BlueCryptor - Swift cross-platform crypto library using CommonCrypto/libcrypto

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Swift cross-platform crypto library derived from IDZSwiftCommonCrypto. IMPORTANT NOTE: This release is NOT entirely source code compatible with previous releases. There are instances where exceptions are thrown now instead of the framework calling fatalError(). This means that there are more recoverable errors in the library than before. The only time that fatalError() is called is to indicate either a programming error or a non-recoverable system error.



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