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Old February 18th, 2004
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Default Re: [OT] Tiger in GNU crypto?

Originally posted by verdyp
Is that the codepatch which was submitted yesterday evening? I note that you use the function from org.gnu.crypto. It differs a little from my implementation that I wrote more than one year ago when the GNU crypto API was still not ported to Java.

I just looked at it (shamely it was submitted in RAR format which is licenced, why not ZIP/JAR ?), and looked at the generated code and its performance. My implementation is still faster than the org.gnu.crypto version.
Well, the org.gnu.crypto implementation was working alright, simple to use and it was tested. That's all I was really interested in.

I was using rar, by the way, because I really don't care whether or not it's an open format or not as long as it's free accessible for everyone.

Did you try to replace the blockprocessing functions of GNU's Tiger MessageDigestSPI with my code? (you could keep the interface API, or I may integrate my code in the GNU Crypto framework).
Honestly, I don't mind using your code instead but my focus was getting it to the point where it's about working, not some minor optimizations to a hash function.

May be I should propose my version (which was posted in the GDF files) to GNU Crypto API maintainers, to exhibit them the performance differences (I had worked a lot on my implementation to maximize the optimization of the generated bytecode compiled with javac).
Really, I will use your code before your work goes to waste and I trust you that your implementation is faster but I'm more concerned with testing other parts of my THEX code right now, so I probably won't be able to take a look at this at the moment.
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Old February 18th, 2004
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from the useless department:

I implemented seeking in the media player. It was slow as heck so I replaced the code for playing the file with some of my own and now seeking is (on my computer) basically instantaneous.

Click on the progres bar to skip to that point in the song. When you play a song that is still downloading, clicking on 90% of the progress bar takes you to 90% of what you have downloaded already. That means the scale of the progress bar changes as you download, which is weird, but I kinda like it. No chance of clicking on a part you don't have yet. Doing so wouldn't break anything, but I like having it so it just isn't possible.

Just mp3 at the moment, but wav is coming.
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Default image corruption comes from DirectX

Note that DirectX support has coinsiderably been enhanced in Java 1.5 beta (the next coming version of Java, code-named "Tiger").

If you experience display corruption with Java 1.4.2 (the current release), look at this Java 1.5 beta release candidate.
For me it works like a charm with LimeWire, and further improves the performance.

With this version, all display corruptions which may happen sometimes because of unfreshed areas of the screen in some stress conditions have now disappeared.

Of course this is still a beta, so you may experience some other problems. try it and keep the current installation of Java 1.4.2 for now if you need to revert to it.

You may switch back to the previous JRE by using the Java control panel which allows you to select the prefered Java Runtime environment.

(For now I do that: Java 1.5 is now my default, but I also test with Java 1.4.2 to see if a problem I could find comes from Java 1.5; for now I have found no reason why a possible bug found during developent may occur in Java 1.5 beta but not in Java 1.4.2 too.)

Note also that Java 1.5 now has a better support of the Windows XP Look and Feel (so the "Windows_theme" is less odd and can become your default, if your Windows display properties are set to use the Windows XP theme with rounded windows and buttons, and with hovering tabs).

Now LimeWire can have a full Windows XP look and feel with Java 1.5 (previously this look was only partial, and not even reproducing well the Windows 95 look, as it was more like Windows 3.x).
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