_almost_ working, now a command line question...

SeidlS at schneider.com SeidlS at schneider.com
Mon Mar 3 20:25:58 CET 2008


This works well if your willing to have the passphrase in the code base
calling GnuPG, but I'm not allowed to.  Instead I will be using a file with
the permissions restricted.   I will be able to get around this once
development is complete, as this is only being tested on my windows
machine, but will be deployed to Unix type server where the
---passphrase-file option is supported.

Scott S.

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Maury Markowitz (maury.markowitz at gmail.com)
wrote on Mon Mar 3 17:44:29 CET 2008 :

>Reading passphrase from file descriptor 0 ...

>And then just sits there. Perhaps I can't call a pipe or redirect
>the VBA shell command; if try I'm pretty much sunk unless I can get
>--passphrase-file to work. And it doesn't.

try this instead of --passphrase-file

--passphrase string
where 'string' is your actual passphrase


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