On Wed, Dec 01, 1999 at 03:26:34PM -0600, Matthew D. Fuller wrote:
 > On Wed, Dec 01, 1999 at 04:09:11PM -0500, a little birdie told me
 > that Bakul Shah remarked
 > > Enigma is just a format converter at this point and should be
 > > left around (after renaming it crypt -- which is how it is
 > > known on all Unix versions older than 10 years).  Some of us
 > Renaming?
 > [15:25:53] mortis:~
 > (ttyp9):{838}% ll -i `which crypt` `which enigma`
 > 23155 -r-xr-xr-x  2 root  wheel  4980 Oct 29 13:47 /usr/bin/crypt*
 > 23155 -r-xr-xr-x  2 root  wheel  4980 Oct 29 13:47 /usr/bin/enigma*

Ok, so the verdict is that enigma isn't contributing to bloat in
any measurable way whatsoever, because it's merely a hard link to
"crypt", a utility which has long been a useful part of UNIX and 
which is required so that people can decrypt their old files (without
needing to spend an hour or so on a brute-force keysearch :-)

    - mark

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