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+school, if any, to sign a "copyright disclaimer" for the program, if
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+please read `'.
+File:, Node: Function and Data Index, Prev: Concept Index, Up: Top
+Function and Data Index
+* Menu:
+* AM_PATH_GPGME: Using Automake. (line 13)
+* AM_PATH_GPGME_PTH: Using Automake. (line 15)
+* AM_PATH_GPGME_PTHREAD: Using Automake. (line 17)
+* CHECKSUM_CREATE_FILES: UI Server Checksum Files.
+ (line 10)
+* CHECKSUM_VERIFY_FILES: UI Server Checksum Files.
+ (line 23)
+* DECRYPT: UI Server Decrypt. (line 27)
+* DECRYPT_FILES: UI Server Verify/Decrypt Files.
+ (line 10)
+* DECRYPT_VERIFY_FILES: UI Server Verify/Decrypt Files.
+ (line 12)
+* ENCRYPT: UI Server Encrypt. (line 46)
+* ENCRYPT_FILES: UI Server Sign/Encrypt Files.
+ (line 10)
+* ENCRYPT_SIGN_FILES: UI Server Sign/Encrypt Files.
+ (line 12)
+* enum gpgme_data_encoding_t: Data Buffer Meta-Data.
+ (line 28)
+* enum gpgme_event_io_t: I/O Callback Interface.
+ (line 57)
+* enum gpgme_hash_algo_t: Hash Algorithms. (line 10)
+* enum gpgme_protocol_t: Protocols and Engines.
+ (line 17)
+* enum gpgme_pubkey_algo_t: Public Key Algorithms.
+ (line 10)
+* enum gpgme_sig_mode_t: Creating a Signature.
+ (line 7)
+* enum gpgme_sig_stat_t: Verify. (line 277)
+* FILE: UI Server Set Input Files.
+ (line 10)
+* GETINFO: Miscellaneous UI Server Commands.
+ (line 10)
+* gpgme_attr_t <1>: Key Signatures. (line 20)
+* gpgme_attr_t: Information About Keys.
+ (line 42)
+* gpgme_cancel: Cancellation. (line 17)
+* gpgme_cancel_async: Cancellation. (line 38)
+* gpgme_check_version: Library Version Check.
+ (line 8)
+* gpgme_ctx_get_engine_info: Crypto Engine. (line 14)
+* gpgme_ctx_set_engine_info: Crypto Engine. (line 27)
+* gpgme_ctx_t: Contexts. (line 13)
+* gpgme_data_encoding_t: Data Buffer Meta-Data.
+ (line 28)
+* gpgme_data_get_encoding: Data Buffer Meta-Data.
+ (line 69)
+* gpgme_data_get_file_name: Data Buffer Meta-Data.
+ (line 7)
+* gpgme_data_new: Memory Based Data Buffers.
+ (line 13)
+* gpgme_data_new_from_cbs: Callback Based Data Buffers.
+ (line 80)
+* gpgme_data_new_from_fd: File Based Data Buffers.
+ (line 12)
+* gpgme_data_new_from_file: Memory Based Data Buffers.
+ (line 40)
+* gpgme_data_new_from_filepart: Memory Based Data Buffers.
+ (line 58)
+* gpgme_data_new_from_mem: Memory Based Data Buffers.
+ (line 24)
+* gpgme_data_new_from_stream: File Based Data Buffers.
+ (line 31)
+* gpgme_data_new_with_read_cb: Callback Based Data Buffers.
+ (line 98)
+* gpgme_data_read: Data Buffer I/O Operations.
+ (line 8)
+* gpgme_data_read_cb_t: Callback Based Data Buffers.
+ (line 12)
+* gpgme_data_release: Destroying Data Buffers.
+ (line 7)
+* gpgme_data_release_and_get_mem: Destroying Data Buffers.
+ (line 13)
+* gpgme_data_release_cb_t: Callback Based Data Buffers.
+ (line 53)
+* gpgme_data_rewind: Data Buffer I/O Operations.
