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Mon Jan 10 14:08:00 EST 2011
I cant thank you enough!
You do absolutely corking job in keeping an eye on your mailing lists.
For comparison, openssl or crypto++ mailing list is a joke.
I am still waiting for a question i asked last year )
2011/1/10 Jack Lloyd <lloyd at randombit.net>
> On Mon, Jan 10, 2011 at 09:20:32PM +0300, Eugene N wrote:
> > Dear Jack, et al.
> > Can you help me out, please?
> > I need to know is botan LSB or MSB internally
> There isn't really a way to answer that. In cases where an algorithm
> is defined as using a particular endianess, that is what will be used
> (eg MD5 is always little endian, SHA-1 is always big endian, regardless
> of native processor preference). In other cases (for instance in BigInt),
> botan will use whatever the native endianness is.
> > In other words, if i have an LSB hex std::string, should i just feed it
> > or do I need to convert it first?
> A hex string is interpreted purely as a sequence of bytes. If it was
> from words into bytes using LSB, then the output will also be LSB.
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