Tiger hash module
This is a simple implementation of the Tiger cryptographic hash for Python. It uses the same API as all other hashing modules, with new(), update(), and digest()/hexdigest().
It’s written in C, and uses the standard Python/C bindings and the reference C implementation for Tiger. It has been tested on i386 and amd64, and correctly reports the reference hashes in standard order.
- Python 2.4 (if it works on 2.3, tell me, please!)
- Python developement packages and a working toolchain
- PyPI compatibility; Tiger is now available on PyPI.
- Unbreak the entire module, particularly hexdigest().
- Add tests.
- Initial release.
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