On Mon 05 Feb 2007 17:50, "Emilio Lopes" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> On 05/02/07, Andreas Bernauer <email@example.com> wrote:
>> Emilio Lopes wrote on Sun, Feb 04 2007 at 15:36 (+0100):
>> > * Experimental support for Scheme 48 1.5.
>> > The only currently available authentication mode is "password".
>> > Support for MD5 authentication would be possible by porting PLT's
>> > MD5 library to Scheme 48. Is anyone working on this?
>> This has already been done by Martin Gasbichler
> Yes, this is the Scheme interface to the C function using the FFI.
> pgscsh already uses this for MD5 authentication when running under
> Scsh. AFAIK this approach doesn't play nice with threads; all threads
> in the process block until the C call return. For Scheme 48 (and for
> Scsh too, eventually) I think it would be better to port PLT's version
> of the MD5 library, which is written in Scheme only.
Gambit also contains a Scheme implementation of MD5 (and various other
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