[squeak-dev] [Vm-dev] SHA512 squeak implementation?
ron at usmedrec.com
Sun Mar 8 04:48:29 UTC 2020
Robert, nice work. Happy to see you making progress! Splitting the code
makes sense to me.
For anyone in the USA please do not work on or contribute code to an
unregistered repository. The only repository registered for use in the USA
as far as I know is squeaksource. All other repositories should be
registered with the U.S. government or stay away from it. Crypto code is
still regulated in the USA. There is an exception for open-source crypto
but that only applies if it is registered. I know I mention this a lot but
I just want to make sure everyone knows and nobody gets in trouble.
All the best,
On Sat, Mar 7, 2020, 3:27 PM Nicolas Cellier <
nicolas.cellier.aka.nice at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Robert,
> there are several possible ways we can split the package and still load
> the whole thing.
> One is Metacello as indicated by Jakob.
> It shines if wanting to support multiple dialects (Gemstone, Pharo,
> Squeak), multiple versions of these dialects, and multiple release of our
> own packages, with slightly different recipes concerning the package
> It also shines for gathering pacakges from several repositories or
> handling complex pre-requisites (like FFI, Registers etc...).
> Be warned that Pharo users did already tend to fork everything which lies
> on a squeak* repo when they did use MC.
> With the transition to git, I doubt you maintain anything for Pharo if not
> for yourself.
> By the way, I mistakenly uploaded two copies of Blowfish from Mariano
> Martinez Peck from smalltalkhub to
> http://www.squeaksource.com/Cryptography This was not necessary because
> they did not add anything to Blowfish-PaulDeBruicker.10.mcz.
> Cuis never used MC, so naturally also tend to republish packages with
> their own format and own repository on github (mostly traditional .st chunk
> Maybe https://github.com/KenDickey/Cuis-Smalltalk-Crypto-NaCl can be of
> interest too.
> This is not a critic for Cuis and Pharo, but just to underline that
> cross-dialect is de facto not the criterion for selecting the packaging
> If all packages lie in the same repository and no pre-requisites is
> required, then there is also a much less powerful, but so much simpler
> option of using a MonticelloConfigurationMap.
> It is a simple .mcm file listing the sequence of MC packages and version
> to load.
> Packages are loaded in the order prescribed by the .mcm, and it's possible
> to load latest versions (highest version numbers).
> There are tools in image for constructing and saving those .mcm
> Le sam. 7 mars 2020 à 15:52, Jakob Reschke <forums.jakob at resfarm.de> a
> écrit :
>> Robert via Squeak-dev <squeak-dev at lists.squeakfoundation.org> schrieb am
>> Sa., 7. März 2020, 15:39:
>>> If only Monticello allowed for
>> In fact it does. But it is never used so I suppose some piece is missing.
>> What about Metacello? Most people use it for package dependency
>> management nowadays.
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