> > Isn't PGP written in C? Wouldn't it be better to port the
> C to the 400
> > instead?
> Good point, but I'm more interested in an MI implementation,
> since I don't
> have the bucks for C for my experimenation box. It also
> seems to me that an
> MI implementation would be faster.
If you're going to put a lot of effort into this, you might as well do it right. If the code is written in C, and integrated into the current PGP development structure, you will get a lot more support from the open source community.
Perhaps someone else would be able to give you access to a C compiler on another system.
JMHO, of course.
p.s. If you ask my alter-ego (email@example.com) nicely, you'll probably be able to get a mailing list server to coordinate the development effort :) (Buying him sushi helps too <grin>)
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