mac-gpg2 v2.0.9 beta available.
benjamin at py-soft.co.uk
Wed Jun 18 05:44:59 CEST 2008
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Benjamin Donnachie wrote:
| There's currently a beta package for gpg v2.0.9 on the Mac available at
Slight bug fix whereby ~/.MacOSX/ was not created if missing:
| To use the OpenPGP smartcard with SSH you will need to add the line
| "enable-ssh-support" to ~/.gnupg/gpg-agent.conf You then need to log
| out and then back in again for it to work.
| If you installed mac-gpg2 by hand previously, any entry in .profile
| relating to source ~/.gpg-agent-info or source ~/.gnupg/.gpg-agent can
| be removed.
| This install will overwrite the file ~/.MacOSX/environment.plist on
| every login. If you do not know what this means then generally you do
| not need to worry. If you do have one, it's fair to assume that you are
| capable of editing /usr/local/sbin/gpg-login.sh to add the required
| statements back in.
See below - additional statements can now be added to the file
| This install will NOT replace and existing Login and Logout hooks. If
| you have any existing hooks you will need to run the following from the
| command line:
This install now replaces any existing Login and Logout hooks. A future
release may preserve existing hooks.
| Further refinements planned before release in order of priority:
| LoginHook - only kill dead standard sockets if gpg-agent set to use
| standard sockets.
| Overall - improve install experience and package as dmg.
Awaits formal release.
| LoginHook - add facility for optional file to contain additional
| environment.plist statements to avoid editing of scripts.
Done - add any additional items to the file
~/.MacOSX/environment.plist.footer in the format:
| LoginHook - remove requirement for environment file and use output from
| gpg-agent instead.
.gpg-agent-info is used by other programs, such as GPGMail, and
therefore will remain.
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