krb524.dll - calling conventions on Windows

Ben Creech bpcreech at
Wed Jun 11 18:51:41 EDT 2003

For what it's worth, NCSU uses off of:
(thanks, Mr. Hornstein), with a newer conv_creds.cpp copied out of the KfW 

Same for anyone else who uses:
(thanks, Mr. Richardson)

As I'm sure you're aware, the stuff uses __cdecl.

--On Wednesday, June 11, 2003 7:45 AM -0700 "Jeffrey Altman [Kermit 
Project]" <jaltman at> wrote:

> Folks:
> The upcoming KfW 2.5 release of MIT Kerberos will include a krb524.dll
> exporting two functions
>    krb524_init_ets
>    krb524_convert_creds_kdc
> KfW has never in the past included a krb524.dll.  Instead the KfW Extras
> package has included a k524init.exe which was statically linked to the
> necessary functions.
> I believe that several other members of the Kerberos community have built
> their own versions of this library.  If you are one of them could you
> please respond and identify which calling conventions you used when
> declaring the functions:  C conventions or Pascal (Windows standard).
> Thank you.
> Jeffrey Altman
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