Hi guys,

I searched the whole mailing list and haven't found any discussion so 
wanted to ask directly. What was the thinking behind using reversed 
polynomials in the crc32 instead of the normal ones (or giving an option to 
use either at will). At times it may produce complications (as it did in my 
case while my colleague just found out that Google's hashing library for 
java [guava] implements the normal form (actually hardcodes the table in 

If anyone knows what was the thinking/decision behind this choice and has 
time to share, would love to learn more about it.


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