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1 VERSION 2a:
3 11 Aug 2003
4 - Only very minor changes. The makefile was tweaked slightly
5 for increased portability, and a typo in lock_strip was fixed.
7 VERSION 2:
9 10 Aug 2003
10 - Replaced the SHA-1 library with the source code from RFC 1374.
11 The old code had problems on PowerPC that I was too lazy to hunt
12 down and fix.
13 - Replaced the ISC version of Base64 with an implementation
14 produced by Sweden's Royal Institute of Technology (KTH). The
15 old functions carried a weird patent disclaimer from IBM, while
16 the new ones use a nice simple non-scary BSD license.
17 - The md5_key(), md5_lock() and md5_verify() functions have been
18 removed. As far as I can tell they weren't being used.
19 - Added a Makefile instead of the Build thingy.
20 - Did a bunch of cleanup to get rid of various warnings.
22 VERSION 1:
24 24 Sep 1998
25 - Now trying to be compatible with an updated cancel lock draft.
26 - We now generate the lock by hashing the Base64 encoding of the
27 cancel key, instead of the underlying binary digest.
28 - the xxx_key() and xxx_lock() functions now add the md5: or sha1:
29 tag to the lock.
30 - lock_strip_alpha() now discards pesky clue strings and normalizes
31 the case of type codes.
32 - the old lock_strip() that returned numeric codes will be going
35 VERSION 0:
37 21 Sep 1998
38 - Endianness is now automatically figured out by build.
40 19 Sep 1998
41 - Added MD5 hashes.
42 - We now accommodate the possibility that strings will be identified
43 by name instead of number, those darned drafts will get you every
45 - Make changes to the hmac stuff to account for GCC weirdness; some
46 check values were not coming out correctly, but they are now.
48 15 Sep 1998
49 - Initial, just SHA-1.