dunno how to attach a patch here... trying to copy it verbatim
Oct 15 2019
Apr 10 2018
Oct 12 2017
I have changed gpg-agent to make --no-grab the default. The new option --grab can be used to revert this.
Oct 11 2016
Jul 14 2016
The only messing I want to do is to a) not tamper with the user's homedir and b)
not leak any files after I'm done.
For a) a homedir sounds fine. But then I can't use the user's secret keys to
sign other keys.
For b) I tried to rely on existing infrastructure to make my life easier. I
expected it to work because it did for the primary keyring. But GnuPG behaves
inconsistently regarding the primary keyring and the trustdb file. Even more
so, because running gpg a second time just appears to work. That makes gpg not
intuitive to use, I think.
And this is, I guess, the main issue I'm seeing.
Oct 4 2011
Why do you include openssl and other stuff with -I ?
I don't do that on purpose. I guess it's the build system, that does that.