|0.0.1||Feb 7, 2023|
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A Rust library that implements the MD5 cryptographic hash function
Welcome to MDG 👋
The Message Digest (MDG) is an implementation of the MD5 cryptographic hash function. It provides a struct, MD5, that can generate a message digest of data in a secure, one-way hash. The message digest can verify the integrity of the data without having to store the entire message.
The MD5 struct has a variety of functions to make it easy to use. The new function creates a new instance of the struct, ready to hash data. The transform function updates the struct 's internal state with new data, and the finalize function finishes the message digest and returns it.
- An MD5 struct that represents the current state of the hash computation.
new()method to create a new instance of the struct.
transform()method to update the internal state with new data.
finalize()method to finalize the hash computation and return the result as a 16-byte array.
It takes just a few minutes to get up and running with
mdg requires Rust 1.67.0 or later.
mdg in your project, add the following to your
[dependencies] mdg = "0.0.1"
Add the following to your
extern crate mdg; use mdg::*;
then you can use the functions in your application code.
MDG comes with a set of examples that you can use to get started. The
examples are located in the
examples directory of the project. To run
the examples, clone the repository and run the following command in your
terminal from the project root directory.
cargo run --example mdg
Semantic Versioning Policy 🚥
For transparency into our release cycle and in striving to maintain
QRC follows semantic versioning.
The project is licensed under the terms of both the MIT license and the Apache License (Version 2.0).
Unless you explicitly state otherwise, any contribution intentionally submitted for inclusion in the work by you, as defined in the Apache-2.0 license, shall be dual licensed as above, without any additional terms or conditions.
A big thank you to all the awesome contributors of Mini Functions for their help and support. A special thank you goes to the Rust Reddit community for providing a lot of useful suggestions on how to improve this project.