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Re: SHA1Digest and SHA256Digest

From: Elizabeth Barham
Subject: Re: SHA1Digest and SHA256Digest
Date: 22 Nov 2002 02:14:57 -0600

Federico Montesino Pouzols <address@hidden> writes:

>       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
> defined.

Thank you.

>       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.

I didn't realize that there was a "2" release.

>       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?

The latest CVS built great!

I also just uploaded a patch to Savannah that cleans digest.h up a
tad. I foolishly left some macros defined in the header file that
should have been with the source. Sorry about that.

Thank you,


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