PGG is an interface library between Emacs and various tools for secure communication. PGG also provides a simple user interface to encrypt, decrypt, sign, and verify MIME messages. This package is obsolete; for new code we recommend EasyPG instead. See EasyPG in EasyPG Assistant User’s Manual.
This file describes PGG 0.1, an Emacs interface to various PGP implementations.
|Overview||What PGG is.|
|Prerequisites||Complicated stuff you may have to do.|
|How to use||Getting started quickly.|
|Parsing OpenPGP packets|
|GNU Free Documentation License||The license for this documentation.|
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