popen and two-way communication

Stephen Boulet stephendotboulet at motorola_._com
Tue Oct 19 00:36:36 CEST 2004

I'd like to use popen for a little script to call gnu privacy guard and 
display decrypted text to a window.

Working from the dos prompt I can type in:

    "gpg -d <filename>"

But then gpg then comes back at me with something like:

You need a passphrase to unlock the secret key for
user: "xxxx <xx at somewhere.net>"
1024-bit ELG-E key, ID xxxxxx, created 2004-04-27 (main key ID xxxxxx)

Enter passphrase:

After entering the passphrase the decrypted text gets dumped to the console.

How do I do this with popen?


(Too bad the pexpect module doesn't work under windows.)

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