Hi, About 2 months ago, I asked this list if there was a tool to add new recipients (technically public-key encrypted session key packets) to an encrypted message. As a reminder I need such a tool because I replaced my old ElGamal encryption key with a new RSA one that is stored on a smartcard.
Since no such tool seemed to exist, I decided to write my own, using as much as possible of the source code for GnuPG, and here it is. Currently, is is very GnuPG-dependant, so I distribute is with a copy of GnuPG 2.0.15. Anyone who is interested (even remotely) by such a tool is welcome to test it and make comments or suggestions. I'd also like to gather opinions about the best way to maintain and distribute such a tool in the future. I'm not really willing to maintain for gpg-edit-recipients a copy of all the functions I need from GnuPG. There are the options I've seen: * maintain and distribute it within GnuPG, in an extra directory (that would be my prefered choice, but as I understand it the GnuPG maintainers might not want to bloat GnuPG) * maintain it separately from GnuPG, but require the source- and build-directory of GnuPG to build (I think that would be quite unconvenient for users or packagers) * accept to maintain my own copy of all the functions I need. Those who are interested can grab gnupg-edit-recipients at http://nicolas.boullis.free.fr/downloads/ Regards, Nicolas Boullis
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