Re: [Orgmode] Re: Feature request: Selective encryption

2007-09-04 Thread Xavier Maillard
I use crypt++.el, and I save the encrypted files with double extension: filename.org.gpg. Such files are opened in org-mode after decryption. Do you have code to automatically decrypt your org file when selecting them -i.e. find-file and friends ? Xavier -- http://www.gnu.org

Re: [Orgmode] Re: Feature request: Selective encryption

2007-09-04 Thread Dmitri Minaev
On 9/5/07, Xavier Maillard [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I use crypt++.el, and I save the encrypted files with double extension: filename.org.gpg. Such files are opened in org-mode after decryption. Do you have code to automatically decrypt your org file when selecting them -i.e.

Re: [Orgmode] Re: Feature request: Selective encryption

2007-09-02 Thread Xavier Maillard
At this point I believe it's mostly used for Gnus, but it's intended to be a general-purpose GPG interface for Emacs. EPG is not targeted at Gnus at all. I am using it outside of Gnus and it just works. Why do you think it is Gnus-centric ? Xavier -- http://www.gnu.org

Re: [Orgmode] Re: Feature request: Selective encryption

2007-09-02 Thread Xavier Maillard
Hi, A few other options: - EPG also has the function epa-encrypt-region. It asks for a recipient's key to use for encrypting, and does symmetric encryption if none is selected. This could be used to selectively encrypt certain subtrees. Especially given

[Orgmode] Re: Feature request: Selective encryption

2007-09-01 Thread Austin Frank
On Sat, Sep 01 2007, Anupam Sengupta wrote: I use epg to encrypt the org-mode files. EPG expects the files to have a suffix of .gpg, which conflicts with the .org suffix - however, I circumvent this with a file local mode setting as the first line in my org files: # -*- mode: org;

[Orgmode] Re: Feature request: Selective encryption

2007-08-31 Thread Austin Frank
On Fri, Aug 31 2007, Carsten Dominik wrote: I do think this would be a useful feature. Some properties I'd find useful: ... If you're interested in using GPG to accomplish these goals, I highly recommend the EasyPG (EPG) package created by Daiki Ueno. At this point I believe it's mostly

[Orgmode] Re: Feature request: Selective encryption

2007-08-31 Thread Anupam Sengupta
Austin == Austin Frank [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Austin If you're interested in using GPG to accomplish these goals, I highly Austin recommend the EasyPG (EPG) package created by Daiki Ueno. At this Austin point I believe it's mostly used for Gnus, but it's intended to be a