+ (line 62)
+* gpgme_data_seek: Data Buffer I/O Operations.
+ (line 27)
+* gpgme_data_seek_cb_t: Callback Based Data Buffers.
+ (line 44)
+* gpgme_data_set_encoding: Data Buffer Meta-Data.
+ (line 75)
+* gpgme_data_set_file_name: Data Buffer Meta-Data.
+ (line 18)
+* gpgme_data_t: Exchanging Data. (line 14)
+* gpgme_data_write: Data Buffer I/O Operations.
+ (line 18)
+* gpgme_data_write_cb_t: Callback Based Data Buffers.
+ (line 28)
+* gpgme_decrypt_result_t: Decrypt. (line 58)
+* gpgme_edit_cb_t: Advanced Key Editing.
+ (line 8)
+* gpgme_encrypt_result_t: Encrypting a Plaintext.
+ (line 76)
+* gpgme_engine_check_version: Engine Version Check.
+ (line 8)
+* gpgme_engine_info_t: Engine Information. (line 7)
+* gpgme_err_code: Error Values. (line 44)
+* gpgme_err_code_from_errno: Error Values. (line 101)
+* gpgme_err_code_t: Error Values. (line 7)
+* gpgme_err_code_to_errno: Error Values. (line 106)
+* gpgme_err_make: Error Values. (line 60)
+* gpgme_err_make_from_errno: Error Values. (line 87)
+* gpgme_err_source: Error Values. (line 52)
+* gpgme_err_source_t: Error Values. (line 14)
+* gpgme_error: Error Values. (line 69)
+* gpgme_error_from_errno: Error Values. (line 92)
+* gpgme_error_t: Error Values. (line 25)
+* gpgme_error_t (*gpgme_edit_cb_t) (void *HANDLE, gpgme_status_code_t STATUS, const char *ARGS, int FD): Advanced Key Editing.
+ (line 8)
+* gpgme_error_t (*gpgme_io_cb_t) (void *DATA, int FD): I/O Callback Interface.
+ (line 7)
+* gpgme_error_t (*gpgme_passphrase_cb_t)(void *HOOK, const char *UID_HINT, const char *PASSPHRASE_INFO, int PREV_WAS_BAD, int FD): Passphrase Callback.
+ (line 8)
+* gpgme_error_t (*gpgme_register_io_cb_t) (void *DATA, int FD, int DIR, gpgme_io_cb_t FNC, void *FNC_DATA, void **TAG): I/O Callback Interface.
+ (line 21)
+* gpgme_event_io_t <1>: Registering I/O Callbacks.
+ (line 7)
+* gpgme_event_io_t: I/O Callback Interface.
+ (line 57)
+* gpgme_free: Destroying Data Buffers.
+ (line 26)
+* gpgme_genkey_result_t: Generating Keys. (line 75)
+* gpgme_get_armor: ASCII Armor. (line 14)
+* gpgme_get_engine_info: Engine Information. (line 47)
+* gpgme_get_include_certs: Included Certificates.
+ (line 40)
+* gpgme_get_io_cbs: Registering I/O Callbacks.
+ (line 46)
+* gpgme_get_key: Listing Keys. (line 149)
+* gpgme_get_keylist_mode: Key Listing Mode. (line 64)
+* gpgme_get_passphrase_cb: Passphrase Callback. (line 54)
+* gpgme_get_progress_cb: Progress Meter Callback.
+ (line 33)
+* gpgme_get_protocol: Protocol Selection. (line 22)
+* gpgme_get_protocol_name: Protocols and Engines.
+ (line 47)
+* gpgme_get_sig_key: Verify. (line 477)
+* gpgme_get_sig_status: Verify. (line 326)
+* gpgme_get_sig_string_attr: Verify. (line 381)
+* gpgme_get_sig_ulong_attr: Verify. (line 415)
+* gpgme_get_textmode: Text Mode. (line 21)
+* gpgme_hash_algo_name: Hash Algorithms. (line 40)
+* gpgme_hash_algo_t: Hash Algorithms. (line 10)
+* gpgme_import_result_t: Importing Keys. (line 111)
+* gpgme_import_status_t: Importing Keys. (line 73)
+* gpgme_invalid_key_t: Crypto Operations. (line 11)
+* gpgme_io_cb_t: I/O Callback Interface.
