encrypting stdin

Anthony E . Greene agreene@pobox.com
Tue Jun 5 06:03:02 2001

On Mon, 04 Jun 2001 22:38:29 Matthew Nuzum wrote:

>I am trying to encrypt stdin. For example,
>Gpg =96a =96r myid =96e
>I=92m told to =93Go ahead and type your message =85=94
>I type my message and then I don=92t know what to do. ^C cancels the
>^z suspends
^d is end-of-text, but this is not really what you need.
>My goal is to be able to encode data from a program without writing a file
>to disk. I understand that there is a batch mode, but there doesn=92t app=
>to be instructions on how to use it.
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