BID-coding an encapsulate

Lucyantie Mazalan lucyantie.mazalan at
Tue Jan 22 08:43:39 CET 2008


I already defined aes256_context struct in another file and imported it (l4/sys/types). Here I attach the aes256-client.c file which was generated by the successfully compiled IDL. Is there anything else that I am missing here? Hhmmm...


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From: Björn Döbel [mailto:doebel at] 
Sent: Tuesday, January 22, 2008 15:32
To: Lucyantie Mazalan; l4-hackers at
Subject: Re: BID-coding an encapsulate

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| Sure Bjoern, here it is. Please advice me if I have made any mistakes.

The error already happens when building the IDL directory, your
- -client.c file is not generated at all. Dice complains

idl/aes256.idl:5.27-40: error: syntax error, unexpected identifier,
expecting attribute or struct

Now looking at line 5, columns 27-40 of your IDL file, you use a type
called aes256_context, but this type is never defined. You need to
either define it inside the IDL file or import the corresponding header

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