+ (line 7)
+* gpgme_key_get_string_attr: Information About Keys.
+ (line 185)
+* gpgme_key_get_ulong_attr: Information About Keys.
+ (line 199)
+* gpgme_key_ref: Manipulating Keys. (line 7)
+* gpgme_key_release: Manipulating Keys. (line 20)
+* gpgme_key_sig_get_string_attr: Key Signatures. (line 78)
+* gpgme_key_sig_get_ulong_attr: Key Signatures. (line 92)
+* gpgme_key_sig_t: Key Management. (line 82)
+* gpgme_key_t: Key Management. (line 190)
+* gpgme_key_unref: Manipulating Keys. (line 11)
+* gpgme_keylist_result_t: Listing Keys. (line 125)
+* gpgme_new: Creating Contexts. (line 7)
+* gpgme_new_signature_t: Creating a Signature.
+ (line 58)
+* gpgme_op_card_edit: Advanced Key Editing.
+ (line 50)
+* gpgme_op_card_edit_start: Advanced Key Editing.
+ (line 57)
+* gpgme_op_decrypt: Decrypt. (line 8)
+* gpgme_op_decrypt_result: Decrypt. (line 81)
+* gpgme_op_decrypt_start: Decrypt. (line 22)
+* gpgme_op_decrypt_verify: Decrypt and Verify. (line 8)
+* gpgme_op_delete: Deleting Keys. (line 8)
+* gpgme_op_delete_start: Deleting Keys. (line 22)
+* gpgme_op_edit: Advanced Key Editing.
+ (line 21)
+* gpgme_op_edit_start: Advanced Key Editing.
+ (line 39)
+* gpgme_op_encrypt: Encrypting a Plaintext.
+ (line 9)
+* gpgme_op_encrypt_result: Encrypting a Plaintext.
+ (line 88)
+* gpgme_op_encrypt_sign: Encrypting a Plaintext.
+ (line 100)
+* gpgme_op_encrypt_sign_start: Encrypting a Plaintext.
+ (line 111)
+* gpgme_op_encrypt_start: Encrypting a Plaintext.
+ (line 61)
+* gpgme_op_export: Exporting Keys. (line 27)
+* gpgme_op_export_ext: Exporting Keys. (line 58)
+* gpgme_op_export_ext_start: Exporting Keys. (line 79)
+* gpgme_op_export_keys: Exporting Keys. (line 90)
+* gpgme_op_export_keys_start: Exporting Keys. (line 113)
+* gpgme_op_export_start: Exporting Keys. (line 47)
+* gpgme_op_genkey: Generating Keys. (line 8)
+* gpgme_op_genkey_result: Generating Keys. (line 97)
+* gpgme_op_genkey_start: Generating Keys. (line 65)
+* gpgme_op_import: Importing Keys. (line 11)
+* gpgme_op_import_ext: Importing Keys. (line 176)
+* gpgme_op_import_keys: Importing Keys. (line 37)
+* gpgme_op_import_keys_start: Importing Keys. (line 62)
+* gpgme_op_import_result: Importing Keys. (line 162)
+* gpgme_op_import_start: Importing Keys. (line 26)
+* gpgme_op_keylist_end: Listing Keys. (line 82)
+* gpgme_op_keylist_ext_start: Listing Keys. (line 36)
+* gpgme_op_keylist_next: Listing Keys. (line 67)
+* gpgme_op_keylist_result: Listing Keys. (line 137)
+* gpgme_op_keylist_start: Listing Keys. (line 8)
+* gpgme_op_passwd: Changing Passphrases.
+ (line 8)
+* gpgme_op_passwd_start: Changing Passphrases.
+ (line 20)
+* gpgme_op_sign: Creating a Signature.
