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- Jul 24 2020, 9:57 AM (38 w, 2 d)
Thu, Apr 15
Wed, Apr 14
Tue, Apr 13
Should be done
Applying changes is fixed.
Reopening because at least a debug build of Kleopatra crashes with an assertion when applying changes.
This really depends on the use case. Some people want to extend the lifetime of their whole key. Others explicitly use a long-lived primary key with short lived subkeys. A possible heuristic for the default behavior to propose to the user would be to check whether the current expiry dates of primary key and subkeys are the same or not. The user could still change this proposed default in the dialog that's anyway shown for the new expiry date.
Mon, Apr 12
Isn't this a duplicate of T5336: Kleopatra: Add expiry for certifications in certify dialog?
Wed, Mar 31
Tue, Mar 30
Good to hear that it works now.
Fri, Mar 26
Thu, Mar 25
Example from gpg.c:
ARGPARSE_s_n (oQuiet, "quiet", N_("be somewhat more quiet")), [...] ARGPARSE_s_n (oNoGreeting, "no-greeting", "@"),
The quiet option has a human readable description, but the no-greeting option does not have one. Consequently, gpgconf --list-options gpg gives the following result:
[...] quiet:0:0:be somewhat more quiet:0:0:::: no-greeting:0:3::0:0::::1 [...]
For comparison, on an English Linux system the options also look wrong, i.e. all options that are problematic in the German translation are "raw" option names enclosed in double quotes. It seems that the untranslated description of the options is already missing.
There are two things happening at the same time:
- ReaderStatusThread looks for smart cards by running SCD SERIALNO --all. This fails with "Service not active".
- DeviceInfoWatcher starts SCD DEVINFO --watch and then polls for results. Polling results in "finished with success". If this happens then DeviceInfoWatcher starts another SCD DEVINFO --watch. This is done because SCD DEVINFO --watch finishes with success when the last smartcard is removed. I have no idea why it exists immediately with success. Could this be related the "service not active" message? If yes, then I guess SCD DEVINFO --watch should probably also fail with "service not active" instead of starting without error and then finishing with success.
I suppose that you installed the latest version of gpg4win. Please state the exact version you installed.