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Jarmor (Java ASCII Armor) is a tiny collection of stream filters which implement ASCII armors. They can be used to convert streams of binary data into text and vice-versa. For example, it can be used to transfer or store data using text-only means like mail or XML. The supported encodings are Base64, Base32, Base16, UUCP, and ASCII85.

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  •  04 May 2006 14:11

    Release Notes: An error in ASCII85Decoder was fixed. This error occurred for specific rare byte combinations in the last data chunk when it was not complete (i.e. less than four bytes). The encoding class was not affected by the error. Jarmor is now considered stable and known to be used in critical production environments.

    •  28 Aug 2005 08:34

      No changes have been submitted for this release.


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