The subversion repository has a branch called "speedup"
The version there implements read buffering during encryption. There is
a ~2.5 times speedup in relation to the non-buffered version (version
0.18). This means that the Windows version finally goes above 1GB/hr
(about 1.4GB/hr), and the Linux version is at around 7.2GB/hr (all
numbers taken from my laptop).
There is still lots of buffering work to be done. When I finish it, I
will likely release version 0.19. I'm just pointing everyone to the
branch, in case you wish to follow the development around.
SVN version 418 of the branch should compile and run with the read
support ok. Any later version is not guaranteed to do anything right.
That's why the development is done inside a branch, after all :-)
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