gpg without commands
Wed Jul 2 21:33:03 2003
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On Wednesday 02 Jul 2003 2:36 pm, David Shaw wrote:
> On Tue, Jul 01, 2003 at 04:33:10PM +0200, Harald Katzer wrote:
> > waiting for the user to insert his message, he wants to encrypt.
> > Does anyone know, where to find documentation how to use it in this mode
> > (invoking without command), cause I don't find any?
> Running just "gpg" is the same as running "gpg filename.gpg". Without
> the filename, it just waits for you to paste filename.gpg into its
> window :)
Then could the gpg output be changed from:
gpg: Go ahead and type your message ...
gpg: Go ahead and paste your message here ....
note the word type - I kept trying to find a key sequence that would cause =
to process the contents so far, empty lines, single . lines, q, x, quit,=20
exit, etc. Only Ctrl+C or Ctrl+Z interrupt it and then, predictably, by=20
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