Computer Science bachelor degree thesis on Libgcrypt
gniibe at fsij.org
Wed Feb 8 09:43:02 CET 2017
Well, I learned QiGong from the Chinese master when I was a student in
Tokyo. :-) No, I am not a master (QiGong or libgcrypt). But, I do some
development of libgcrypt, and maintain some code.
"Marcio Barbado, Jr." <marcio.barbado at bdslabs.com.br> writes:
> For example, should we post on another mailing list or is this the
> proper one for algorithmic code development?
Yes, here is the place for technical discussion. I don't know about
"algorithmic code development" you addressed, though.
You can find what's going on in the development by reading our archives.
The Gcrypt-devel Archives:
Our source code repository is here:
The GNU crypto library:
Please get the source code by git. The command line invocation is:
$ git clone git://git.gnupg.org/libgcrypt.git
And then, you can examine the history of our development.
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