Release Notes: This release brings many improvements: a "less strong" (but faster) hash method, a "benchmark"-like report in CSV format with optional header, a fix for global log file command-line argument, improved CPU detection on Linux and Cygwin, and even bigger (~1GiB) 'demo' tests.
Release Notes: This version implements hash width recognition using the executable file name (e.g. 'pha256sum'), and has an updated man(1) page.
Release Notes: This release implements hashing from standard input and adds a proper man(1) page.
Release Notes: Starting with this version, PHA is ready for production on all tested platforms and operating systems. This version successfully implements the spice-pool for the stronger hash method, and has a fix for the IA64 port.
Release Notes: The '--check' option was fixed on x86.
Release Notes: This release adds a major fix for the strong hash option on risc/big-endian machines.
Release Notes: This release has a refined dump of operational information, enhanced help usage, an improved test/demo for strings, and a few fixes concerning the hash of small strings and files on risc and x86 platforms (endianness).
Release Notes: This release adds a stronger hash method specially suited for strings and small files (activated by means of the "-X" flag), and enhanced test material.
Release Notes: This release enhances the "demo" test mode to work with bigger files (~50-100MB), providing additional performance information.
Release Notes: This release implements endian-ness independence for the "check" function, minor commandline parsing fixes (to prevent buffer overflows and missing parameters), and OpenBSD port adjustments. This version has been tested stable on Solaris, AIX, HP-UX, Linux, BSD, and Cygwin.