|Subject||Re: [Firebird-Architect] Encryption|
On 11/07/10 19:45, Jim Starkey wrote:
> On 11/7/2010 7:50 AM, Alex Peshkoff wrote:Sorry, I've missed reset() method in class Transform.
>> On 11/05/10 03:31, Jim Starkey wrote:
>>> If anyone is planning to screw around with encryption, may I recommend a
>>> formalism that I developed a awhile back that may help.
>> Looks like it's as designed here that transforms are objects of single
>> use - in constructor initial data in some form is passed to transform,
>> then we get() from transform result of it's job, and after it transform
>> can be only destroyed. Does it mean that on practice transform
>> constructors are so fast that we can ignore possible performance issues
>> with it?
> Not the case at all. The reset method prepares a transform for re-use.