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Re: SHA1Digest and SHA256Digest

From: Federico Montesino Pouzols
Subject: Re: SHA1Digest and SHA256Digest
Date: Thu, 21 Nov 2002 23:28:43 +0100
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        Ok, the two classes have been incorporated to cvs. I just did
a modification: replaced uint32_t and uint64_t with uint32 and uint64,
which are the corresponding "standard"/"portable" types in common
c++. You can have a look at config.h to see how these types are

        I noticed that you generated the diffs against the commoncpp
CVS module (/cvsroot/commoncpp/commoncpp). It currently contains the
code for the old Common C++ "1". Note that the CVS module for current
Common C++ "2" releases is commoncpp2.

        Also, I am not sure why you needed to tweak socket.h, we have
not seen any problem with that lines before. What is your system
configuration? Could you try to build the code in the current cvs or
some recent release from ftp.gnu.org/pub/gnu/commoncpp?


On Wed, Nov 20, 2002 at 02:22:35PM -0600, Elizabeth Barham wrote:
> Federico Montesino Pouzols <address@hidden> writes:
> >     Good. I think these classes fit perfectly with cc++.
> Great!
> >     Personally, I think that adding the two exception cases is ok.
> Done.
> Here is the diff from anonymous CVS. Following that will be the two
> files:
>    src/sha.cpp
>    demo/shadigest.cpp
> Note that I did make some adjustments to some of the files in order to
> build, most notably socket.h.
> Thank you, Elizabeth

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