Please remove MacGPG from due to serious security concerns

Lukas Pitschl lukele at
Fri Feb 20 15:44:17 CET 2015

I’m not sure if my last emails made it through the list.

Pinentry-mac is one project we’ve „revived“ and thus only added stuff on top of the old code instead of refactoring it.
We’ve been planning to do that for a long time now though, so we’ll definitely look into that and check out how other UIs do it, like GTK.



Am 20.02.2015 um 15:30 schrieb Ville Määttä <mailing-lists at>:

> On 20.02.15 12:42, Jonathan Schleifer wrote:
>> Might I suggest that you start with pinentry?
> Agreed.
>> It would be really helpful if you could instead create a new subdirectory cocoa and do it like the other pinentries.
> Oh yes, definitely agreed. Integrate the necessary changes to the
> upstream build of pinentry as just one more front end option.
> --
> Ville
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