[openssh-commits] [openssh] branch master updated (2d34205d -> 0fa803a1)

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      from  2d34205d  upstream: make ssh -f (fork after authentication) work properly in
       new  36cdb5db  Retire dfly58 test VM.  Add dfly64.
       new  0fa803a1  Prefer OpenSSL's SHA256 in sk-dummy.so

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commit 0fa803a1dd1c7b546c166000e23a869cf6c4ec10
Author: Darren Tucker <dtucker at dtucker.net>
Date:   Thu Jul 27 02:25:09 2023 +1000

    Prefer OpenSSL's SHA256 in sk-dummy.so
    Previously sk-dummy.so used libc's (or compat's) SHA256 since it may be
    built without OpenSSL.  In many cases, however, including both libc's
    and OpenSSL's headers together caused conflicting definitions.
    We tried working around this (on OpenSSL <1.1 you could define
    OPENSSL_NO_SHA, NetBSD had USE_LIBC_SHA2, various #define hacks) with
    varying levels of success.  Since OpenSSL >=1.1 removed OPENSSL_NO_SHA
    and including most OpenSSL headers would bring sha.h in, even if it
    wasn't used directly this was a constant hassle.
    Admit defeat and use OpenSSL's SHA256 unless we aren't using OpenSSL at
    all.  ok djm@

commit 36cdb5dbf55c99c0faad06066f56a7c341258c1f
Author: Darren Tucker <dtucker at dtucker.net>
Date:   Thu Jul 27 10:29:44 2023 +1000

    Retire dfly58 test VM.  Add dfly64.

Summary of changes:
 .github/workflows/selfhosted.yml |  2 +-
 regress/misc/sk-dummy/sk-dummy.c | 39 +++++++++------------------------------
 2 files changed, 10 insertions(+), 31 deletions(-)

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