+ (line 23)
+* gpgme_op_sign_result: Creating a Signature.
+ (line 100)
+* gpgme_op_sign_start: Creating a Signature.
+ (line 49)
+* gpgme_op_trustlist_end: Listing Trust Items. (line 45)
+* gpgme_op_trustlist_next: Listing Trust Items. (line 29)
+* gpgme_op_trustlist_start: Listing Trust Items. (line 8)
+* gpgme_op_verify: Verify. (line 9)
+* gpgme_op_verify_result: Verify. (line 261)
+* gpgme_op_verify_start: Verify. (line 29)
+* gpgme_passphrase_cb_t: Passphrase Callback. (line 8)
+* gpgme_progress_cb_t: Progress Meter Callback.
+ (line 8)
+* gpgme_protocol_t <1>: Engine Information. (line 7)
+* gpgme_protocol_t: Protocols and Engines.
+ (line 17)
+* gpgme_pubkey_algo_name: Public Key Algorithms.
+ (line 50)
+* gpgme_pubkey_algo_t: Public Key Algorithms.
+ (line 10)
+* gpgme_recipient_t: Decrypt. (line 31)
+* gpgme_register_io_cb_t: I/O Callback Interface.
+ (line 21)
+* gpgme_release: Destroying Contexts. (line 7)
+* gpgme_result_ref: Result Management. (line 15)
+* gpgme_result_unref: Result Management. (line 21)
+* gpgme_set_armor: ASCII Armor. (line 7)
+* gpgme_set_engine_info: Engine Configuration.
+ (line 14)
+* gpgme_set_include_certs: Included Certificates.
+ (line 8)
+* gpgme_set_io_cbs: Registering I/O Callbacks.
+ (line 37)
+* gpgme_set_keylist_mode: Key Listing Mode. (line 8)
+* gpgme_set_locale: Locale. (line 16)
+* gpgme_set_passphrase_cb: Passphrase Callback. (line 35)
+* gpgme_set_progress_cb: Progress Meter Callback.
+ (line 18)
+* gpgme_set_protocol: Protocol Selection. (line 8)
+* gpgme_set_textmode: Text Mode. (line 7)
+* gpgme_sig_mode_t: Creating a Signature.
+ (line 7)
+* gpgme_sig_notation_add: Signature Notation Data.
+ (line 20)
+* gpgme_sig_notation_clear: Signature Notation Data.
+ (line 11)
+* gpgme_sig_notation_get: Signature Notation Data.
+ (line 43)
+* gpgme_sig_notation_t: Verify. (line 39)
+* gpgme_sig_stat_t: Verify. (line 277)
+* gpgme_sign_result_t: Creating a Signature.
+ (line 86)
+* gpgme_signature_t: Verify. (line 92)
+* gpgme_signers_add: Selecting Signers. (line 15)
+* gpgme_signers_clear: Selecting Signers. (line 7)
+* gpgme_signers_enum: Selecting Signers. (line 22)
+* gpgme_strerror: Error Strings. (line 7)
+* gpgme_strerror_r: Error Strings. (line 17)
+* gpgme_strsource: Error Strings. (line 27)
+* gpgme_sub_key_t: Key Management. (line 12)
+* gpgme_trust_item_get_int_attr: Information About Trust Items.
+ (line 31)
+* gpgme_trust_item_get_string_attr: Information About Trust Items.
+ (line 17)
+* gpgme_trust_item_ref: Manipulating Trust Items.
+ (line 7)
+* gpgme_trust_item_release: Manipulating Trust Items.
+ (line 21)
+* gpgme_trust_item_t: Trust Item Management.
+ (line 9)
+* gpgme_trust_item_unref: Manipulating Trust Items.
+ (line 11)
+* gpgme_user_id_t: Key Management. (line 155)
+* gpgme_validity_t: Information About Keys.
+ (line 10)
+* gpgme_verify_result_t: Verify. (line 245)
+* gpgme_wait: Waiting For Completion.
+ (line 8)
+* IMPORT_FILES: UI Server Import/Export Keys.
