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Date: Sat, 30 Jul 2011 12:44:22 -0500
From: "JimF" <>
To: <>
Subject: Re: Re: Sha-256

There is a patch on the wiki, which does the /+  -> *   (and one other small 
change) properly.  The patch is on this page:    The patch is the 0008-*.patch 
patch.    It is likely that the other lower numbered patches will have to be 
done prior to this 0008 patch working, since some of them also modify the 

Normally, a lot of the patch conversation is not carried on here, in the 
'john-users' email list.  Alex has tried to push most of this discussion 
over to the other email list, 'john-dev'.  On that list, we hash out a lot 
more of this type developer chatter, and then release a final 'jumbo' patch, 
vs the day to day incremental stuff on our way 'to' a jumbo release.

However, if there are systems which are NOT working right, with the 
'current' jumbo  (J4), then it would be good to know, so that we can work to 
find the solution, prior to releasing a Jumbo5.  If not found and fixed by 
Jumbo5, then it will simply mean a Jumbo6 right after that one, to fix this.

So if there are build problems (or runtime problems, crashes, etc), in the 
current jumbo, then please post it, or better yet, join john-dev, and post 
this information there.


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Donovan" <>

> Ok, i have the same configuration than "Wesiteaccess", &  try to do the 
> same
> than him , i got LION & Snow Leopard, put on the /src , re_compiled & same
> error...than i follow the Alexander advices by remove /+ & replace "*"...a 
> lot
> of error for i remove all for now...
> Run that on an New MacBookPro 17' I7 /SSD/8Go
> My Knowledges with patch are verry limited & really don't no how to patch 
> &
> rebuild...just know how compile as well..Maybe is the MAC_Os, maybe the 
> new
> XCode 4.1, don't no anyway....

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