api-level base64 support #2458

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DartBot opened this Issue Apr 5, 2012 · 19 comments

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DartBot commented Apr 5, 2012

This issue was originally filed by is...@google.com


simple base 64 encode / decode is required for many server-side tasks (e.g. cookie handling, openid support)

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DartBot commented Apr 5, 2012

This comment was originally written by rice@google.com


I've implement a modular 'Base64Codec' class that could be useful.

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DartBot commented Apr 8, 2012

This comment was originally written by is...@google.com


certainly, the question is: where/how can we try it? :)

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kasperl commented Apr 11, 2012

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sethladd commented May 29, 2012

Hi,

This is required for one of our external customers, as well as is required to interface with AWS services. Was hoping to bump up to unblock dependencies. Thanks!


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sethladd commented May 29, 2012

cc @madsager.

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sethladd commented May 29, 2012

cc @iposva-google.
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madsager commented May 30, 2012

Let me put in support for base64 encoding in the dart:crypto library. It is useful there and then it will be available. If we decide that it belongs somewhere else later that is fine and the crypto library can then get it from there.


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madsager commented May 30, 2012

#import('dart:crypto');

main() {
  print(CryptoUtils.bytesToBase64('Hello world'.charCodes()));
}


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DartBot commented May 30, 2012

This comment was originally written by ladicek@gmail.com


Looking at r8108, it only seems to cover encoding. I don't think this issue should be marked as "fixed", since there is no decoding -- or is it?

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sethladd commented May 30, 2012

Re-opened to handle the decode case.


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madsager commented May 30, 2012

Thanks Ladislav. You are right, this should not be closed since I only added encoding support. I think encoding is the only thing that really makes sense for the crypto library, so we need to consider if there is a better place for a general base64 encoder and decoder.


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madsager commented May 30, 2012

Thanks Ladislav. You are right, this should not be closed since I only added encoding support. I think encoding is the only thing that really makes sense for the crypto library, so we need to consider if there is a better place for a general base64 encoder and decoder.

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DartBot commented May 31, 2012

This comment was originally written by ladicek@gmail.com


Until this landed, dart:crypto only contained one-way functions (hashes). Base64 is the first reversible function added to dart:crypto, and I think that if encoding is suitable for this library, then decoding is too. After all, when real encryption algorithms come, they will need to come with decryption :-)

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lrhn commented Sep 4, 2012

I think we should have a base64 encoding/decoding library in packages.


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I agree we should have encode and decode functionality in a library. In the meantime though, there is a basic decoder available in pkg/webdriver/base64decoder.dart.

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madsager commented Oct 18, 2012

And it is available in dart:crypto as well: http://api.dartlang.org/docs/continuous/dart_crypto/CryptoUtils.html

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sethladd commented Oct 18, 2012

Almost :) We still need base64 to bytes. Unless I missed it?

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madsager commented Oct 18, 2012

Heh, yes, we are missing that. I think I have mentioned dart:crypto before and forgotten about the missing other direction. :-)

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floitschG commented Dec 12, 2012

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