+ (line 10)
+* INPUT <1>: UI Server Verify. (line 17)
+* INPUT <2>: UI Server Decrypt. (line 13)
+* INPUT <3>: UI Server Sign. (line 13)
+* INPUT: UI Server Encrypt. (line 23)
+* MESSAGE: UI Server Verify. (line 11)
+* MICALG: UI Server Sign. (line 43)
+* off_t (*gpgme_data_seek_cb_t) (void *HANDLE, off_t OFFSET, int WHENCE): Callback Based Data Buffers.
+ (line 44)
+* OUTPUT <1>: UI Server Verify. (line 24)
+* OUTPUT <2>: UI Server Decrypt. (line 20)
+* OUTPUT <3>: UI Server Sign. (line 19)
+* OUTPUT: UI Server Encrypt. (line 36)
+* PREP_ENCRYPT: UI Server Encrypt. (line 72)
+* PROTOCOL: UI Server Encrypt. (line 97)
+* RECIPIENT: UI Server Encrypt. (line 10)
+* SENDER: Miscellaneous UI Server Commands.
+ (line 51)
+* SESSION: Miscellaneous UI Server Commands.
+ (line 70)
+* SIGN: UI Server Sign. (line 33)
+* SIGN_FILES: UI Server Sign/Encrypt Files.
+ (line 11)
+* SIGSTATUS: UI Server Verify. (line 59)
+* ssize_t (*gpgme_data_read_cb_t) (void *HANDLE, void *BUFFER, size_t SIZE): Callback Based Data Buffers.
+ (line 12)
+* ssize_t (*gpgme_data_write_cb_t) (void *HANDLE, const void *BUFFER, size_t SIZE): Callback Based Data Buffers.
+ (line 28)
+* START_CONFDIALOG: Miscellaneous UI Server Commands.
+ (line 42)
+* START_KEYMANAGER: Miscellaneous UI Server Commands.
+ (line 32)
+* struct gpgme_data_cbs: Callback Based Data Buffers.
+ (line 58)
+* struct gpgme_io_cb_ts: Registering I/O Callbacks.
+ (line 7)
+* VERIFY: UI Server Verify. (line 32)
+* VERIFY_FILES: UI Server Verify/Decrypt Files.
+ (line 11)
+* void (*gpgme_data_release_cb_t) (void *HANDLE): Callback Based Data Buffers.
+ (line 53)
+* void (*gpgme_event_io_cb_t) (void *DATA, gpgme_event_io_t TYPE, void *TYPE_DATA): I/O Callback Interface.
+ (line 89)
+* void (*gpgme_progress_cb_t)(void *HOOK, const char *WHAT, int TYPE, int CURRENT, int TOTAL): Progress Meter Callback.
+ (line 8)
+* void (*gpgme_remove_io_cb_t) (void *TAG): I/O Callback Interface.
+ (line 47)
+* window-id: Miscellaneous UI Server Commands.
+ (line 22)
+File:, Node: Concept Index, Next: Function and Data Index, Prev: Copying, Up: Top
+Concept Index
+* Menu:
+* aborting operations: Cancellation. (line 6)
+* algorithms: Algorithms. (line 6)
+* algorithms, hash: Hash Algorithms. (line 6)
+* algorithms, message digest: Hash Algorithms. (line 6)
+* algorithms, public key: Public Key Algorithms. (line 6)
+* armor mode: ASCII Armor. (line 6)
+* ASCII armor: ASCII Armor. (line 6)
+* attributes, of a key: Information About Keys.
+ (line 6)
+* attributes, of a trust item: Information About Trust Items.
+ (line 6)
+* autoconf: Using Automake. (line 6)
+* automake: Using Automake. (line 6)
+* backend: Protocols and Engines. (line 6)
+* callback, passphrase: Passphrase Callback. (line 6)
+* callback, progress meter: Progress Meter Callback.
+ (line 6)
+* cancelling operations: Cancellation. (line 6)
+* canonical text mode: Text Mode. (line 6)
+* certificates, included: Included Certificates. (line 6)
+* CMS: Cryptographic Message Syntax.
