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app blake2_bin

a command line implementation of BLAKE2b/s/bp/sp and all their parameters

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1.0.1 Feb 9, 2023
1.0.0 Nov 19, 2021
0.5.11 Nov 2, 2020
0.5.5 Jul 22, 2019

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blake2_bin

The blake2_bin crate provides the blake2 command line utility, based on the blake2b_simd and blake2s_simd implementations of BLAKE2. It supports BLAKE2b, BLAKE2s, BLAKE2bp, and BLAKE2sp.

Installation

cargo install blake2_bin

Example

# Hash standard input, using BLAKE2b by default.
$ echo hello world | blake2
fec91c70284c72d0d4e3684788a90de9338a5b2f47f01fedbe203cafd68708718ae5672d10eca804a8121904047d40d1d6cf11e7a76419357a9469af41f22d01

# Since BLAKE2b is the default, explicitly adding the -b flag gives the same result.
$ echo hello world | blake2 -b
fec91c70284c72d0d4e3684788a90de9338a5b2f47f01fedbe203cafd68708718ae5672d10eca804a8121904047d40d1d6cf11e7a76419357a9469af41f22d01

# Using the -s and -p flags together gives BLAKE2sp.
$ echo hello world | blake2 -sp
43958a843c00345bae4492cc04ecd1e47453469afeae277e067cad66244625eb

# The full set of command line options.
$ blake2 --help
USAGE:
    blake2 [FLAGS] [OPTIONS] [inputs]...

FLAGS:
    -b                 Use the BLAKE2b hash function (default)
    -h, --help         Prints help information
        --last-node    Set the last node flag
        --mmap         Read input with memory mapping
    -p                 Use the parallel variant, BLAKE2bp or BLAKE2sp
    -s                 Use the BLAKE2s hash function
    -V, --version      Prints version information

OPTIONS:
        --fanout <fanout>                          Set the fanout parameter
        --inner-hash-length <inner-hash-length>    Set the inner hash length parameter
        --key <key>                                Set the key parameter with a hex string
        --length <length>                          Set the length of the output in bytes
        --max-depth <max-depth>                    Set the max depth parameter
        --max-leaf-length <max-leaf-length>        Set the max leaf length parameter
        --node-depth <node-depth>                  Set the node depth parameter
        --node-offset <node-offset>                Set the node offset parameter
        --personal <personal>                      Set the personalization parameter with a hex string
        --salt <salt>                              Set the salt parameter with a hex string

ARGS:
    <inputs>...    Any number of filepaths, or empty for standard input

Dependencies

~3.5MB
~56K SLoC