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Since I discovered gnupg.vim I've really started using gpg encryption on daily bases. This addon takes care of decryption when you open the file (asking for your keys pass phrase) and re-encrypts with modifications when the file is saved. Is there a text editor on windows (I'm using notepad++ right now) which have similar functionality?

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and why do you stop using vim? i mean, there are binaries of 'gpg' ready for windows, there is 'vim' ready for windows .. what stops you?

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why link to code.google.com when Windows gVim is available from vim.org's download page? (tho the answer might well be "64-bit", i'm not sure.) –  quack quixote May 11 '10 at 12:40
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@quack: because bram publishes up-to-date binaries (current most patch level) at that place... AND the 64bit version as well. –  akira May 11 '10 at 12:45
    
Actually I think gVim feels a bit out of place on a Windows. While I love vim and use it all the time for everything in console mode I prefer texteditors as UltraEdit and Notepad++ on Windows. Now I'm just waiting for the Emacs:ians to reply that Emacs are also on Win and have scripts with the same functionality :D I already now there is ;) –  egolost May 14 '10 at 8:57
    
and (as crazy the emacsians are :)) right they are. why does vim feels unnatural on windows? –  akira May 14 '10 at 9:17

Gpg4win is what you want, nice and simple

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The OP is looking for a text editor that integrates with GPG. Does Gpg4win include a text editor? –  Tog Feb 8 at 11:27
    
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