secp256k1-haskell

Bindings for secp256k1 http://github.com/haskoin/secp256k1-haskell#readme

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MIT licensed by Jean-Pierre Rupp
Maintained by jprupp@protonmail.ch

Haskell bindings for secp256k1

This project contains Haskell bindings for the secp256k1 library.

Changes

Changelog

All notable changes to this project will be documented in this file.

The format is based on Keep a Changelog and this project adheres to Semantic Versioning.

0.2.5

Changed

  • Reuse context aggressively.
  • Generate context in a single thread.

0.2.4

Changed

  • Update Cabal and package version.

0.2.3

Changed

  • Return meaningful error upon encountering weird ret status from upstream code.

Added

  • Test parallel signature creation and verification.

0.2.2

Removed

  • Hide tweak negation behind a flag for compatibilidy with Debian 9.

Fixed

  • Correct code that was not compiling with some flags enabled.

0.2.1

Changed

  • Do not depend on hardcoded DER signatures in tests.

0.2.0

Added

  • Support for ECDH APIs.
  • Support for Schnorr APIs.

Removed

  • Enabling key recovery APIs need a flag.

0.1.8

Added

  • Add missing NFData instances for some types.

0.1.7

Added

  • Add NFData instances for all types.

0.1.6

Added

  • Use pkgconfig for C library dependency.

0.1.5

Added

  • Flag for ECDH bindings.

0.1.4

Changed

  • Constrain imports to avoid clashes with a QuickCheck function.

0.1.3

Added

  • Hashable instances for various types.

0.1.2

Changed

  • Separate dependencies between library and tests.
  • Remove hspec default to prevent problems with Nix.

Removed

  • Dependency to cryptohash not needed.

0.1.1

Changed

  • Update changelog to reflect name and version change.
  • Update to LTS Haskell 12.9.

0.1.0

Changed

  • Name of package change from secp256k1 to secp256k1-haskell to avoid Nix conflicts.