Implementation for golang

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apreiml
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Implementation for golang

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Hi,

I've implemented the decrypting part as a golang lib and command line
tool and released it under a MIT license.

https://git.sr.ht/~apreiml/aescrypt-tools

Is there anything I need to consider regarding the copyrighted name?
Should/Can I add a reference to the website?
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Re: Implementation for golang

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Nice addition! I have no tested it, but I trust it works. I added a link to your code here in a new Go section (as one did not exist before):
https://www.aescrypt.com/download/

You're welcome to use the name AES Crypt in relation to your open source project that works with AES Crypt. A link back to https://www.aescrypt.com would be much appreciated so that people can find the other platforms and open source libraries would be appreciated.
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Re: Implementation for golang

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Ok, great. I've added a link to the readme.

Do you maybe have some test files lying around? Especially for the file versions 0 and 1?
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Unfortunately, I do not. Creating a corpus of those is on my to-do list, but I have not created them, yet. I have a laundry list of such things to do, which means it's not likely to happen soon. Maybe I can find some time during the holiday break, if you're really interested.
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