Re: md5 checksum formats on BSD

2004-08-12 Thread Stefan Bodewig
On Wed, 11 Aug 2004, Mark R. Diggory [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: In the larger community the BSD default format is refered to as SVF (Simple File Verification) and the GNU md5sum format as MD5SUM, I suspect it would be good to see these as output features/options that could be set within Ant and

Re: md5 checksum formats on BSD

2004-08-11 Thread Mark R. Diggory
Both Maven and Ant only insert only the checksum into the file. I believe they resolve the location of the actual source file from the name of the checksum file, which forces all checksum files to reside in the same directory as thier source files. This represents a problem if you want verify

Re: md5 checksum formats on BSD

2004-08-11 Thread Mark R. Diggory
Excuse the cross post, I wanted to get this out to the Ant and Maven lists as well. In the larger community the BSD default format is refered to as SVF (Simple File Verification) and the GNU md5sum format as MD5SUM, I suspect it would be good to see these as output features/options that could

Re: md5 checksum formats on BSD

2004-08-11 Thread Martin Cooper
Do you happen to know which flavour Ant creates? For Struts releases, the Ant build file generates the MD5 files using the checksum task. That seems like a pretty obvious way to generate them for any project that uses Ant, but the task doesn't appear to have any switch for determining flavour (and

Re: md5 checksum formats on BSD

2004-08-11 Thread Stefan Bodewig
On Wed, 11 Aug 2004, Martin Cooper [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Do you happen to know which flavour Ant creates? Ant only inserts the checksum itself into a file which is different from either format AFAIK. There've been plans to make the format pluggable, but noone stepped up to code it yet (it