Perl 6 - the future is here, just unevenly distributed

IRC log for #darcs, 2016-04-02

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15:02 fr33domlover pointfree, http://tab.snarc.org/posts/haskell/2015-06-02-announcing_cryptonite.html
15:03 fr33domlover you may wish to use cryptonite instead of curve25519 package
15:03 fr33domlover (I want to move to cryptonite or cryptonite+DRBG for all crypto related things eventually, the only issue currently is a timing-attack-resistant modexp , which is WIP)
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17:21 pointfree I was switching stuff over to cryptonite, when I stumbled upon this: https://github.com/glguy/ssh-hans
17:26 pointfree fr33domlover, it's a haskell (cryptonite based) ssh client/server implementation with support for the following kex: diffieHellmanGroup1Sha1, diffieHellmanGroup14Sha1, ecdhSha2Nistp256, ecdhSha2Nistp384, ecdhSha2Nistp521, curve25519sha256
17:27 pointfree It does include a few bits of C code though.
17:28 fr33domlover pointfree, in general, if Galois uses it for something, it may be better long-term to switch to that in place of the hacky code of 'ssh', but right now, 'ssh' is well tested with Darcsden
17:28 fr33domlover and ssh-hans says in README that something is incomplete
17:29 fr33domlover so i dunno how realiable it is, but definitely worth a look
17:31 pointfree building the client and server examples right now...
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