dissononce 0.34.3-2 source package in Ubuntu


dissononce (0.34.3-2) unstable; urgency=medium

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 -- Josue Ortega <email address hidden>  Thu, 05 Sep 2019 11:19:08 -0600

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Josue Ortega on 2019-09-05
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python3-dissononce: Python implementation for Noise Protocol Framework

 Dissononce is a Python implementation for Noise Protocol Framework. A main goal
 of this project is to provide a simple, easy to read and understand practical
 reference for Noise enthusiasts, implementers and users.
 Therefore this project attempts to stick to the following guidelines:
  - Syntax that resembles as closely as possible definitions and pseudo code
    mentioned in Noise Specs.
  - As minimal Python "magic" as possible (explicit is better than implicit).
  - Code that is simple, easy to read, follow and understand.
  - Flexibility to easily adopt future changes to Noise specifications.
  - Deviations from Noise Specs
    (additions, opinionated specs and API changes..etc) are isolated from
    original implementation/API and are optional to use.
  - Deviations from Noise Specs do not influence adjustments to original
    implementation/API that conflict with Noise Specs.