[Ach] Recent contributions: cipherstring command, Unicode etc
L. Aaron Kaplan
kaplan at cert.at
Fri Dec 27 01:34:03 CET 2013
Thanks very much for your contributions. I must say, I really like the new listing environment and the \cipherstringB macro (even though I don't quite 100% understand the TeX magic behind it).
Anyway, I tried to include the changes but had some issues and some questions. Maybe we can discuss this on jabber?
On Dec 25, 2013, at 10:37 PM, szebi <szebi at gmx.at> wrote:
> Since yesterday I made some commits to the paper, from a cryptographic
> point of view they are not relevant, but of a technical one.
> A short summary of what has been done:
> * In the Webserver-Section I tested Apache and Lighttpd with some
> * The settings for Strict-Transport-Security are uniform for all
> webservers (six months, optionally with subdomains)
> * My primary aim was to get rid of the perlify.pl Script which was not
> an easy task, but got it working. Please use now %*\cipherstringB*)
> in the listings for the cipherstring
> * Copying from the listings got far more easier and you now only have
> to correct the newlines when copying from the PDF, that's not
> avoidable. But everything else should be fine now (e.g. the single
> upquotes for example got curled by LaTeX)
> * The inputencoding is now UTF-8, so you can now use any UTF-8
> character in the .tex-documents like guillemets and umlauts
> * uniformed the sectioning and structure of the practical-settings
> section (using section hierarchy instead of the description lists).
> The relevant Pull requests can be seen here:
> https://github.com/BetterCrypto/Applied-Crypto-Hardening/pull/15 and
> Best regards,
> Sebastian «sebix»
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> Ach at lists.cert.at
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