armoring without encrypting or signing?
Wed Jan 8 03:39:02 2003
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On Tue, Jan 07, 2003 at 06:30:22PM -0500, David Shaw wrote:
> gpg --enarmor
> gpg --dearmor
I didn't know about these commands, I used gpg -a --store to do
it though. I do notice the difference in the output though.
- --store makes an openpgp message with nothing but a data literal
packet, while gpg --enarmor does base64 conversion and
checksumming only. To me, it seems that -a --store is more user
friendly, as no special command is required, gpg knows what to do
with it by default.
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