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CVS commit: wip/libnettle

Module name:    wip
Committed by:   cheusov
Date:           Sat Sep  6 10:08:45 UTC 2008

Modified Files:
        wip/libnettle: Makefile PLIST distinfo

Log Message:

user-destdir added
updated to version 1.15

    NEWS for the 1.15 release

        Added support for PKCS#1 style RSA signatures using SHA256,
        according to RFC 3447. Currently lacks interoperability
        Header files are now C++ aware, so C++ programs using Nettle
        should now use plain

          #include <nettle/foo.h>

        rather than

          #extern "C" {
          #include <nettle/foo.h>

        as was the recommendation for the previous version. This
        breaks source-level compatibility with C++, even though
        there's full binary compatibility.

        The file rfc1750.txt (which is considered non-free by debian)
        has been removed from the distribution. The file was used as input
        for the Yarrow testcase, and has been replaced by the short
        story "The Gold-bug" by Edgar Allan Poe. Anyway, RFC 1750 is
        obsoleted by RFC 4086.

        Fixes for Darwin shared library support, contributed by Grant

        Example programs now use a supplied getopt.c.

        Configure tests for assemblers with a logarithmic .align

        The library is intended to be upwards binary compatible with
        earlier versions. The library name is, soname
        is still

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cvs -z3 rdiff -u -r1.2 -r1.3 wip/libnettle/PLIST
cvs -z3 rdiff -u -r1.4 -r1.5 wip/libnettle/Makefile

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