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ssdeep 2.10 released [Jul. 17th, 2013|12:19 am]
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Thank you to everybody who beta tested the new ssdeep! I've fixed the bugs you found and have released the new version 2.10. As a reminder, this version contains a complete re-write of the hashing engine itself. The code, written by Helmut Grohne, is now thread-safe. Please note the ssdeep program is not multi-threaded—yet. But the library on which its based can now easily be used in multi-threaded applications.

This version also fixes a long-standing bug regarding long file paths on Windows. By default, paths are limited to 255 characters. There is a way to extend that limit, however, which I have finally gotten around to implementing.

You can directly download the Windows binaries or source code.

From: fregat_mx
2014-03-19 04:38 pm (UTC)
Python application (Portable Python2.7 for Windows) have dependency on libfuzzy (ssdeep-2.10), which is a binary exe.
Where should be installed this ssdeep-2.10 Windows binary, that Python app can use it?
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[User Picture]From: jessekornblum
2014-03-20 04:25 am (UTC)
DLLs should generally work if they are placed in the same directory as the application which is trying to use them. I'm not familiar with Portable Python for Windows, sorry!
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