This commit renames lib/setup.h to lib/curl_setup.h and renames lib/setup_once.h to lib/curl_setup_once.h. Removes the need and usage of a header inclusion guard foreign to libcurl.  Removes the need and presence of an alarming notice we carried in old setup_once.h  ---------------------------------------- 1 - lib/setup_once.h used __SETUP_ONCE_H macro as header inclusion guard up to commit ec691ca which changed this to HEADER_CURL_SETUP_ONCE_H, this single inclusion guard is enough to ensure that inclusion of lib/setup_once.h done from lib/setup.h is only done once. Additionally lib/setup.h has always used __SETUP_ONCE_H macro to protect inclusion of setup_once.h even after commit ec691ca, this was to avoid a circular header inclusion triggered when building a c-ares enabled version with c-ares sources available which also has a setup_once.h header. Commit ec691ca exposes the real nature of __SETUP_ONCE_H usage in lib/setup.h, it is a header inclusion guard foreign to libcurl belonging to c-ares's setup_once.h The renaming this commit does, fixes the circular header inclusion, and as such removes the need and usage of a header inclusion guard foreign to libcurl. Macro __SETUP_ONCE_H no longer used in libcurl. 2 - Due to the circular interdependency of old lib/setup_once.h and the c-ares setup_once.h header, old file lib/setup_once.h has carried back from 2006 up to now days an alarming and prominent notice about the need of keeping libcurl's and c-ares's setup_once.h in sync. Given that this commit fixes the circular interdependency, the need and presence of mentioned notice is removed. All mentioned interdependencies come back from now old days when the c-ares project lived inside a curl subdirectory. This commit removes last traces of such fact.
This reverts renaming and usage of lib/*.h header files done 28-12-2012, reverting 2 commits: f871de0... build: make use of 76 lib/*.h renamed files ffd8e12... build: rename 76 lib/*.h files This also reverts removal of redundant include guard (redundant thanks to changes in above commits) done 2-12-2013, reverting 1 commit: c087374... curl_setup.h: remove redundant include guard This also reverts renaming and usage of lib/*.c source files done 3-12-2013, reverting 3 commits: 13606bb... build: make use of 93 lib/*.c renamed files 5b6e792... build: rename 93 lib/*.c files 7d83dff... build: commit 13606bb follow-up 1 Start of related discussion thread: http://curl.haxx.se/mail/lib-2013-01/0012.html Asking for confirmation on pushing this revertion commit: http://curl.haxx.se/mail/lib-2013-01/0048.html Confirmation summary: http://curl.haxx.se/mail/lib-2013-01/0079.html NOTICE: The list of 2 files that have been modified by other intermixed commits, while renamed, and also by at least one of the 6 commits this one reverts follows below. These 2 files will exhibit a hole in history unless git's '--follow' option is used when viewing logs. lib/curl_imap.h lib/curl_smtp.h
76 private header files renamed to use our standard naming scheme. This commit only does the file renaming. ---------------------------------------- renamed: amigaos.h -> curl_amigaos.h renamed: arpa_telnet.h -> curl_arpa_telnet.h renamed: asyn.h -> curl_asyn.h renamed: axtls.h -> curl_axtls.h renamed: bundles.h -> curl_bundles.h renamed: conncache.h -> curl_conncache.h renamed: connect.h -> curl_connect.h renamed: content_encoding.h -> curl_content_encoding.h renamed: cookie.h -> curl_cookie.h renamed: cyassl.h -> curl_cyassl.h renamed: dict.h -> curl_dict.h renamed: easyif.h -> curl_easyif.h renamed: escape.h -> curl_escape.h renamed: file.h -> curl_file.h renamed: fileinfo.h -> curl_fileinfo.h renamed: formdata.h -> curl_formdata.h renamed: ftp.h -> curl_ftp.h renamed: ftplistparser.h -> curl_ftplistparser.h renamed: getinfo.h -> curl_getinfo.h renamed: gopher.h -> curl_gopher.h renamed: gtls.h -> curl_gtls.h renamed: hash.h -> curl_hash.h renamed: hostcheck.h -> curl_hostcheck.h renamed: hostip.h -> curl_hostip.h renamed: http.h -> curl_http.h renamed: http_chunks.h -> curl_http_chunks.h renamed: http_digest.h -> curl_http_digest.h renamed: http_negotiate.h -> curl_http_negotiate.h renamed: http_proxy.h -> curl_http_proxy.h renamed: if2ip.h -> curl_if2ip.h renamed: imap.h -> curl_imap.h renamed: inet_ntop.h -> curl_inet_ntop.h renamed: inet_pton.h -> curl_inet_pton.h renamed: krb4.h -> curl_krb4.h renamed: llist.h -> curl_llist.h renamed: memdebug.h -> curl_memdebug.h renamed: multiif.h -> curl_multiif.h renamed: netrc.h -> curl_netrc.h renamed: non-ascii.h -> curl_non-ascii.h renamed: nonblock.h -> curl_nonblock.h renamed: nssg.h -> curl_nssg.h renamed: parsedate.h -> curl_parsedate.h renamed: pingpong.h -> curl_pingpong.h renamed: polarssl.h -> curl_polarssl.h renamed: pop3.h -> curl_pop3.h renamed: progress.h -> curl_progress.h renamed: qssl.h -> curl_qssl.h renamed: rawstr.h -> curl_rawstr.h renamed: rtsp.h -> curl_rtsp.h renamed: select.h -> curl_select.h renamed: sendf.h -> curl_sendf.h renamed: setup.h -> curl_setup.h renamed: setup_once.h -> curl_setup_once.h renamed: share.h -> curl_share.h renamed: slist.h -> curl_slist.h renamed: smtp.h -> curl_smtp.h renamed: sockaddr.h -> curl_sockaddr.h renamed: socks.h -> curl_socks.h renamed: speedcheck.h -> curl_speedcheck.h renamed: splay.h -> curl_splay.h renamed: ssh.h -> curl_ssh.h renamed: sslgen.h -> curl_sslgen.h renamed: ssluse.h -> curl_ssluse.h renamed: strdup.h -> curl_strdup.h renamed: strequal.h -> curl_strequal.h renamed: strerror.h -> curl_strerror.h renamed: strtok.h -> curl_strtok.h renamed: strtoofft.h -> curl_strtoofft.h renamed: telnet.h -> curl_telnet.h renamed: tftp.h -> curl_tftp.h renamed: timeval.h -> curl_timeval.h renamed: transfer.h -> curl_transfer.h renamed: url.h -> curl_url.h renamed: urldata.h -> curl_urldata.h renamed: warnless.h -> curl_warnless.h renamed: wildcard.h -> curl_wildcard.h ----------------------------------------
Configuration files such as curl_config.h and all config-*.h no longer exist nor are generated/copied into 'src' directory, now these only exist in 'lib' directory from where curl tool sources uses them. Additionally old src/setup.h has been refactored into src/tool_setup.h which now pulls lib/setup.h The possibility of a makefile needing an include path adjustment exists.