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Commits on Jan 18, 2015
  1. @captain-caveman2k

    ldap: Renamed the CURL_LDAP_WIN definition to USE_WIN32_LDAP

    captain-caveman2k authored
    For consistency with other USE_WIN32_ defines as well as the
    USE_OPENLDAP define.
Commits on Jan 5, 2015
  1. @dfandrich
Commits on Jan 4, 2015
  1. @captain-caveman2k

    ldap: Fixed Unicode usage for all Win32 builds

    captain-caveman2k authored
    Otherwise, the fixes in the previous commits would only be applicable
    to IDN and SSPI based builds and not others such as OpenSSL with LDAP
Commits on Jan 8, 2013
  1. @yangtse

    build: fix circular header inclusion with other packages

    yangtse authored
    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. [1]
    Removes the need and presence of an alarming notice we carried
    in old setup_once.h [2]
    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.
Commits on Jan 6, 2013
  1. @yangtse

    Revert changes relative to lib/*.[ch] recent renaming

    yangtse authored
    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:
    Asking for confirmation on pushing this revertion commit:
    Confirmation summary:
    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.
Commits on Dec 28, 2012
  1. @yangtse

    build: make use of 76 lib/*.h renamed files

    yangtse authored
    76 private header files renamed to use our standard naming scheme.
    This change affects 322 files in libcurl's source tree.
Commits on Jul 5, 2012
  1. @yangtse

    unicode NTLM SSPI: cleanup

    yangtse authored
    Reduce the number of #ifdef UNICODE directives used in source files.
Commits on Jun 15, 2012
  1. @masali-hp @yangtse

    SSPI related code: Unicode support for WinCE

    masali-hp authored yangtse committed
    SSPI related code now compiles with ANSI and WCHAR versions of security
    methods (WinCE requires WCHAR versions of methods).
    Pulled UTF8 to WCHAR conversion methods out of idn_win32.c into their own file.
    curl_sasl.c - include curl_memory.h to use correct memory functions.
    getenv.c and telnet.c - WinCE compatibility fix
    With some committer adjustments
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