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Re: [Nmh-workers] MD5FMT

From: Ken Hornstein
Subject: Re: [Nmh-workers] MD5FMT
Date: Thu, 31 Jan 2013 09:42:19 -0500

>On FreeBSD and MacOS 10.6, md5 produces:
>MD5 (README) = 594d19e333c06370c49afaa1f8d21c93
>which when run through the default MD5FMT sed transformation gives:
>594d19e333c06370c49afaa1f8d21c93  README
>which seems wrong according to the comments in output_md5() (test/common.sh).

Hrm.  That test succeeds for me on MacOS X (that's why I did MD5FMT stuff
in the first place).

>The trouble with cut is that it only supports one delimiter. Apparently
>there's a SP vs. TAB inconsistency between various md5(1)

Ah, okay, I guess I didn't realize there was a TAB used in other md5

See now why I wanted to get rid of that MD5 code? :-)


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