Include the library version in the compliance checks.
* common/compliance.c (gnupg_gcrypt_is_compliant): New. (gnupg_rng_is_compliant): Also check library version. * g10/mainproc.c (proc_encrypted): Use new function. (check_sig_and_print): Ditto. * sm/decrypt.c (gpgsm_decrypt): Ditto. * sm/encrypt.c (gpgsm_encrypt): Ditto. * sm/verify.c (gpgsm_verify): Ditto
This will eventually allow us to declare Libgcrypt 1.9 to be de-vs
compliant. GnuPG can use this information then for its own checks.
As of now GnuPG tests the version of the used library but that is a
bit cumbersome to maintain.
- Signed-off-by: Werner Koch <email@example.com>