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Jul 26 2021

kaie added a comment to T5250: macOS: gpgconf SIGSEGV when run via gpgme from the GUI application.

BTW @kaie

Thunderbird cannot use anything requiring GPL in its default configuration, because Thunderbird wants to distribute a single MPL licensed package that includes all components that are required for OpenPGP.

Any pointer why, they have made that choice, though? A bundle of MPL and GNU GPL components is fully allowed by the licenses as far as I know.

Jul 26 2021, 11:59 PM · gpgme, MacOS, Bug Report

Mar 1 2021

kaie added a comment to T5250: macOS: gpgconf SIGSEGV when run via gpgme from the GUI application.

I said "we're offering the optional use of GPGME

Mar 1 2021, 4:58 PM · gpgme, MacOS, Bug Report
kaie added a comment to T5250: macOS: gpgconf SIGSEGV when run via gpgme from the GUI application.

At the time I started to add an optional binding from Thunderbird to GPGME, I wasn't aware of gpgme-json.

Mar 1 2021, 4:51 PM · gpgme, MacOS, Bug Report
kaie added a comment to T5250: macOS: gpgconf SIGSEGV when run via gpgme from the GUI application.

Sure that TB uses GPGME - they claimed they won't use it due to license incompatibility (LGPL). I assumed they use gpgme-json via naticve messaging.

Mar 1 2021, 4:29 PM · gpgme, MacOS, Bug Report