Source Location: /Crypt_GPG-1.6.4/Crypt/GPG/Exceptions.php
An exception thrown by the Crypt_GPG package
An exception thrown when a file is used in ways it cannot be used
An exception thrown when the GPG subprocess cannot be opened
An exception thrown when an invalid GPG operation is attempted
An exception thrown when Crypt_GPG fails to find the key for various operations
An exception thrown when Crypt_GPG cannot find valid data for various operations
An exception thrown when a required passphrase is incorrect or missing
An exception thrown when an attempt is made to delete public key that has an associated private key on the keyring
An exception thrown when an attempt is made to generate a key and the attempt fails
An exception thrown when an attempt is made to generate a key and the key parameters set on the key generator are invalid
Various exception handling classes for Crypt_GPG
Crypt_GPG provides an object oriented interface to GNU Privacy Guard (GPG). It requires the GPG executable to be on the system.
This file contains various exception classes used by the Crypt_GPG package.
PHP version 5
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