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Small XMSS nitpicks

the XMSS code doesn’t currently compile. You’ll need this…

--- a/sshkey-xmss.c
+++ b/sshkey-xmss.c
@@ -83,7 +83,7 @@ int sshkey_xmss_serialize_enc_key(const struct sshkey *, struct sshbuf *);
int sshkey_xmss_deserialize_enc_key(struct sshkey *, struct sshbuf *);

#define PRINT(...) do { if (printerror) sshlog(__FILE__, __func__, __LINE__, \
- 0, SYSLOG_LEVEL_ERROR, __VA_ARGS__); } while (0)
+ 0, SYSLOG_LEVEL_ERROR, NULL, __VA_ARGS__); } while (0)

sshkey_xmss_init(struct sshkey *key, const char *name)

… or, better yet, change all the PRINT macros to drop the
explicit __func__ as well.

Also, you’ll want this applied to xmss*:

--- a/xmss_commons.c
+++ b/xmss_commons.c
@@ -3,7 +3,7 @@
xmss_commons.c 20160722
Andreas Hülsing
Joost Rijneveld
-Public domain.
+CC0, see

#include "xmss_commons.h"

This relicencing of the reference code, and thus the derivative,
makes XMSS legally distributable in Berne Convention signatories.
(I asked them for this, but they’d already done it ?)

(gnutls can also be used, but if you are compiling lynx for your own use,
there is no reason to consider using that package)
-- Thomas E. Dickey on the Lynx mailing list, about OpenSSL
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