I have found a better way to embed the OS X dependencies:
Am 12. Februar 2018 15:00:29 MEZ schrieb "me.grimm" <megr...@gmail.com>:
>added pd-lib-builder and macos lib embed:
>sent pull request.
>On Sun, Feb 11, 2018 at 1:41 PM, ub@xdv <u...@xdv.org> wrote:
>> i've made a quick, minimal prototype:
>> it's limited to md5, sha1 and sha256 at the moment, but the limit is
>> only imposed by the external code. the library used is libgcrypt. i'm
>> not sure if this is specifically a good idea, but it works.
>> looks like the way forward is to either use a select list of
>> and include their implementations, thus reducing dependencies or keep
>> using the library and expose more functionality.
>> the makefile is linux only, but i'm sure it can be made to work for
>> and windows too.
>> have fun, post any issues to github.
>> On 08.02.2018 13:10, IOhannes m zmoelnig wrote:
>> > On 2018-02-08 04:22, Marco Hugo Schretter wrote:
>> >> i'll try to do some documentation soon so maybe we can
>> >> solve the md5 thing. there are some opensource projects
>> >> which provide all the basic c/c++ code for an md5 external as
>> >> i found out. time will come.
>> > if you (or anybody else) starts such a library, i'd suggest to make
>> > general hashing library, that implements multiple algorithms, not
>> > "md5". (i think practically no new software uses MD5; it's
>> > (everywhere) for legacy purposes).
>> > fgmasdr
>> > IOhannes
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