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This is the hm_utils module, an experimental PHP5 module written in C++ that offloads some of the more computationally intense work from the Hastymail2 PHP code. Preliminary benchmarks of the functions converted to this module indicates that they execute 2 to 3 times faster than the PHP versions of the functions. Currently the following functions are provided by the hm_utils extension: hm_html_strlen: determine length of a string with html entities only counting as a single char hm_html_trim: slice a string with entities without breaking any hm_html_entities: convert some chars into corresponding entities hm_crypt: encrypt a string to encrypted text using RC4 and and a substitution cipher hm_decrypt: un-encrypt a string that was crypted with hm_crypt hm_utf8_to_html: convert raw utf characters to HTML entities if they are > ASCII 127 hm_parse_imap_line: parse a line of an IMAP server command response use at your own risk! bugs in this extension will likely cause apache to segfault. Questions or comments can be sent to: Jason Munro jason@hastymail.org
Source: README, updated 2011-09-06

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