#archlinux - Tue 15 May 2007 between 00:00 and 00:14

optikalmousesee if you can import zlib on your own
lilltigerdagnachew: locate zlib.so
/usr/lib/python2.5/lib-dynload/zlib.so << should be there
dagnachewlilltiger, /usr/lib/python2.4/lib-dynload/zlib.so
viczanyone else having problems with sqlite3? I'm getting : sqlite3: symbol lookup error: sqlite3: undefined symbol: sqlite3_io_trace
barebonesDoes anyone know of a python module for interfacing with gpg? I've found this http://py-gnupg.sourceforge.net/, but it hasn't had any development in about 4 years
lilltigerhow strange
optikalmousebarebones, are you sure you want to interface with GPG?
viczah found the problem. never mind.
barebonesoptikalmouse: what do you mean?
viczit was picking up a different shared library in /usr/local/lib......
barebonesI'd like to use gpg to encrypt and decrypt files
lilltigerthen exec(gpg)
he wants to use PGP crypto
GPG is a program that uses OpenPGP
wingotoptikalmouse: I fail to see the problem?
optikalmousewingot, gpg requires an install?
optikalmouseit's like using exec("zlib") instead of importing the zlib module and using that in python.
wingotOhh right
When I saw "interface with GPG" I was thinking module
lilltigeroptikalmouse: exec is prob the better option when the module hasent been upgraded for 4 years
wingotlilltiger: Nope.
The best oiption is to upgrade the module ;)
barebonesthe module still works, I tried it out
I just was looking to see if theres something that's still being devloped
lilltigerthe module might have security issues
dagnachewlilltiger,, I added /usr/lib/python2.5/lib-dynload/zlib.so to my PYTHONPATH like this
lilltiger, export PYTHONPATH=$PYTHONPATAH:/usr/lib/python2.5/lib-dynload/
lilltiger, same error
that's what you want to use barebones
it has the public key crypto that gpg uses
"The sender uses PGP encryption to create a digital signature for the message with either the RSA or DSA signature algorithms."
and lucky you, that module supports both RSA and DSA. so use that.

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