Larry_C_Ellis at hotmail.com
Thu Sep 19 21:14:02 CEST 2002
One trivial solution is to wrap gpg in a batch file. I use the following to
encrypt a file locally:
gpg -e -r myuserid -o %1.gpg %1
Of course, you can be creative and add parameters for passing userids and
other switches as well.
----- Original Message -----
From: <Antonio.Moreno-Gomez at harrisbank.com>
To: <gnupg-users at gnupg.org>; <gnupg-devel at gnupg.org>
Sent: Thursday, September 19, 2002 11:04 AM
> This is a question or trouble report when using gnupg.
> When using the following command: this is for gnupg1.06
> gpg -r mykey --yes --always-trust --encrypt myfile
> when myfile is this is the output file
> abc.txt abc.gpg
> abc abc.gpg
> abc.stu.txt abc.stu.txt.gpg
> abc.xyz.exe.txt abc.xyz.exe.txt.gpg
> when abc.txt is used as the input file the expected file would had been
> abc.txt.gpg but instead I get abc.gpg, which is the same as the output
> encrypting abc
> Is this a bug or is this the way this software was designed? Assuming
> this is wrong is there any fix for that or any detour?
> When using regular pgp trying to encrypt abc.txt the output file is
> abc.txt.pgp which is different from the pair abc ----> abc.pgp
> thank you.
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