tiny_gnupg - A small-as-possible solution for handling GnuPG ECC keys.
This project is just getting started. It’s not even fair to call it in beta. Contributions welcome. The aim is for a small, simple & intuitive wrapper for creating and using GnuPG’s Ed-25519 curve keys.
This package is only seeking to be compatible with linux systems.
username = "username" email = "email@example.com" passphrase = "test_user_passphrase" gpg = GnuPG(username, email, passphrase) # Now this key_id can be used with gpg2 commands print(gpg.key_id) # The goal is eventually to automate the other signing, verifying, # encrypting, and decrypting functions. Any help with this is very # welcome! As well as getting rid of the need of pynput for # dealing with the linux pin-entry. Automating the password entry # is ideal.
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