Cabal-3.7.0.0: A framework for packaging Haskell software
Safe HaskellSafe-Inferred
LanguageHaskell2010

Distribution.Utils.MD5

Synopsis

Documentation

showMD5 :: MD5 -> String Source #

Show MD5 in human readable form

>>> showMD5 (Fingerprint 123 456)
"000000000000007b00000000000001c8"
>>> showMD5 $ md5 $ BS.pack [0..127]
"37eff01866ba3f538421b30b7cbefcac"

@since 3.2.0.0

md5 :: ByteString -> MD5 Source #

@since 3.2.0.0

Helpers

md5FromInteger :: Integer -> MD5 Source #

>>> showMD5 $ md5FromInteger 0x37eff01866ba3f538421b30b7cbefcac
"37eff01866ba3f538421b30b7cbefcac"

Note: the input is truncated:

>>> showMD5 $ md5FromInteger 0x1230000037eff01866ba3f538421b30b7cbefcac
"37eff01866ba3f538421b30b7cbefcac"

Yet, negative numbers are not a problem...

>>> showMD5 $ md5FromInteger (-1)
"ffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffff"

Since: Cabal-3.4.0.0

Binary

binaryPutMD5 :: MD5 -> Put Source #

@since 3.2.0.0

binaryGetMD5 :: Get MD5 Source #

@since 3.2.0.0