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gnupg_deletekey -- Delete a key
bool gnupg_deletekey ( resource identifier, string key, [bool allowsecret] )
Deletes the key from the keyring. If allowsecret is not set or FALSE it will fail on deleting secret keys.
On success, this function returns TRUE. On failure, this function returns FALSE.
Example 1. Procedural gnupg_deletekey() example
$res = gnupg_init();
Example 2. OO gnupg_deletekey() example
$gpg = new gnupg();
$gpg -> deletekey("8660281B6051D071D94B5B230549F9DC851566DC");
This extension makes use of the keyring of the current user. This keyring is normally located in ~./.gnupg/. To specify a custom location, store the path to the keyring in the environment variable GNUPGHOME. See putenv for more information how to do this.
Some functions require the specification of a key. This specification can be anything that refers to a unique key (userid, key-id, fingerprint, ...). This documentation uses the fingerprint in all examples.
Table of Contents
- gnupg_adddecryptkey — Add a key for decryption
- gnupg_addencryptkey — Add a key for encryption
- gnupg_addsignkey — Add a key for signing
- gnupg_cleardecryptkeys — Removes all keys which were set for decryption before
- gnupg_clearencryptkeys — Removes all keys which were set for encryption before
- gnupg_clearsignkeys — Removes all keys which were set for signing before
- gnupg_decrypt — Decrypts a given text
- gnupg_decryptverify — Decrypts and verifies a given text
- gnupg_encrypt — Encrypts a given text
- gnupg_encryptsign — Encrypts and signs a given text
- gnupg_export — Exports a key
- gnupg_geterror — Returns the errortext, if a function fails
- gnupg_getprotocol — Returns the currently active protocol for all operations
- gnupg_import — Imports a key
- gnupg_init — Initialize a connection
- gnupg_keyinfo — Returns an array with information about all keys that matches the given pattern
- gnupg_setarmor — Toggle armored output
- gnupg_seterrormode — Sets the mode for error_reporting
- gnupg_setsignmode — Sets the mode for signing
- gnupg_sign — Signs a given text
- gnupg_verify — Verifies a signed text