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Some headers #include other 'mbedTLS' headers as "mbedtls/*.h" rather than "*.h" #857
Dear 'mbedTLS' developers,
While embedding 'mbedTLS' (ver 2.4.2) sources into our source tree we noticed that some headers include other mbedTLS headers as: #include "mbedtls/foo.h" (rather than just: #include "foo.h"). It happens but in just a handful of cases (listed below), everywhere else it uses a more manageable: #include "foo.h".
While it's no big deal it looks like an accidental oversight which makes 'mbedTLS' just a tad less a "drop-in"; and, it looks like an easy formal fix. -- Can you please take a look?
Thanks much for the great embeddable product!
Thanks for the feedback.
To be clear to anyone reading this bug - the use of