dcpcrypt Log


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[cc0964] (2.0.4.1) by Graeme Geldenhuys Graeme Geldenhuys

Changelog update and version number update for Lazarus package.

2010-03-26 10:28:42 Tree
[0c8d49] by Graeme Geldenhuys Graeme Geldenhuys

Added missing unit maintained by Lazarus IDE.

2010-03-26 10:24:24 Tree
[1bc3ce] by Graeme Geldenhuys Graeme Geldenhuys

Added two new utility methods. ZeroMemory() and XorBlockEx()

2010-03-26 10:20:36 Tree
[a1e559] by Graeme Geldenhuys Graeme Geldenhuys

bump the point version number to v2.0.4.1

2010-03-26 10:16:01 Tree
[9d151d] by Graeme Geldenhuys Graeme Geldenhuys

Fixes a hell of a lot of compiler warnings.

* Also implemented a local dcpFillChar() method which uses a 'out'
parameter causing less compiler hints.

2009-11-17 15:11:47 Tree
[a6a025] by Graeme Geldenhuys Graeme Geldenhuys

Rather large fix to correctly support 64-bit platforms.

* My previous attempt was not thorough enough and I missed a
lot of details.
* More testing was done and now it seems to work correctly on 32-bit
and 64-bit Linux.

2009-11-17 15:07:00 Tree
[4ab508] (2.0.4.0) by Graeme Geldenhuys Graeme Geldenhuys

Added a small changelog file

2009-11-16 11:31:23 Tree
[747d04] by Graeme Geldenhuys Graeme Geldenhuys

Renamed dcplazarus.lpk to dcpcrypt_laz.lpk for Lazarus design-time package.

* also sync'ed the version numbers of both packages
* also sync'ed the package descriptions.

2009-11-16 11:21:20 Tree
[869dc0] by Graeme Geldenhuys Graeme Geldenhuys

Updated version number and package output directory.

2009-11-13 15:08:04 Tree
[c25cfb] by Graeme Geldenhuys Graeme Geldenhuys

Fixed compiler errors under 64-bit FPC using Linux.

2009-11-13 15:07:38 Tree
[63da55] by Graeme Geldenhuys Graeme Geldenhuys

Initial commit.

* This is is the standard v2 beta3 from Lazarus CCR
which in turn is a FPC + Lazarus port from
http://www.cityinthesky.co.uk/cryptography.html

* Only change I made, was to split the 'dcpcrypt' package
into two. One is a GUI independant package. And the other
is the Lazarus IDE (design time) package. Only the latter
requires Lazarus. So the runtime only package can be used
with non-LCL applications too, like fpGUI.

2009-11-13 14:49:44 Tree

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