GPGME - omit gpg-agent / pinentry passphrase dialog
daniel at danm.de
Thu Dec 2 21:59:36 CET 2010
On Thu, 02 Dec 2010 18:18:39 +0100 Werner Koch wrote:
Thanks for your fast answer!
> gpg-preset-passphrase(1) is another option
> to control passphrase entry.
Hey, this sounds like an appropriate solution. Does GPGME provide any
functions that will help me to interact with gpg-agent and call
gpg-preset-passphrase? (I haven't see such a function in GPGME's info
page). I'd rather use libgpgme for ALL GnuPG related tasks instead of
calling gpg-preset-passphrase directly from my application. It would be
really nice if I could provide a list with (keyid,passwd) pairs to
Daniel Mueller http://danm.de
Berlin, Germany OpenPGP: F9F982C1
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