Date: Mon, 25 Jun 2012 20:46:06 +0200 From: magnum <john.magnum@...hmail.com> To: john-dev@...ts.openwall.com Subject: Re: committed patches On 2012-06-25 18:37, Frank Dittrich wrote: > On 06/25/2012 06:09 PM, magnum wrote: >> For now, I did not apply the Markov-split-by-percent. I personally think >> it's too near release and there may be dragons: Apart from the merge >> problems it will give me (albeit on non-public trees), what happens if >> you run MPI and use this option? And for that matter, what *should* >> happen if you do? > > As a compromise, don't apply the doc/MARKOV change, but just the source > code change. > > Then, we replace one implementation of undefined/undocumented behavior > start:end 10%:20% treated as 10:20 > with another one > start:end 10%:20% treated as percent values instead of absolute values. > > So that the brave users get a new feature. Brave users don't need it, they enjoy the quirky wonders of MPI ;-) Committed now. Meld is a frigging excellent tool, I did not even get the merging problems I feared in the contest tree. I did not drop the docs, we can just as well have it documented. I bet more people will use this than MPI anyway (doh!). fead039 Fix linux-x86-64-icc target for HAVE_NSS case (Frank Dittrich) ed9ee22 Fix --list=? output (new-line/trailing space) (Frank Dittrich) 47def68 Markov: first convert start % value, then end % value (Frank Dittrich) 2c5a95a Markov: allow start and/or end to be specified in percent (Frank Dittrich) I need to fix my icc, but your HAVE_NSS patch can't be wrong. magnum
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