gnupg and the windows command line
JPClizbe at comcast.net
Mon Jan 17 01:47:33 CET 2005
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Dominik Werder wrote:
> I wonder how you tell the gpg command line tool on windows that you have
> finished typing and that it should start encrypting, Ctrl-D as EOF doesn't
> work, it just prints "^D"..
Ctrl-Z is the EOF on Windows. You may have to follow it with 'Enter'.
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