signing an verifying data without the need of files
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Tue Jan 16 17:01:08 CET 2007
thanks for your reply!! The problem is, that this tool is written in C and
is using the GPGME library. I want to write a method for my JavaGPG class
and thus would like to know, how this can be done just by using a shell.
The reason is, that my Java API simulates shell commands and retrieves
the results via redirecting the standard output into particular file
descriptors. From here, I can access the results in Java.
But anyway, thanks for your reply, in deed it is a pretty nifty utility
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> Björn Mayer wrote:
>> I would like to sign text without first having to create a file where
>> have to write the text into.
>> --> is it possible to hand the text directly from the standard input?
>> As well I would like to obtain the signature without having to open
>> created ".asc" file.
>> --> is it possible to redirect the file output to the standard output?
>> Of course, the same questions do occure concerning verification!
>> Currently, I'm writing a Java API for a project of mine and would
>> like to
>> speed up the performance
>> by avoiding slow file operations...
> You may wish to look into GPGee. The nifty little utility will add
> appropriate entries to your Rt. Click Context Menu.
> JOHN ;)
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