Python-based OpenPGP packet readers ...
alan at balclutha.org
Tue Apr 1 09:01:01 CEST 2003
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Does anyone know if there are any python tools able to read and analyse
(or at least place into a data structure) an Open PGP message?
In particular, I'm very interested in OpenPGP public key messages.
I've had a quick look at pyme, but it seems to not work properly with
the latest gpg (I dont know if it works with earlier ones) - in fact the
pyme/gpgme stuff seems a little confusing to me - especially the bit
where there appear to be no physical dependencies upon the underlying
gnupg includes and libs. This rather indicates that gpgme kicks off gpg
as a coprocess - if I wanted that behaviour, I could just use a shell
script (well an expect script anyway...).
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