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Re: tools location? (was: Re: couple issues)

From: Branko Čibej <brane_at_xbc.nu>
Date: 2000-12-12 00:42:54 CET

Greg Hudson wrote:

>>> GregH built one that operates in a streamy fashion. The APR version
>>> does not (yet).
>> Then I like GregH's (yet). :-)
> base64 encoding is one of those things where the implementation is so
> small that the interface dominates the code required to do it. I
> don't know if we'll ever get convergence unless we put the concept of
> "generic streams" (svn_{read,write}_fn_t) into aprutil.

What for? O.K., you'll still need a base64 editor for filtering the
delta stream, but it'll just pass chunks of data to the en/decoder in APR.

(Yes, I know that base64 is a ridiculously small bit of code. But I'd
rather avoid duplication, anyway.)

The same can be done for hashing, by the way (md5, SHA-1, RC5, ...),
except that the en/decoder must accept a hash seed so that it starts
each chunk off of the previously computed hash value. Now that's
definitely one thing we don't want to duplicate.

Brane �ibej
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