[pycrypto] Pycrypto, New contributor, TODO & Camellia
yanagisawa at csg.is.titech.ac.jp
Wed Nov 18 09:33:24 CST 2009
2009/11/15 18:09, rusydi hasan wrote:
> I don't want to maintain additional ciphers in my tree unless they are
> mature and offer significant advantages over what PyCrypto already has.
> I'm even hesitant to add Camellia---The only reason I'm considering
> it is
> that PyCrypto only has one 128-bit block cipher right now (AES), and
> because the proposed candidate, Camellia, made it through the NESSIE
> competition. Even then, I don't consider it a priority, and
> PyCrypto 2.1
> will be released without it.
> Well, i ll still try to work on Camellia.
FYI, I used to write a patch to add support for camellia block cipher
for pycrypto 2.0.1:
I do not have much time to maintain it, though.
It includes new BSD-licensed source code of camellia block cipher
distributed by NTT at:
The same codes are in Linux, FreeBSD, OpenSSL, GnuTLS, NSS (Firefox),
and so on.
I hope this patch will help you write your new patch.
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