A task-oriented GnuPG frontend
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README.md

Yorkie - A task-oriented GnuPG frontend

Description

Yorkie is a GTK3-based, task-oriented graphical frontend for GnuPG. “Task-oriented” means that, when it is called, the frontend performs a single task (e.g., encrypting a file), then quits. Therefore Yorkie is not a replacement for long-running frontends such as GPA. The intended use for Yorkie is to be called from the context menu of a graphical file manager, to perform cryptographic operations on files.

The frontend gets its name from yorkie (symbol yki), a fruit fly gene coding for a transcriptional co-activator that is a part of the Hippo signaling pathway.

Install

Yorkie depends on the following libraries:

  • libgpgme, to perform all cryptographic operations.

  • GTK3 (and underlying libraries such as GLib), for the graphical user interface.

Usage

To encrypt and/or sign a file, call yki with the -e option (or no option at all, as encrypt/sign is the default operation) and the pathname to the file to encrypt and/or sign. In the dialog that will pop up, select the settings you want, then click OK to proceed.

To decrypt and/or verify a file, call yki with the -d option and the pathname to the file to decrypt and/or verify. The program will process the file and display the result of the decryption/verification in a dialog box. Click OK to actually write the decrypted or verified data to a new file.

If the file to verify is a detached signature, Yorkie will assume the corresponding signed data is contained in a file within the same directory and with the same name minus a .asc, .gpg, or .sig extension.

Integration with DES-EMA-compliant file managers

Yorkie comes with two .desktop files, installed under the $prefix/share/yorkie directory, to enable calling Yorkie from the context menu of file managers compliant with the DES-EMA specification (e.g., LibFM-based file managers such as PCManFM. Copy these files to your $XDG_DATA_HOME/file-manager/actions directory for your file manager to use them.

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Yorkie is distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License, version 3 or higher. The full license is included in the COPYING file of the source distribution.

Homepage and repository

The project is located at https://incenp.org/dvlpt/yorkie.html. The latest source code is available at https://git.incenp.org/damien/yorkie.