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authorThiago Macieira <>2017-09-13 19:20:46 -0700
committerThiago Macieira <>2017-09-21 03:21:58 +0000
commit92ca09147fc239762927595165f71a0d1ecff98f (patch)
tree61e5258cc70666899ea13355e579b6ffc117f652 /tests/benchmarks/
parentbcd81a9e2d59bb90567fbc8dec85fc51fd5befa0 (diff)
Restore compatibility with pre-5.9 Keccak calculation
Commit 12c5264d9add1826d543c36d893db77262195fc6 fixed the calculation of SHA-3 in QCryptographicHash: we were previously calculating Keccak. Unfortunately, turns out that replacing the algorithm wasn't the best idea: there are people who need to compare with the result obtained from a previous version of Qt and stored somewhere. This commit restores the enum values 7 through 10 to mean Keccak and moves SHA-3 to 12 through 15. The "Sha3_nnn" enums will switch between the two according to the QT_SHA3_KECCAK_COMPAT macro. [ChangeLog][Important Behavior Changes] This version of Qt restores compatibility with pre-5.9.0 calculation of QCryptographicHash algorithms that were labelled "Sha3_nnn": that is, applications compiled with old versions of Qt will continue using the Keccak algorithm. Applications recompiled with this version will use SHA-3, unless QT_SHA3_KECCAK_COMPAT is #define'd prior to #include <QCryptographicHash>. [ChangeLog][Binary Compatibility Note] This version of Qt changes the values assigned to enumerations QCryptographicHash::Sha3_nnn. Applications compiled with this version and using those enumerations will not work with Qt 5.9.0 and 5.9.1, unless QT_SHA3_KECCAK_COMPAT is defined. Task-number: QTBUG-62025 Discussed-at: Change-Id: I6e1fe42ae4b742a7b811fffd14e418fc04f096c3 Reviewed-by: Lars Knoll <>
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