Edward S. Marshall emarshal at logic.net
Mon Nov 9 19:51:24 CET 1998

On Mon, 9 Nov 1998, Holger Schurig wrote:
> However, we can make them much more human-friendly if we look if stdin 
> is a TTY and emit a nice message. If the program is used as a filter, 
> then stdin is not bound to a TTY. The case that someone types in text 
> directly into GnuPG is very, very rare.

Strongly disagree. This prevents me from cutting and pasting text to GPG
in an xterm, telnet window, or on the Linux console, which I do with
startling regularity. ;-)

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