dirmngr: New configure option --disable-libdns.
authorWerner Koch <wk@gnupg.org>
Wed, 14 Dec 2016 14:36:25 +0000 (15:36 +0100)
committerWerner Koch <wk@gnupg.org>
Wed, 14 Dec 2016 14:57:17 +0000 (15:57 +0100)
commitd34a2bb410c7c770d26430d69ff77bd83fc407f1
tree2d2c193248d105688d6395602130546a4ba2af6d
parent3c2a7918eac024b5e1258ea9b272b4e8a1f1af43
dirmngr: New configure option --disable-libdns.

* configure.ac: Add option --disable-libdns
(USE_LIBDNS): New ac_subst and am_conditional.
(USE_C99_CFLAGS): Set only if libdns is used.
* dirmngr/Makefile.am (dirmngr_SOURCES): Move dns.c and dns.h to ...
(dirmngr_SOURCES) [USE_LIBDNS0: here.
(t_common_src): Ditto.
* dirmngr/dirmngr.c (oRecursiveResolver): New constant.
(opts): New option "--recursive-resolver".
(parse_rereadable_options): Set option.
* dirmngr/t-dns-stuff.c (main): Add option --recursive-resolver.
* dirmngr/server.c (cmd_getinfo): Depend output of "dnsinfo" on the
new variables.
* dirmngr/dns-stuff.c: Include dns.h only if USE_DNSLIB is defined.
Also build and call dnslib functions only if USE_DNSLIB is defined.
(recursive_resolver): New var.
(enable_recursive_resolver): New func.
(recursive_resolver_p): New func.
--

In case users run into problems building GnuPG, the configure option
allows to disable that support and continue w/o Tor support using the
system resolver.

--recursive-resolver was easy enough to implement and may be useful in
some situation.  It does not fully work, though.

Signed-off-by: Werner Koch <wk@gnupg.org>
README
configure.ac
dirmngr/Makefile.am
dirmngr/dirmngr.c
dirmngr/dns-stuff.c
dirmngr/dns-stuff.h
dirmngr/server.c
dirmngr/t-dns-stuff.c
doc/dirmngr.texi