James Lance james at thelances.net
Wed Mar 23 12:34:07 MST 2005

On Wednesday 23 March 2005 12:11 pm, Eric Jensen wrote:
> I tried using GnuPG to encrypt
> strings, but MySQL sure doesn't like you passing it encrypted strings
> with all those crazy characters.  Anybody have any ideas?

It depends on what you are using to create your gpg output, but if you are 
using command-line gpg use '-a' to generate ascii armored output.  I image 
most interfaces will give you a similar option.  I know that the perl module 
GnuPG::Interface will generate ascii armored output.

James Lance
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