[ANN] POG 0.3 Public Beta released

Discussion in 'Ruby' started by Travis D Warlick Jr, Aug 10, 2007.

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    POG -- Password Operations Gem version 0.3 (Public beta) is now released
    on RubyForge.

    Site: http://pog.rubyforge.org
    RDocs: http://pog.rubyforge.org/doc
    Tracker: http://pog.rubyforge.org/tracker
    License: http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
    SVN: svn://rubyforge.org/var/svn/pog

    POG is a Ruby gem for simplifying random password generation, password
    strength testing, password hashing and salting, and password-hash
    authentication.

    This is my first public gem, so any and all suggestions and comments
    would be greatly appreciated.


    ==============
    Quick Overview
    ==============

    The Password class encapsulates a password and provides functionality for
    hashing and hash-based authentication.

    The RandomStringGenerator class provides the functionality to generate random
    Strings. It could be called RandomPasswordGenerator.

    The Salt class encapsulates a password's salt and provides functionality for
    password salting and random salt generation.

    The PasswordTests class provides functionality for rule-based testing strength
    of passwords.

    ===============
    Changes/Updates
    ===============
    * Fixed Bug 12815 -- naive password generation
    * DRYed up password generation (created new RandomStringGenerator class)
    * Added WEP Key generation (Feature Request 12816)
    * Fixed Bug 12487 -- samples from README throwing errors
    * Added functionality to call tests with arbitrary parameters.

    ==================================
    Feature Requests/Bug Submissions
    ==================================

    Please submit feature requests and bug requests

    (a) directly to me
    (b) to RubyForge Tracker: http://pog.rubyforge.org/tracker


    - -- Travis Warlick

    "Programming in Java is like dealing with your mom -- it's kind, forgiving, and
    gently chastising. Programming in C++ is like dealing with a disgruntled
    girlfriend -- it's cold, unforgiving, and doesn't tell you what you've done wrong."
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    Travis D Warlick Jr, Aug 10, 2007
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