GPGMe Question (possibly round 2)
dansully at uchicago.edu
Tue Mar 29 00:28:46 CEST 2011
Thank-you for your reply. I found this post by Werner Koch that said I could use C++ with gpgme. Is this not correct?
On Mar 28, 2011, at 4:08 PM, Robert J. Hansen wrote:
> On Mon, 28 Mar 2011 15:29:01 -0500, Daniel Sullivan
> <dansully at uchicago.edu>
>> This is my first posting to this list, I apologize if I am posting to
>> wrong place. If this email should be directed to a different email
>> please let me know and I will make sure to bark up somebody else's tree.
> Here or GnuPG-Users are good choices. GnuPG-Users is probably a better
> choice, but here works fine.
>> Admittedly I am learning
>> C++ at the same time I am doing this, so I am a newbie in many regards.
> C++ may be part of the problem. Have you tried telling NetBeans this is a
> straight C program? (You will need to change your code for it to compile
> as C: #include <cstdlib> should become #include <stdlib.h>, and you'll need
> to remove #include <iostream> and the using statement.)
> I would not recommend using C libraries if you're just beginning to learn
> C++. Modern C++ code is written in a vastly different style than C. If
> you're just learning C++ and you're linking against C, you're going to
> effectively be trying to learn how to program in two different languages at
> the same time.
> Please don't think I'm trying to discourage you -- nothing of the sort.
> C++ and C are both worth learning. It's just that trying to learn them
> both at the same time will be a bit of a challenge. :)
> Best of luck!
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