gnupg API access
ThomasSpuhler at tusonix.com
Fri Jan 9 08:46:32 CET 2004
You may want to check the date on your PC. The mail just got in and
today it is January 9 not January 6.
On Tue, 2004-01-06 at 08:01, Dominik wrote:
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> For developers who wish to use gnupg in their project, the website says
> that they should use gpg made easy.
> But it also states that gpg made easy is not yet stable..
> My question is: How can I then access the API used by the gnupg command
> line utility and where can I find infromation about this?
> Probably I just missed this, please point me into the right direction!
> btw: the enigma project for mozilla mail seems to use the command line
> utility directly, the console contains the output of it. But that cant
> be the preferred way, is it? What do they do with localized versions of
> Thank you!
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