wk at gnupg.org
Thu Jan 22 10:58:18 CET 2009
On Wed, 21 Jan 2009 21:57, benjamin at py-soft.co.uk said:
> char * pin = (char *) [[pinentry getPINField] UTF8String];
The Qt version does the same:
char *pin = (char *) pinentry.text().utf8();
I have not checked what the curses version does. In general everything
should be utf8 but for historical reasons we have never enforced that so
that you may end up with a mismatch between using the command line
version and Pinentry or another GUI to enter the passphrase.
I would advice to use the too initially used to set the passphrase and
change the passphrase to a plain ascii one. Later it can then be
changed using the GUI.
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