Commit 7dc7b90a authored by Clemens Fruhwirth's avatar Clemens Fruhwirth

Initial checking of what was revision 56 on http://luks.endorphin.org/svn/cryptsetup



git-svn-id: https://cryptsetup.googlecode.com/svn/trunk@3 36d66b0a-2a48-0410-832c-cd162a569da5
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Christophe Saout <christophe@saout.de>
Clemens Fruhwirth <clemens@endorphin.org>
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