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    1 libcanlock - a library for creating and verifying cancel locks.
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    4 Copyright stuff:
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    6     sha1.c is basically the sample code from RFC 3174 from Donald
    7     Eastlake and Paul Jones, and carries a BSD-ish license from the
    8     Internet Society.
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   10     base64.c carries a BSD license from KTH.
   11 
   12     hmac_sha1.c, canlock.c, hmactest.c and canlocktest.c were written by
   13     Greg Andruk, and carry an MIT style license.
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   16 How to compile it:
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   18     If you are lucky, it will be enough to unpack the archive, change to
   19     it top directory and run make.
   20         
   21     You can also:
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   23         make test
   24             to insure the library works as Fluffy intended
   25         
   26         make clean
   27                 to get rid of stray build gunk
   28             
   29         make nuke
   30                 to return the directory to its lovely pristine condition
   31            
   32     The libcanlock.a that will be produced is what you want to link into
   33     your newsreader or whatever.
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   36 Random blabbage:
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   38     This version compiled and ran correctly on x86, PowerPC, Itanium,
   39     PA-RISC and Alpha, so hopefully it's now reasonably portable.
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   41     The canlocktest source code should give you a pretty good idea of
   42     how the functions work.  See the doc directory for relevant RFCs and
   43     stuff.
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   45 Meow.