3 releases (breaking)

Uses old Rust 2015

0.3.0 Apr 24, 2020
0.2.0 Mar 26, 2020
0.1.0 Oct 31, 2019

MIT license

1.5MB
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BLS sigs Rust implementation

Build Status

Based on a fork of the Rust pairing library.

prerequisites

Tested with Rust 1.35.

usage

You can use cargo test to run the unit test suite. For testing against the supplied test vectors, use the bls_sigs_test crate.

From the bls_sigs_test directory, you can run, for example,

cargo run --bin hash_g1 ../../test-vectors/hash_g1/rfc6979

The binaries hash_g1, hash_g2, sig_g1, and sig_g2 are all available, and do more or less what you'd expect. Each one takes one or more filenames as inputs. Files should follow the test vector format. If no expected output is included in the test vector, the binary prints the result it got. Otherwise, it checks the output against the expected output and panics if anything is amiss.

More examples:

cargo run --bin sig_g1 ../../test-vectors/sig_g1/*

cargo run --bin hash_g2 ../../test-vectors/rfc6979

Note that, especially when testing signatures, you probably want to run in release mode (cargo run --release --bin ...), otherwise things will be quite slow.

License

See the license in the toplevel directory of this repository.

Dependencies

~3MB
~62K SLoC

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