Well, I was up late debugging, testing out the new keygenerator features, specifcally the "blocksize" setting.
Some novice programming mistakes on my part lead to an integer overflow if tried to generate a really big key... Over 2 GB. Probably something that never would have come to anyone's attention, but it's fixed now nonetheless.
There is a patch file available and the tar.gz and .rar packages have been updated to reflect the fix.
Version 1.1.2 was finally reached after months of 1.1.1 stealthily changing without notice.
Aside from the new text-key generator and blocksize feature built into the exist key-file generator, I started a bit of an over-haul to make this version better comply to GNU coding standards, though most of that was already coded into later versions of 1.1.1 without updating the version number in wait of the new key utilities.... read more
I finally completed development to a point where I can host it on SourceForge and expect people to be able to use and develop it. I have no software map as of yet, but I'm calling this a "beta" release simply because I'm quite sure there is work to be done, and I'm hoping the wonderful users of SourceForge can help point out what that is.
Enjoy using the program, and I look forward to someone finding it interesting enough to join up and develop it. Right now I'm looking for anyone able to make a Win32 GUI add-on for Windows users foremost and anyone experienced in C to help me develop the UI further.