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revised Java Crypto API equivalent to Ruby's OpenSSL (via encrypted_strings library)
Updated code and error message as per actual local test results
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revised Java Crypto API equivalent to Ruby's OpenSSL (via encrypted_strings library)
Added imports and fixed code typo so people can reproduce.
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18
comment Java Crypto API equivalent to Ruby's OpenSSL (via encrypted_strings library)
@GregS Thanks for the feedback. I did initially copy and paste and updated my code to rerun the tests I had and thought I had manually updated the SO code the same way, but apparently I didn't change that line the same way. I will remember to keep things in sync better in future. I will update my question with all imports and the correct code as is momentarily.
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comment Java Crypto API equivalent to Ruby's OpenSSL (via encrypted_strings library)
@DanielChapman Thanks for the library link, I will investigate that avenue if/when I cannot figure out the Java Cryptography API.
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revised Are there compiler options to minimize file size of binary for Opa web (or "cloud") apps?
Updated information with results of `strip` as per @Bill's suggestion
Sep
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comment Are there compiler options to minimize file size of binary for Opa web (or "cloud") apps?
I did, it still is 25Mb though:( Figured it would need to be done at the opa compiler level to get smaller. Thanks though!
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asked Are there compiler options to minimize file size of binary for Opa web (or "cloud") apps?