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Number of Reviews:   1

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Hargobin... says:
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Mac GPG... poor integration.  
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written almost 10 years ago

GPG is a great tool, but this attempt to wrap them with a Cocoa interface leaves a lot to be desired. The tools in this project tend to fit together poorly. One tool will duplicate the functionality of another tool while implementing it in a slightly different way or letting you do something *slightly* different with it. This makes the interface confusing and inefficient.
Despite the interface being native Cocoa they feel more bolted on then most application that run on X11.
I installed these tools once and quickly decided that installing gpg with mac ports and running it from the command line was much better. If you absolutely don't want to touch the terminal thou I suppose Mac GPG might be able to help.

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Hargobin... says:
Dc1bfb429fb24582e9ccec1fbf4138c6?&s=58&rating=pg&d=http%3a%2f%2fopenhub.net%2fanon80
Mac GPG... poor integration.  
3.0
   
written almost 10 years ago

GPG is a great tool, but this attempt to wrap them with a Cocoa interface leaves a lot to be desired. The tools in this project tend to fit together poorly. One tool will duplicate the functionality of another tool while implementing it in a slightly different way or letting you do something *slightly* different with it. This makes the interface confusing and inefficient.
Despite the interface being native Cocoa they feel more bolted on then most application that run on X11.
I installed these tools once and quickly decided that installing gpg with mac ports and running it from the command line was much better. If you absolutely don't want to touch the terminal thou I suppose Mac GPG might be able to help.

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