Questions using GPGME
justus at g10code.com
Thu Jul 6 16:01:47 CEST 2017
Andreas Heinlein <aheinlein at gmx.com> writes:
> Am 06.07.2017 um 14:01 schrieb Justus Winter:
>>> 2.) Is there a way to safely distinguish "User clicked cancel when asked
>>> for the passphrase" from other errors? I think an application should
>>> abort silently in this case, but I'm getting another GPGMEError without
>>> any clue to the reason.
>> Maybe. GPGMEError is a very general error, this is a bit of pyme
>> legacy. You can inspect the error code using .getcode(). For a quick
>> check, try to str() the error.
> Thank you for the quick answer. I gave it a try with 3 tests, one
> decrypt with cancel'ing the pinentry, one with missing private key and
> one with a truncated input file. All three gave
> print str(e): Invocation of gpgme_op_decrypt_verify: GPGME: Decryption
> print e.getcode(): 152
> So this doesn't help.
Well, then it is not python-gpg's fault, but the underlying library or
components do not differentiate that.
> But good to know someone is working on this
I'm not. If you feel that this is important, please file a bug.
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