PHP, windows and GNUPGP - output problems

Steve Butler
Wed Jan 16 16:29:01 2002

The --passphrase-fd option should help.  On Unix/Linux I use --passphrase-fd
0 and then echo "mypassphrase" | gpg [options]

However, I'm thinking that the STDIN, STDLIST, and STDERR may be numbered
differently in DOS/Windows.  Just a nagging thought from the days when I
used to write .bat files.  You might try a '1' instead of the '0' or check
with somebody knowledgeable about the numbering of standard file I/O in
Windows.  Maybe you can play at the command line level to see what happens
before attempting to implement in php.

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