make MirrorBrain a "hash server" #42

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Issue migrated (2015-06-05) from old issue tracker http://mirrorbrain.org/issues/issue42

Title    make MirrorBrain a "hash server"
 Priority   wish      Status     resolved
Superseder           Nosy List   poeml
Assigned To poeml    Keywords

msg140 (view) Author: poeml Date: 2010-03-08.20:51:24

MirrorBrain could become a "hash server": Whenever a suffix like ".md5" or
"sha256" is appended to an URL, MirrorBrain could return the corresponding hash.
Would be really cool.

Easy to implement, once issue 40 is done.

msg142 (view) Author: poeml Date: 2010-03-08.21:21:56

Serving the hashes by appending the corresponding file suffix, like .md5, could
shadow existing .md5 files; likewise for sha1 files. But I think it would still be
worthwhile and it wouldn't matter at all.

msg161 (view) Author: poeml Date: 2010-03-12.16:28:47

Implemented in trunk, r7991:

curl -s http://192.168.0.115/extended/3.1.1rc2/OOo_3.1.1rc2_20090820_Win32Intel_langpack_sw-TZ.exe.sha256
b8ac00bedff1e85fae9b3ca1af8ed616d1d177010156a97d1275d8b6035959d6 OOo_3.1.1rc2_20090820_Win32Intel_langpack_sw-TZ.exe

curl -s http://192.168.0.115/extended/3.1.1rc2/OOo_3.1.1rc2_20090820_Win32Intel_langpack_sw-TZ.exe.sha1
0e1aefc1df0ba4c147fb36d3c62d000441e6b945 OOo_3.1.1rc2_20090820_Win32Intel_langpack_sw-TZ.exe

curl -s http://192.168.0.115/extended/3.1.1rc2/OOo_3.1.1rc2_20090820_Win32Intel_langpack_sw-TZ.exe.md5
c7feb5365c2e9ce205ba212c6fa19aa0 OOo_3.1.1rc2_20090820_Win32Intel_langpack_sw-TZ.exe

History
         Date         User  Action             Args
2010-03-12 16:28:48 poeml set    status: deferred -> resolved
                                   messages: + msg161
2010-03-08 21:21:56 poeml set    messages: + msg142
2010-03-08 20:51:24 poeml create

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