merch-redmine / jeremyevans.net wrote:
> Personally, I think it's best to punt and require the user
> provide implementations for creating a password hash and
> checking the password hash via two callable options (e.g.
> :create_password_hash and :check_password_hash).  That way the
> user can determine which password hash format they want to
> use, and it doesn't tie Webrick to one particular hash
> implementation.  If that is considered acceptable I can work
> on a patch for Webrick that keeps the current default behavior
> with a deprecation warning if the callable options are not
> provided.

Is the worth the effort for you or anybody to work on
such an option (which still requires user education) vs
telling them to use Htdigest, which already exists?

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