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Date: Fri, 22 Jun 2012 04:18:30 +0200
From: Lukas Odzioba <>
Subject: Re: cuda format names

2012/6/22 Solar Designer <>:
> On Fri, Jun 22, 2012 at 03:48:35AM +0200, Lukas Odzioba wrote:
>> Someone changed cuda format names (phpass + crypt*)
> I did, as discussed in here.
No problem, I missed it.

>> 0) I am assuming that it is because naming consistency - for the same
>> reason I was changing *crypt to crypt* almost year ago...
> Yes.  phk recently made it fairly clear that it's md5crypt, and he is
> the authoritative source. ;-)


>> 1)  phpass-opencl :) in cuda build
> That's a bug (probably mine).  Please fix it.
>> 2) we do not have md5crypt cpu build, so I thing it should be
>> crypt-cuda rather than cryptmd5-cuda
> Huh?  I am puzzled by your logic here.  Let's use md5crypt-cuda and
> md5crypt-opencl as we currently do.  As discussed, md5 may also be
> renamed to md5crypt - but in core JtR tree for 1.8 - not right now.

Not "build" i meant format name "crypt".

>> 3) do we want to change file names or we leave them as they're now
>> (crypt*_fmt.c)?
> Let's leave them as they are for now and revisit this later,



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