Posted on: 09/02/2006 05:04 PM
gnome-gpg 0.5.0 has been released
Gnome-gpg is a command line wrapper for GPG that presents a graphical passphrase entry dialog and optionally allows the user to store theirgnome-gpg 0.5.0
passphrase in the Gnome keyring (either the session keyring or the permanent one).
Changes in this release include:
* Use the same gnome-keyring item name as Seahorse does, so that the user only needs to enter their passphrase once.
* Detect if gnome-keyring is available. If it isn't do not show the "save password" checkboxes, and don't attempt to save the passphrase.
* If the user got their passphrase incorrect, include some text to this effect in the dialog.
* Swipe the man page from the Debian package.