From: Paul A Bristow (pbristow_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-07-30 15:38:34
>[mailto:boost-bounces_at_[hidden]] On Behalf Of Kevin Sopp
>Sent: 29 July 2007 22:01
>Subject: [boost] [MD5] now in the vault
>I finished my own MD5 implementation today and decided to boostify it.
>It's not header only which is slightly inconvenient but Jamfiles, Docs
>and Tests are provided.
>Comments on the interface and other things are welcome!
>just extract it to your boost directory and run 'bjam md5'
At a glance, it looks a useful addition to the Boost repertoire.
1 Is it bound to be header-only? Or is it just that you haven't tried to make it header-only?
2 Some references to vulnerability as a security feature would be useful.
Is this a weakness in its role as tamper-evident packaging, or in other applications?
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