Looking for an encrypted list

Bruce Richardson brichardson@lineone.net
Thu, 11 May 2000 00:11:09 +0100

On Wed, May 10, 2000 at 08:33:28AM -0700, Eric Hanchrow wrote:

> A word of pessimism: GnuPG is indeed meant to be a replacement of PGP,
> but (*sigh*) that doesn't mean it's a transparent replacement.
> Specifically: its command-line options are quite different, and I'd
> expect any program that was designed to use PGP would fail miserably
> if given GnuPG, because the program would pass command-line options
> that work for PGP, but don't work for GnuPG.
> Now, it would probably be reasonably straightforward to re-write the
> program to deal with GnuPG, but it would require work.
Or you could write a wrapper script to translate pgp commands into gpg ones? Don't use pgp so don't know how well that works. -- Bruce The ice-caps are melting, tra-la-la-la. All the world is drowning, tra-la-la-la-la. -- Tiny Tim.