Off-topic - GPL [Re: gnupg 1.0.4-1 and WinME?]
Tue, 24 Oct 2000 19:47:15 +0100
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Good evening, David Champion
Subject:Off-topic - GPL [Re: gnupg 1.0.4-1 and WinME?]
> Anyway, this presumes that the DLL contains GnuPG code, and is not just
> a wrapper for invoking GnuPG. It wasn't clear to me from discussion so
> far that this is the case.
The Becky 2 plug-in invokes the command line version of GnuPG for Windows.
It does not confer any additional facilities, but is simply there to allow
encryption, decryption, verification, and signing. You still have to enter
Pc-Dos for commands, and until there are keyserver facilities, you still
need a GUI version of PGP running to access keyservers.
Incidentally, there is also a PGP plug-in for Becky 2 that also utilises the
commandline version of PGP 6.5.x, but does not have the same functionality
as the GnuPGP plug-in.
An earlier posting referred to Becky being available for 30 days' trial.
That is Becky 1 (Rebecca), not Becky 2, which is in Beta at present.
- - 24/10/00 19:37:32
- - Written using Becky! 2 Beta 32, and ATML and GnuPG Plug-Ins
Please PGP/GnuPG sign mail for verification and encrypt for internet security
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