[RC5] Cycles per key

Décio Luiz Gazzoni Filho decio at revistapcs.com.br
Mon Sep 30 13:32:31 EDT 2002


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> >It doesn't make much sense to speak about RC5-72 speed right now, since we
> >only have a prototype core in C++, which is of course much slower than
> >hand
> >optimized assembly (there is only so much a compiler can do.) We were told
> >by
> >one of the assembly coders that RC5-72 can reach 90-99% RC5-64 speed once
> >it
> >is optimized.
>
> I know that :-) but i'm bored at playing diablo 2 right now and i've made
> some in C with RC5-64 some time ago.
> And i know how to program in assembler so i would like to give it a try.
> Although i think you never hear anymore about my try since i think i won't
> make it fast enough ;P
>

A new snapshot of the public source was released on Saturday, including RC5-72 
support (meant for coders only and not general usage, of course.) The URL is 
http://http.distributed.net/pub/dcti/source/pub-20020928.tgz. If you have 
problems interfacing your core to the public source, contact me at acidblood 
.at. distributed .dot. net and I will give you a hand.

Décio
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