Verify a signature on Windows98SE: Why not a VBS-script
Fri Oct 11 16:05:08 2002
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At 17:42 2002-10-08 -0700, you wrote:
>Verily, on 8 October, 2002,
> a scroll of the prophet Per Tunedal arrived,
>> 1) version: 1.2.0
>> 2) it is a DOS-problem! I made a bat-file in WindowsXP and made a
>> shortcut in the folder "SEND TO". Thus I could easily check
>> signatures from Windows Explorer by right-clicking and chosing
>> send-to the bat-file. It worked as expected in WindowsXP, but not in
>> 3) Content of bat-file:
>> gpgv %1
>Try gpgv "%1"
>Quotation marks are often necessary in Win9x to pass long file names
>Jonathan B. Wiebe
well I tried that as my second guess. But that didn't work either.
Short names work OK.
Thus: GPG cannot figure out the name of the signed file because the
DOS-names are completely different.
Does any one have a VBS-script instead?
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