New encrypt-files option - CVS code

David Shaw dshaw at
Wed Jan 9 20:03:02 CET 2002

On Wed, Jan 09, 2002 at 05:45:54PM +0100, Timo Schulz wrote:
> On Wed Jan 09 2002; 10:31, David Shaw wrote:
> > I was just thinking that when --encrypt-files is given only one
> > argument it almost identical to --encrypt... so why not just rename
> > "--encrypt-files" as "--encrypt" and have one command?  It would need
> > a slight tweak to handle stdin, but that's easy.  (Would the status
> > stuff cause a problem here?)
> Okay, you're right but I think about another stdin handling then
> --encrypt use. It would be very useful to use the similar style
> like verify_files. Then you can put the filenames to stdin and
> if there is no stdin data each given file will be encrypt.

Great idea.  This is even better.


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