Commit 59df56e9 authored by Committed by Simon Butcher
Undo API change from SHA1 deprecation
The previous commit bd5ceee484f201b90a384636ba12de86bd330cba removed the definition of the global constants - mbedtls_test_ca_crt_rsa_len, - mbedtls_test_cli_crt_rsa_len, - mbedtls_test_ca_crt_rsa, and - mbedtls_test_cli_crt_rsa. This commit restores these to maintain ABI compatibility. Further, it was noticed that without SHA256_C being enabled the previous code failed to compile because because the SHA1 resp. SHA256 certificates were only defined when the respective SHAXXX_C options were set, but the emission of the global variable mbedtls_test_ca_crt was unconditionally defined through the SHA256 certificate. Previously, the RSA SHA1 certificate was unconditionally defined and used for that. As a remedy, this commit makes sure some RSA certificate is defined and exported through the following rule: 1. If SHA256_C is active, define an RSA SHA256 certificate and export it as mbedtls_test_ca_crt. Also, define SHA1 certificates only if SHA1_C is set. 2. If SHA256_C is not set, always define SHA1 certificate and export it as mbedtls_test_ca_crt.
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