Privacy Guard Glue, snapshot 19990628
mroth at nessie.de
Tue Jun 29 01:12:52 CEST 1999
Privacy Guard Glue (PGG) Snapshot 19990628 Released
PGG (Privacy Guard Glue) is a well-designed library written in C to
add GnuPG support to applications.
PGG uses GnuPG (Gnu Privacy Guard) with its coprocessing interface as
PGG is free software and includes the complete source code. It is
protected under the Gnu General Public License.
PGG was designed to provided an easy to use and robust interface for
GnuPG. PGG totally hides the complicated and error prone coprocessing
interface of GnuPG and frees the caller of all GnuPG specific tasks
and implementation details.
PGG consists of fine grained objects and functions with clearly
seperated domains. By combining these objects it becomes easy to
perform a desired task.
PGG uses an improved error framework to report errors precisly to the
PGG comes with a testsuite to check proper behaviour of the compiled
PGG is easy to learn and use, with consistent naming of functions and
data structures. PGG comes with examples to show how to use PGG for
PGG can be downloaded from http://www.nessie.de/mroth/pgg/ or (after a
short delay) via anonymous FTP from ftp.gnupg.org/pub/gcrypt/
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