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Date: Mon, 13 May 2013 20:19:11 +0200
From: magnum <>
Subject: Re: Dyna and OpenSSL <1.0.0

On 13 May, 2013, at 16:48 , wrote:
> I still want to put more crypts into dyna, but for now, this handles this problem with whirlpool.
> Added to dyna are sph_whirlpool and sph_tiger.
> Dyna has been chopped up some. I moved all of the 'large' crypts into their own source file. They are pretty much cookie cutter code at the moment.
> I also updated the docs, and now has all builtin-dynamic's built into it, and easier to use.  I also added Digest::Tiger and Digest::Haval.  There will be some concern with Haval.  perl only handles 5 round 256 bit. But there are 15 different haval functions (3 different round counts, and 5 different sizes).  I really do not like adding to dynamic, if I can not cross validate the test cases with pass_gen.  I will have to come up with some other tool to do this crypt.
> The bleeding patch is the main code.  The memdbg patch only adds the memdbg.h to the dyna_big_crypt.c file.  It will only get added to the memdbg git tree.

Committed, thanks!


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