CommonCrypto

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releasedate = | releasedate = |
license = APSL 2 | license = APSL 2 |
-overview = CommonCrypto is C library that ships with Mac OS X and iOS. Though not per-se useful for Objective-C code, it makes porting existing code (esp. from iOS) to GNUstep a bit easier. |+overview = CommonCrypto is C library that ships with Mac OS X and iOS. Though not per-se useful for Objective-C code, it makes porting existing code (esp. from iOS) to GNUstep a bit easier. The GNUstep port requires clang and libdispatch to build. |
features = All features from CommonCrypto as shipped with Mac OS X 10.7.3 | features = All features from CommonCrypto as shipped with Mac OS X 10.7.3 |
maintainer = CommonCrypto is developed by Apple. The port to non-Darwin platforms is maintained by Niels Grewe. | maintainer = CommonCrypto is developed by Apple. The port to non-Darwin platforms is maintained by Niels Grewe. |

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CommonCrypto is Apple's library of crytographic primitives.

Current Version:

  • Released:
  • Licensed: APSL 2

Overview

CommonCrypto is C library that ships with Mac OS X and iOS. Though not per-se useful for Objective-C code, it makes porting existing code (esp. from iOS) to GNUstep a bit easier. The GNUstep port requires clang and libdispatch to build.

Features

All features from CommonCrypto as shipped with Mac OS X 10.7.3

Maintainer

CommonCrypto is developed by Apple. The port to non-Darwin platforms is maintained by Niels Grewe.

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