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API accepts a single public key or an array #232

merged 4 commits into from Jun 28, 2014


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@misjoinder misjoinder commented Jun 7, 2014

Changes the API to allow a single public key object to be sent, instead of as a one-element array.

Where currently you must send encryptMessage([PublicKey],PlainText) you can also send encryptMessage(PublicKey,PlainText).

An array of public keys can still be sent, but this clears up a confusing requirement responsible for developer errors (see #189 and #194)

@misjoinder misjoinder changed the title API accepts a public key string or an array API accepts a single public key or an array Jun 7, 2014
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@amiraliakbari amiraliakbari commented Jun 9, 2014


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@tanx tanx commented Jun 13, 2014

Sorry for the late response. This looks good.

@msjoinder can you adapt the documentation above the function declaration for your change. Then I'll go ahead and merge it for the v0.6.2 release. Thanks.

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@misjoinder misjoinder commented Jun 22, 2014

I made another commit to add a single key object to the docs. Let me know what could be phrased better or if there are additional docs to update

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@tanx tanx commented Jun 28, 2014

Thanks. Looks good. I'll merge and release 0.6.2

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API accepts a single public key or an array
@tanx tanx merged commit 68a5739 into openpgpjs:master Jun 28, 2014
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