58 CET 2016

On 21.03.2016 13:04, Nikos Mavrogiannopoulos wrote:
> On Mon, Mar 21, 2016 at 11:41 AM, Jaak Ristioja <jaak.ristioja at cyber.ee> wrote:
>> Postponed, rejected or forgotten?
>> On 15.02.2016 12:14, Jaak Ristioja wrote:
>>> Only gnutls_record_recv_packet() called _gnutls_recv_int() with
>>> (packet != NULL). I refactored this logic directly downstream into
>>> gnutls_record_recv_packet(). The _gnutls_recv_int() function now only
>>> handles non-packet specific logic. The _gnutls_recv_int2() function
>>> was created to deduplicate common code which would otherwise have
>>> ended up in both functions.
>>> The rationale behind this change is to optimize what were previously
>>> calls of _gnutls_recv_int(). First of all _gnutls_recv_int() now has
>>> only 6 parameters, which according to the x86_64 System V Application
>>> Binary Interface should now fit into CPU registers and no longer use
>>> the stack. Secondly this change avoids a number of branching checks
>>> for both packet and non-packet cases.
> Must have lost it. I've now committed it with some minor tweaks
> (function name changes).

No problem. Thanks! :)


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