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Latest commit 75c13e7 Feb 24, 2017 @snhenson snhenson Tidy up certificate type handling.
The certificate types used to be held in a fixed length array or (if
it was too long) a malloced buffer. This was done to retain binary
compatibility. The code can be simplified now SSL is opaque by always
using a malloced buffer.

Reviewed-by: Rich Salz <rsalz@openssl.org>
(Merged from #2733)
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Configurations appveyor.yml: engage VC-WIN64A-masm. Feb 21, 2017
VMS VMS: Don't force symbol mixed case when building DSOs Sep 11, 2016
apps Check for the presence of _WIN32 rather than its value. Feb 23, 2017
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crypto Increase the size of the stack buffer to prevent an overflow. Feb 23, 2017
demos Crude VMS build files for demos/bio/ Sep 20, 2016
doc Add SSL_CTX early callback Feb 23, 2017
engines e_afalg: Don't warn about kernel version when pedantic Dec 16, 2016
external/perl Copyright consolidation; .pm and Configure Apr 20, 2016
fuzz Update client, server and x509 fuzz corpus Feb 21, 2017
include Fix duplicate error codes Feb 23, 2017
ms Revert "RT4526: Call TerminateProcess, not ExitProcess" Jun 16, 2016
os-dep Move Haiku configuration to separate config file to denote May 19, 2016
ssl Tidy up certificate type handling. Feb 24, 2017
test Add an sslapitest for early callback Feb 23, 2017
tools Add -h and -help for c_rehash script and app Sep 14, 2016
util Add SSL_CTX early callback Feb 23, 2017
.gitattributes crypto/pkcs12: facilitate accessing data with non-interoperable passw… Aug 22, 2016
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.travis-create-release.sh Remove the -n tar flag from osx dist creation Mar 8, 2016
.travis.yml .travis.yml: remove osx from build matrix. Feb 19, 2017
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Refer to website for acknowledgements. Dec 8, 2015
AUTHORS Copyright consolidation: perl files Apr 20, 2016
CHANGES Update CHANGES and NEWS for new release Feb 16, 2017
CONTRIBUTING Update the location of the pod files Nov 18, 2016
Configure Remove -Wno-parentheses-equality from gcc --strict-warnings options. Feb 22, 2017
FAQ Move FAQ to the web. Aug 16, 2015
INSTALL Add support for parameterized SipHash Feb 1, 2017
LICENSE Copyright consolidation 07/10 May 17, 2016
Makefile.shared HPUX: Add the forgotten $(DSTDIR) when linking DSOs Oct 31, 2016
NEWS Update CHANGES and NEWS for new release Feb 16, 2017
NOTES.DJGPP Slight cleanup of the collection of READMEs, INSTALLs and NOTES May 23, 2016
NOTES.PERL Tweaks to NOTES.PERL Jun 3, 2016
NOTES.VMS Add a note about a perl issue on VMS and how to work around it Aug 6, 2016
NOTES.WIN Fix typo Oct 14, 2016
README Fix typo (reported by Matthias St. Pierre) Oct 26, 2016
README.ECC Add NSA sublicense info. May 11, 2011
README.ENGINE Remove Ubsec engine Feb 26, 2016
README.FIPS Remove more (rest?) of FIPS build stuff. Jan 6, 2016
appveyor.yml appveyor.yml: engage VC-WIN64A-masm. Feb 21, 2017
build.info Have the VMS shared library file names contain the shared version Jul 2, 2016
config Implementation of the ARIA cipher as described in RFC 5794. Feb 21, 2017
config.com VMS: no ENDIF on one line IF statements, in config.com Aug 17, 2016
e_os.h Revert "Use memcmp() instead of CRYPTO_memcmp() when fuzzing" Feb 20, 2017


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