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Re: [PATCH] http_ntlm: support for NSS

From: Kamil Dudka <>
Date: Tue, 29 Jun 2010 02:20:14 +0200

On Monday 28 of June 2010 22:52:23 Daniel Stenberg wrote:
> Looks good to me. I think we have enough test cases for NTLM to be able to
> rather quickly verify that it doesn't break anything and that the new code
> works good enough.

Thanks for review! As for the test cases, unfortunately none of them covers
the newly added code. If I comment out the MD4, MD5 and DES, all the tests
still pass fine. It's probably a consequence of the following change:

So I tested it only with test67, test81 and test169 for exact match against
the output I got from the OpenSSL and GnuTLS alternatives. I have no idea
how to automate it easily, while keeping it still independent on the

> The #ifdef set of http_ntlm.c could be a subject for a future cleanup, as
> that file is getting quite messy now...

I just tried to make the NSS-related changes as much non-intrusive as
possible. I am a bit new to the NTLM code and not sure if I understand most
of the defines there. I'd rather keep the more intrusive refactoring to
somebody skilled enough :-)

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