./security/hs-SHA, Implementations of the SHA suite of message digest functions

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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 1.6.4.4nb1, Package name: hs-SHA-1.6.4.4nb1, Maintainer: pho

This library implements the SHA suite of message digest functions,
according to NIST FIPS 180-2 (with the SHA-224 addendum), as well as
the SHA-based HMAC routines. The functions have been tested against
most of the NIST and RFC test vectors for the various functions. While
some attention has been paid to performance, these do not presently
reach the speed of well-tuned libraries, like OpenSSL.


Required to run:
[lang/ghc88]

Required to build:
[pkgtools/cwrappers]

Master sites:

RMD160: bafddcdf47568d39e06f6b85dea79549f0fd97c9
Filesize: 2651.508 KB

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   2021-10-07 16:54:50 by Nia Alarie | Files touched by this commit (606)
Log message:
security: Remove SHA1 hashes for distfiles
   2021-05-03 21:01:21 by Masatake Daimon | Files touched by this commit (475) | Package updated
Log message:
*: Bump PKGREVISION for ghc-9.0.1
   2021-04-24 15:18:32 by Masatake Daimon | Files touched by this commit (1) | Package updated
Log message:
Update PLIST
   2020-05-11 19:52:21 by Roland Illig | Files touched by this commit (190) | Package updated
Log message:
hs-*: add PLIST files

These PLIST files have been autogenerated by mk/haskell.mk using
HS_UPDATE_PLIST=yes during a bulk build.  They will help to track changes
to the packages.  The Haskell packages didn't have PLIST files because
their paths contained package hashes.  These hashes are now determined by
mk/haskell.mk, which makes it easy to generate easy to read PLIST files.
   2020-01-17 16:25:41 by Masatake Daimon | Files touched by this commit (4)
Log message:
Import SHA-1.6.4.4 from wip

This library implements the SHA suite of message digest functions,
according to NIST FIPS 180-2 (with the SHA-224 addendum), as well as
the SHA-based HMAC routines. The functions have been tested against
most of the NIST and RFC test vectors for the various functions. While
some attention has been paid to performance, these do not presently
reach the speed of well-tuned libraries, like OpenSSL.