windows front end to GnuPG
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Tue Apr 19 21:56:46 CEST 2011
On Tue, 19 Apr 2011 16:00:30 -0300
Faramir <faramir.cl at gmail.com> articulated:
> El 18-04-2011 8:38, Jerry escribió:
> > On Sun, 17 Apr 2011 22:28:23 -0300
> > Faramir <faramir.cl at gmail.com> articulated:
> >> My favorite is GPGShell, but it is not Opensource, and it has
> >> some problems with Windows 7 (tools for the context menu are not
> >> shown). I wish there was something with the same capabilities and
> >> multiplataform.
> > Did you try the latest version: GPGshell v3.77, available from:
> That's the version I'm using ;)
> I still use XP, so the problem with contextual menu doesn't affect
> me, but I can confirm it exists (I asked a friend to install it in
> his laptop).
> > The fact that it is not open-source would be inconsequential to me.
> Same here, but some people don't like "closed source" apps... but
> since GPGshell is for windows, they already have a very big "closed
> source" piece of software installed.
> > There is a link on the URL listed above to contact the author. If
> > there is a problem with Windows 7 and the latest version, perhaps
> > you might want to contact the author and inform him of that. He may
> > not be aware of it.
> Well, in the compatibility list, he said he won't update it
> anymore, and he won't provide compatibility for versions of windows
> newer than XP. I guess he is not using (or doesn't have access to)
> windows vista or 7. And I understand that, I won't be moving from XP
> until I'm forced to do it, and it will require me to renew my
> computer too, so... Anyway, I just sent him a report, right now.
I just sent him a note also informing him that I would be interested in
beta testing on a Windows 7 machine if he so desired.
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