Since Simple and Protected GSSAPI Negotiation Mechanism is already implemented in curl and supported by the MinGW builds, this change adds build support to winbuild makefiles.
Cleaned up order of handled build options by ordering them nearly alphabetically by using the order of the generated config name. Preparation for future/more build options.
Renamed external parameter USE_SSPI = yes/no to ENABLE_SSPI = yes/no. Backwards compatible change: USE_SSPI can still be passed as external parameter with yes/no value as long as ENABLE_SSPI is not given. USE_x defines are passed around with true/false values internally, USE_SSPI is now aligned to this approach, but still accepts external values yes/no being passed, just like the other defines.
- Changed space usage to line up with the whole file - Renamed CFLAGS_SSPI/IPV6 to SSPI/IPV6_CFLAGS to be consistent with the other CFLAGS_x variables - Make use of existing CFLAGS_IPV6 (previously IPV6_CFLAGS) instead of appending directly to CFLAGS
The changes introduced in commit 2bfa57b are not enough to make it actually possible to use the USE_WINSSL option. Makefile.vc was not updated and the configuration name which is used in the build path did not match between both build files. This patch fixes those issues and introduces the following changes: - Replaced the -schannel name with -winssl in order to be consistent with the other options - Added ENABLE_WINSSL option to winbuild/Makefile.vc (default yes) - Changed winbuild/MakefileBuild.vc to set USE_WINSSL to true if USE_SSL is false and USE_WINSSL was not specified as a parameter - Separated WINSSL handling from SSPI handling to be consistent with the other options and their corresponding code path
Removed specific WITH_SSL=schannel paramter that did not fit the general schema and complicated the parameters. For now Schannel will be enabled if SSPI is enabled and OpenSSL is disabled.
… used in the makefile