Maintained by Unclaimed.
NSOutputStream's API for use to generate SHA1 digests.
Also provides convenience methods for:
Questions about the code should be left as issues at https://github.com/karelia/KSCrypto or message me on Twitter.
CommonCrypto (and Foundation, obviously).
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KSSHA1Stream.m to your project. Ideally, make this repo a submodule, but hey, it's your codebase, do whatever you feel like.
To hash a stream of data:
[[KSSHA1Stream alloc] init]
-write:maxLength: as your data arrives.
KSSHA1Stream promises to always process all bytes passed to it
-close on the stream