Improving the command line UI of gpg

Peter Lebbing peter at
Tue Jul 31 16:03:14 CEST 2018

On 31/07/18 15:17, Andrew Gallagher wrote:
> If we're going to extol GPGME as the one stop shop for all wrappers,
> then we had better make sure it's feature-complete - which it currently
> is not.

In this specific context, though, the discussion is about a command-line
wrapper that simplifies the command line usage for certain tasks. If
something cannot be done through GPGME, you could wonder whether it
would be something that needs to be functionality of this "simpler"
command-line wrapper at all, or people should just use the gpg command line.


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