Does rotor follow a cross-language encryption algorithm ?
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Fri Nov 23 23:24:49 CET 2001
"Stephen" <shriek at gmx.co.uk> wrote in message
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> Does the Python 'rotor' module conform cross-language algorithm
> that is also used in the corresponding C & Java libraries ?
> If so, where could I find the algorithm ?
Sorry, no idea.
> Why isn't rotor.py
> in the Python lib directory ?
The rotor modul is built into the python library (at least in my
ActivePython 2.1.1 distribution)
If it is not builtin, it is still a C extension module (rotor.pyd for
Windows, probably rotor.so or rotormodule.so on *nix)
You find the C sourcecode in the file Modules/rotormodule.c (if you have
source code installed, of course).
> Also, is it possible for the output of the rotor to ever
> include \r, \n or CRLF ?
see 1st remark :-)
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