yikes. Sorry for that one,..
Fixed. Needs to go into the next gpg4win release.
I use BBG-SWD (my own tool to flash MCU) for transparency of the process. It's up to you to choice a tool for initial flashing.
Just in case, here are resources to be reproducible.
Wed, Feb 20
Tue, Feb 19
Ah okay, that was Windows were we have a couple of warnings anyway. Must have missed that one.
Aiiih, what happend to the sentinel attribute? I need to check.
Original issue (of pinentry-curses, which should be killed by CTRL-C) is related to T2011: gnupg should notify cancellation of its operation to gpg-agent to kill pinentry, I suppose. It is fixed in master and testing.
I don't know about the second one with pinentry-tty.
Fixed in master.
Gnuk implements the feature, and newer GnuPG shows a dialog to request pushing the ack button.
Your problem is apparently not an issue of upstream development of GnuPG; It is your setup script (agent.sh?) which specifies /dev/shm/SOMETHING.
Standard GnuPG never does that. We have no idea about use of /dev/shm/SOMETHING.
Mon, Feb 18
No. Pinentry is always 32 bits for us.
Could it be possible that it's a 32/64 bit issue?
Is this with the /MINIMAL flag?
- Review Damien's change, applied (not yet finished): libksba & gpg
- My notebook computer (Chromebook) is being broken (keyboard).
Some of my terminology: I call "case", "shell", and "board".
Strange, even if they are missing in the Gpg4win insttall dir they should be picked up from GnuPG which is added to PATH.
Libdns is not our own code and our intention was to keep it in sync with upstream. However, after some initial success the upstream author lost interest. We now consider to rework the code to remove a bit of the more creative use of C99 and maybe even get rid of some of the used C99 features (gnupg is mainly C90 with some exceptions).
Sun, Feb 17
Sat, Feb 16
I don't think encoding is the problem though.
Fri, Feb 15
Thu, Feb 14
Which version of gpa is that?
Please try "gpg --quick-gen-key" which takes the user-id on the command line - that uses a different code path.
Thanks for that summary.