According to OS X 10.9 man pages for getenv(3) (10.9 is what I have available), the source file editinteractor.cpp should include <stdlib.h>. Since its a c++ source file, I believe the include of interest is <cstdlib>.
Since it was handled in T4908, this task is merged into that.
BTW, I learned that Fedora now uses pkgconfig (instead of pkg-config).
For the reference of full mod_sqrt, see https://eli.thegreenplace.net/2009/03/07/computing-modular-square-roots-in-python/
Try with --prefix=/home/jwalton/tmp/pk2delete (with no slash at the end) and --libdir=/home/jwalton/tmp/pk2delete/lib64 (with no double slash between delete and lib64, but a single slash).
Tue, Aug 4
There are no log file but you can run the test by hand:
Mon, Aug 3
Most work last week went into customizable MSI installers. The idea is that a customer of our Software will be able to obtain an MSI package that directly includes his specific configuration. Esp. for S/MIME this is useful because trustlist.txt and available root CA's can be configured in deployment.
- For v5key, push a patch (the first one, more will follow)
- Fix of building for Windows
- Fixes of minor things (possibly, to be backported to 2.2)
Sun, Aug 2
Sat, Aug 1
Fri, Jul 31
Iyou look at the key on the command line (or with Kleopatra's certificate manager), for example by using "gpg --list-key email@example.com" or by applying the command "gpg --show-keys" on the pasted keyblock you get this:
I realized that it fails with GPG_ERR_INV_ID (with gpg master) when it's on smartcard.
It can't be decrypted if it's on smartcard, that's true, but more relevant error would be good for this case.
Thu, Jul 30
Something looks odd about the way I pasted that key in there. The last 4 characters are bold, and it is missing an = sign.
Patch backported to 2.2
Pushed modified patch to master and 2.2.