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Date: Sat, 25 Feb 2006 08:39:35 +0100
From: "thomas springer" <>
Subject: Re: jumbo pure win32 build

michal, you're a hero!

lm and ntlm tested and working, speed here seems to be about the same
like the cygwin-version.
I usually "nice" john using the win-taskmgr - instead of using the "idle"-mode.


On 2/25/06, Solar Designer <> wrote:
> On Sat, Feb 25, 2006 at 04:04:19AM +0100, Michal Luczaj wrote:
> > Well, it managed to compile it without any problems with MinGW under
> > pure DOS command box (WinXP, *NOT* cygwin!), it passed benchmark tests,
> > it even cracked some passwords. But, uhm, I don't know if it really
> > works. I really don't :>
> The patch is rather small. :-)
> You had to drop the support for "Idle = Y" - any chance you would
> implement it with native Win32 calls?
> Also, you're assuming that CLK_TCK and CLOCKS_PER_SEC are the same -
> which does not have to be the case (although it may be the case for
> current MinGW if you say that the benchmark works right).
> Thanks,
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