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-/* OpenBSC kitchen sink */
-#pragma once
-#include <stdint.h>
-#include <stdlib.h>
-/* Compare count bytes of exp to rel. Return 0 if they are identical, 1
- * otherwise. Do not return a mismatch on the first mismatching byte,
- * but always compare all bytes, regardless. The idea is that the amount of
- * matching bytes cannot be inferred from the time the comparison took.*/
-int constant_time_cmp(const uint8_t *exp, const uint8_t *rel, const int count);
-/* This is like osmo_load64be_ext, except that if data_len is less than
- * sizeof(uint64_t), the data is interpreted as the least significant bytes
- * (osmo_load64be_ext loads them as the most significant bytes into the
- * returned uint64_t). In this way, any integer size up to 64 bits can be
- * decoded conveniently by using sizeof(), without the need to call specific
- * numbered functions (osmo_load16, 32, ...). */
-uint64_t decode_big_endian(const uint8_t *data, size_t data_len);
-/* This is like osmo_store64be_ext, except that this returns a static buffer of
- * the result (for convenience, but not threadsafe). If data_len is less than
- * sizeof(uint64_t), only the least significant bytes of value are encoded. */
-uint8_t *encode_big_endian(uint64_t value, size_t data_len);