[Bug 346255] Seahorse extension for Nautilus encrypt (+zip) folder produces unecrypted files in a zip archive

User1001 supraexpress at globaleyes.net
Sun Jul 2 21:50:27 UTC 2006

You are correct - TWO files are created: <directory>.zip,

I would like to request that the <directory>.zip file be deleted after
the encrypted ".asc" file is created. There is no real need to keep it
around, and it confuses the issue of 'encrypting an entire directory',
when the original directory is not removed.

seahorse (bugzilla.gnome.org) wrote:
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>  seahorse | general | Ver: unspecified
> Adam Schreiber changed:
>            What    |Removed                     |Added
> ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
>                  CC|                            |sadam at clemson.edu
>              Status|UNCONFIRMED                 |RESOLVED
>          Resolution|                            |NOTABUG
> ------- Comment #1 from Adam Schreiber  2006-07-02 20:36 UTC -------
> I couldn't replicate this, I followed your instructions and did get an
> unencrypted zip file.  I also found a <original folder name>.zip.asc file. 
> This is the encrypted archive.  Due to changes in the mime handling, it may
> need to be renamed to .pgp from .asc.
> Note: CVS HEAD doesn't use the problematic .asc extension.
> Please reopen the bug if this is not the case.

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