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Date: Thu, 17 Jan 2013 14:02:05 +0100
From: magnum <john.magnum@...hmail.com>
To: "john-dev@...ts.openwall.com" <john-dev@...ts.openwall.com>
Subject: All new core stuff now in bleeding

All,

Bleeding-jumbo now contains all new stuff [ie. the version 11 format interface, with done(), reset() and new crypt_all() interface] as well as Claudio's multi-device GPU support. There will likely be regression problems but it now builds fine and mostly works fine, GPU or not.

From now on, bleeding is the branch for any new formats and stuff. Dhiru, start using bleeding and don't hesitate to commit new stuff (treat it as you have treated unstable until now).

Sayantan,
please see if you can have mscash2-opencl use the new multi-device stuff.

Lukas,
please see if you can use the CUDA multi-device stuff for pwsafe (the pwsafe patch is already in there but hard-coded to one device). You'll need to modify common-cuda.c a little.

Myrice,
if you have any cool stuff that could be merged to bleeding, please send a pull request.

All, please take care if fixing bugs that also apply to unstable-jumbo. Do not mix such bug-fixes with new features in one same commit. A pure bugfix patch to bleeding, that applies to unstable too, can be cherry-picked to unstable with no hassle.

Oh, and please test. Although it's more important to test the unstable branch thoroughly now.


Enjoy,

magnum

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