+ (line 6)
+* compiler flags: Building the Source. (line 6)
+* compiler options: Building the Source. (line 6)
+* configuration of crypto backend: Engine Configuration. (line 6)
+* context: Contexts. (line 6)
+* context, armor mode: ASCII Armor. (line 6)
+* context, attributes: Context Attributes. (line 6)
+* context, configuring engine: Crypto Engine. (line 6)
+* context, creation: Creating Contexts. (line 6)
+* context, destruction: Destroying Contexts. (line 6)
+* context, result of operation: Result Management. (line 6)
+* context, selecting protocol: Protocol Selection. (line 6)
+* context, text mode: Text Mode. (line 6)
+* crypto backend: Protocols and Engines. (line 6)
+* crypto engine: Protocols and Engines. (line 6)
+* cryptographic message syntax: Cryptographic Message Syntax.
+ (line 6)
+* cryptographic operation: Crypto Operations. (line 6)
+* cryptographic operation, aborting: Cancellation. (line 6)
+* cryptographic operation, cancelling: Cancellation. (line 6)
+* cryptographic operation, decryption: Decrypt. (line 6)
+* cryptographic operation, decryption and verification: Decrypt and Verify.
+ (line 6)
+* cryptographic operation, encryption: Encrypt. (line 6)
+* cryptographic operation, running: Run Control. (line 6)
+* cryptographic operation, signature check: Verify. (line 6)
+* cryptographic operation, signing: Sign. (line 6)
+* cryptographic operation, verification: Verify. (line 6)
+* cryptographic operation, wait for: Waiting For Completion.
+ (line 6)
+* data buffer, creation: Creating Data Buffers. (line 6)
+* data buffer, destruction: Destroying Data Buffers.
+ (line 6)
+* data buffer, encoding: Data Buffer Meta-Data. (line 6)
+* data buffer, file name: Data Buffer Meta-Data. (line 6)
+* data buffer, I/O operations: Data Buffer I/O Operations.
+ (line 6)
+* data buffer, manipulation: Manipulating Data Buffers.
+ (line 6)
+* data buffer, meta-data: Data Buffer Meta-Data. (line 6)
+* data buffer, read: Data Buffer I/O Operations.
+ (line 6)
+* data buffer, seek: Data Buffer I/O Operations.
+ (line 6)
+* data buffer, write: Data Buffer I/O Operations.
+ (line 6)
+* data, exchanging: Exchanging Data. (line 6)
+* decryption: Decrypt. (line 6)
+* decryption and verification: Decrypt and Verify. (line 6)
+* encryption: Encrypt. (line 6)
+* engine: Protocols and Engines. (line 6)
+* engine, configuration of: Engine Configuration. (line 6)
+* engine, configuration per context: Crypto Engine. (line 6)
+* engine, GnuPG: OpenPGP. (line 6)
+* engine, GpgSM: Cryptographic Message Syntax.
+ (line 6)
+* engine, information about: Engine Information. (line 6)
+* error codes: Error Values. (line 6)
+* error codes, list of <1>: Error Codes. (line 6)
+* error codes, list of: Error Sources. (line 6)
+* error codes, printing of: Error Strings. (line 6)
+* error handling: Error Handling. (line 6)
+* error sources: Error Values. (line 6)
+* error sources, printing of: Error Strings. (line 6)
+* error strings: Error Strings. (line 6)
+* error values: Error Values. (line 6)
+* error values, printing of: Error Strings. (line 6)
+* event loop, external: Using External Event Loops.
+ (line 6)
+* GDK, using GPGME with: I/O Callback Example GDK.
+ (line 6)
+* GnuPG: OpenPGP. (line 6)
+* GpgSM: Cryptographic Message Syntax.
+ (line 6)
+* GTK+, using GPGME with: I/O Callback Example GTK+.
