HOWTO on interfacing with gnupg/pgp?
Mon Jun 18 14:55:02 2001
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|| On Sun, 17 Jun 2001 23:56:26 +0200
|| Marc Mutz <Marc.Mutz@uni-bielefeld.de> wrote:=20
mm> Is it ready for production yet?
Use it. It is probably better debugged than other tools invoking gpg
and well, I amthe manin author of both and so I take care that both
mm> Will it be binary compatible within minor revision numbers?
I don't undertstand this. The standard library conventions are of
course honoured and I once stated that I see no reason to change an
mm> Does it support PGP?
Of course not! The GNU project does not support proprietary
software or advocates its use.=20
mm> If one of the questions' answers is 'no', then we can't use gpgme
Why do you want to use PGP? Aren't you still not upset enough about
their policies and deliberately introduced incomptibilities? Tssss.
Werner Koch Omnis enim res, quae dando non deficit, dum habetur
g10 Code GmbH et non datur, nondum habetur, quomodo habenda est.
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