GPG Windows tip

ChingChe_Chen@asus.com.tw ChingChe_Chen@asus.com.tw
Thu Mar 14 13:23:02 2002


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Hi Peter,

I think I didn't describe my question about long file name clearly.

I tried to decrypt a file "filenameover8.txt.asc", the out put file
is "filena~1.asc.out". I just wondered is there some way to ensure
that GPG can get a long file name form correctly.

If this is a limitation, it's OK. Those tips already help me much and
convenience enough. Thanks!

Ching-che Chen

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From: Hegt, Peter [mailto:Peter.Hegt@phidias.nl]
Sent: Thursday, March 14, 2002 6:24 PM
To: ChingChe Chen({q)
Subject: RE: GPG Windows tip


Hi,

ChingChe_Chen wrote:

>> I have another question. Is it possible to support long file
name?
Well, the file name %1 is enclosed in double quotes, so if GPG
supports
long file names (with spaces), then it should work fine. You can try
it out
yourself.

>> By the way, how to specify more than one recipient name?
use
gpg.exe
and memorise all the options...
My tip has its limitations.

Regards,
Peter
peter.hegt at phidias dot nl
PGP/GPG public key at http://pgpkeys.mit.edu or
http://keyserver.pgp.com
(search for above email address)
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