cipher.c and pubkey.c [Re: rsa/idea/skipjack...]

J Horacio MG Horacio <>
Tue, 23 Nov 1999 11:56:53 +0100

El mar, 23 de nov de 1999, a las 01:28:45 +0100, Thomas Weinbrenner dijo:

> Then put the modules in /usr/local/gnupg/
Well, the modules are in /usr/local/lib/gnupg/, and this seems to be right.
> and add to your ~/.gnupg/options
> load-extension idea
> load-extension rsa
> load-extension skipjack
My most sincere apologies, I had these lines commented, thank you! Now, according to the documentation, the file gnupg/cipher/cipher.c can be easily hacked to include idea support, and so can be gnupg/cipher/pubkey.c to include rsa support (though it claims to be not as easy to hack as cipher.c). What would be the difference in modifying these files and adding idea and/or rsa support to them? (compared to the way I used to add idea and rsa support, ie. by just compiling the modules and modifying ../cipher/ Thank You, -- Horacio Anno MMDCCLII ad Urbe condita ~ Spain ~Spanje ~ Spanien -------------------------------------------------------------------- Key fingerprint = F4EE AE5E 2F01 0DB3 62F2 A9F4 AD31 7093 4233 7AE6