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GPG-Crypter is a GTK+ frontend to GnuPG (GPG) and is intended to decrypt and encrypt text into ASCII-armored GPG ciphers. It provides text boxes to enter plaintext or ciphers. File encryption and decryption are available.

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Recent releases

  •  17 Feb 2007 13:29

    Release Notes: This release adds minor feature enhancements like plaintext- and cipher-file loading and saving. The edit menu and the quick-buttons for fast clipboard operations are active now. The French and Polish translations have been inserted into the source tree and binary packages. The compilation dependence has changed from libgpgme-pthread to libgpgme because some people reported errors with the threaded version and gpg-crypter doesn't need them.

    •  28 Dec 2006 18:24

      Release Notes: gpg-crypter has been rewritten to use glade for the frontend. Localization has been implemented. There is a new about dialog. A menu has been added (not all functions implemented). There is a Debian package available.

      •  30 Nov 2006 15:04

        Release Notes: The project's own header files were added to the distribution.

        •  29 Nov 2006 16:10

          Release Notes: This is just a minor update to include the configure script. Now you can easily build and install GPG-Crypter with "./configure && make && make install". The dependencies were updated. GPG-Crypter now depends on the right versions of GTK+ (2.8.0) and libGPGME (1.1.2).

          •  26 Nov 2006 15:40

            Release Notes: This release adds a menu and status bar (no menu entries yet). It adds tabs to the main window. A filecrypter tab has been added. The functions fileencrypt and filedecrypt have been implemented. A checkbox has been added to the filecrypter tab for armor selection. Automatic OK selection when pressing enter in the passphrase entry field. Error and warning dialogs have been added.


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