Newbie: Search for iphone method
hans at guardianproject.info
Tue Feb 18 22:50:19 CET 2014
Good point. I forgot about the iTunes restrictions, they are not compatible
with the GPL for sure, and probably not the LGPL, so a GnuPG port cannot be
legally distributed in Apple iTunes.
On 02/18/2014 03:11 PM, system at ioioioio.eu wrote:
> consider *cydia* for jailbreak/iphone, as it uses apt-get routines to deliver
> software somehow. that could help understanding the mechanics behind the
> itunes/wall. some sort of software is prohibited for/from apple, so check
> usage of encryption software as well on us.import/export rules as well to safe
> energy for this project.
> a browser based piece of software would be more in the focus, i mentioned some
> weeks ago.
> anyhow, good luck with xcode ( dev. enviroment for iphone/ios )
> Am 18.02.2014 21:05, schrieb mercuryrising:
>> And how would you make
>> A GUI. What
>> Programming would I have to learn. I used to program in basic Between 37 and
>> 25 years ago. On a GRS 80 laptop. Are we talking a degree in software
>> Sent from my iPhone
>>> On Feb 18, 2014, at 6:27 AM, Hans-Christoph Steiner
>>> <hans at guardianproject.info> wrote:
>>> Since GnuPG has run on Mac OS X and FreeBSD for a long time now, it should be
>>> a pretty easy port to get GnuPG running on iPhone. Someone would have to make
>>> a GUI tho.
>>>> On 02/18/2014 04:00 AM, Jürgen Polster wrote:
>>>> One of the options for IOS user is oPenGp, which interacts nicely. But to
>>>> answer correctly: no.
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