pinentry - Impossible to disable/ignore if present?

Werner Koch wk at
Fri Apr 20 15:06:09 CEST 2007

On Fri, 20 Apr 2007 14:22, colding at said:

> I find that pinentry unconditionally is being launched whenever I
> attempt to encrypt or decrypt something using gpgme. 

Depends.  With gpg 1.4 you need to use --use-agent.  But if you are
using gpg2 the gpg-agent is required and you won't see a passphrase
callback.  That is so that we eventually can move all secret key
processing into gpg-agent.



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