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pygpgme - Python module for working with OpenPGP messages

PyGPGME is a Python module that lets you sign, verify, encrypt and decrypt
files using the OpenPGP format.  It is built on top of GNU Privacy Guard and
the GPGME library.
License: LGPLv2+ Group: development/languages
URL: http://cheeseshop.python.org/pypi/pygpgme/0.1


Latest: pygpgme-0.1-19.20090824bzr68.el5.fio.x86_64.rpm
Name Epoch Version Release Arch Size Built
pygpgme 0 0.1 19.20090824bzr68.el5.fio x86_64 77 KiB 2013-05-05 04:55:31


* 2010-02-03 - Miloslav Trmač <mitr[AT]redhat[DOTCOM]> - 0.1-18.20090824bzr68
- Classify pygpgme-examples.patch as Source, not a Patch, to silence rpmlint
* 2009-10-28 - Toshio Kuratomi <toshio[AT]fedoraproject[DOTORG]> - 0.1-17.20090824bzr68
- Include tests and examples as documentation.
* 2009-08-24 - Toshio Kuratomi <toshio[AT]fedoraproject[DOTORG]> - 0.1-16.20090824bzr68
- Rebase to new upstream snapshot
- Patches merged upstream
- Fixes deprecation warnings on py2.6/py3.0
- Remove py2.3 patch -- only needed for EPEL-4
* 2009-07-28 - Jesse Keating <jkeating[AT]redhat[DOTCOM]> - 0.1-15.20090121bzr54
- Add a second patch from mitr for symmetric_encryption_support
* 2009-07-28 - Jesse Keating <jkeating[AT]redhat[DOTCOM]> - 0.1-14.20090121bzr54
- Patch from mitr for gpgme_ctx_set_engine_info

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