[Botan-devel] SSE2 SHA-1
lloyd at randombit.net
Tue Sep 30 16:47:12 EDT 2008
On Tue, Sep 30, 2008 at 02:04:17PM -0400, Jack Lloyd wrote:
> A change in the asm implementations of SHA-1, MD4, MD5, and
> Serpent. Instead of replacing the C++ implementation, they derive from
> it as a new class (for instance MD5_IA32 or SHA_160_SSE2) and override
> just the particular functions that are optimized. This means that
> referring to, for instance, SHA_160 will always mean the C++ code (but
> one can query feature macros or use the lookup system to get the
> fastest SHA-1 for the system).
This fixes the problems people saw on x86 with v1.7.13 where the SSE2
and x86 asm versions of SHA-1 would conflict. All versions available
get compiled and the best one is selected.
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