Hi,
 
I noticed some capitalisation differences in the output from md5 in jython and python.  I don't know if its broken, but Im assuming that it is.
A Jython session:
Jython 2.2a1 on java1.5.0_02 (JIT: null)
Type "copyright", "credits" or "license" for more information.
>>> import md5
>>> a = md5.new()
>>> a.digest()
'\xD4\x1D\x8C\xD9\x8F\x00\xB2\x04\xE9\x80\t\x98\xEC\xF8B~'
>>> a.update( "CAT" )
>>> a.digest()
'\xC0\x1A\xE1\xA5\xF1"\xF2\\\xE5g_\x86\x02\x8BSj'
>>>

A Python session:
C:\WINDOWS>python
Python 2.3.4 (#53, May 25 2004, 21:17:02) [MSC v.1200 32 bit (Intel)] on win32
Type "help", "copyright", "credits" or "license" for more information.
>>> import md5
>>> a = md5.new()
>>> a.digest()
'\xd4\x1d\x8c\xd9\x8f\x00\xb2\x04\xe9\x80\t\x98\xec\xf8B~'
>>> a.update( "CAT" )
>>> a.digest()
'\xc0\x1a\xe1\xa5\xf1"\xf2\\\xe5g_\x86\x02\x8bSj'
>>>
 
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notice how the digest returns the same letters but in some cases the capitalisation is different.  Im assuming this is a bug, but maybe it is OK for md5 to do this... thought I find the chances of that being correct slim.
 
leouser
 

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