+ (line 6)
+* hash algorithms: Hash Algorithms. (line 6)
+* header file: Header. (line 6)
+* include file: Header. (line 6)
+* key listing: Listing Keys. (line 6)
+* key listing mode: Key Listing Mode. (line 6)
+* key listing, mode of: Key Listing Mode. (line 6)
+* key listing, start: Listing Keys. (line 6)
+* key management: Key Management. (line 6)
+* key ring, add: Generating Keys. (line 6)
+* key ring, delete from: Deleting Keys. (line 6)
+* key ring, export from: Exporting Keys. (line 6)
+* key ring, import to: Importing Keys. (line 6)
+* key ring, list: Listing Keys. (line 6)
+* key ring, search: Listing Keys. (line 6)
+* key, attributes: Information About Keys.
+ (line 6)
+* key, creation: Generating Keys. (line 6)
+* key, delete: Deleting Keys. (line 6)
+* key, edit: Advanced Key Editing. (line 6)
+* key, export: Exporting Keys. (line 6)
+* key, import: Importing Keys. (line 6)
+* key, information about: Information About Keys.
+ (line 6)
+* key, manipulation: Manipulating Keys. (line 6)
+* key, signatures: Key Signatures. (line 6)
+* largefile support: Largefile Support (LFS).
+ (line 6)
+* LFS: Largefile Support (LFS).
+ (line 6)
+* LGPL, Lesser General Public License: Library Copying. (line 6)
+* libtool: Using Libtool. (line 6)
+* listing keys: Listing Keys. (line 6)
+* locale, default: Locale. (line 6)
+* locale, of a context: Locale. (line 6)
+* message digest algorithms: Hash Algorithms. (line 6)
+* multi-threading: Multi Threading. (line 6)
+* notation data <1>: Signature Notation Data.
+ (line 6)
+* notation data: Verify. (line 6)
+* OpenPGP: OpenPGP. (line 6)
+* passphrase callback: Passphrase Callback. (line 6)
+* passphrase, change: Changing Passphrases. (line 6)
+* policy URL: Signature Notation Data.
+ (line 6)
+* progress meter callback: Progress Meter Callback.
+ (line 6)
+* protocol: Protocols and Engines. (line 6)
+* protocol, CMS: Cryptographic Message Syntax.
+ (line 6)
+* protocol, GnuPG: OpenPGP. (line 6)
+* protocol, S/MIME: Cryptographic Message Syntax.
+ (line 6)
+* protocol, selecting: Protocol Selection. (line 6)
+* public key algorithms: Public Key Algorithms. (line 6)
+* Qt, using GPGME with: I/O Callback Example Qt.
+ (line 6)
+* run control: Run Control. (line 6)
+* S/MIME: Cryptographic Message Syntax.
+ (line 6)
+* sign: Sign. (line 6)
+* signal handling: Signal Handling. (line 6)
+* signals: Signal Handling. (line 6)
+* signature check: Decrypt and Verify. (line 6)
+* signature notation data <1>: Signature Notation Data.
+ (line 6)
+* signature notation data: Verify. (line 6)
+* signature, creation: Sign. (line 6)
+* signature, selecting signers: Selecting Signers. (line 6)
+* signature, verification: Verify. (line 6)
+* signatures, on a key: Key Signatures. (line 6)
+* signers, selecting: Selecting Signers. (line 6)
+* text mode: Text Mode. (line 6)
+* thread-safeness: Multi Threading. (line 6)
+* trust item: Trust Item Management. (line 6)
+* trust item list: Listing Trust Items. (line 6)
+* trust item, attributes: Information About Trust Items.
+ (line 6)
+* trust item, information about: Information About Trust Items.
+ (line 6)
+* trust item, manipulation: Manipulating Trust Items.
+ (line 6)
+* UI server: UI Server Protocol. (line 6)
+* user interface server: UI Server Protocol. (line 6)
+* verification: Verify. (line 6)
+* verification and decryption: Decrypt and Verify. (line 6)
+* version check, of the engines: Engine Version Check. (line 6)
+* version check, of the library: Library Version Check. (line 6)
+* wait for completion: Waiting For Completion.
+ (line 6)