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- Mar 27 2017, 4:47 PM (165 w, 5 d)
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Robin H. Johnson created a patch for this on firstname.lastname@example.org in Message-Id: <email@example.com>:
Mar 28 2020
Nine months have passed since the patches for this problem have been available.
Mar 26 2020
Of course it is important, that's why it it printed by default.
Jul 18 2019
Jul 14 2019
Maybe GnuPG could display a prompt if it detects a pubring.gpg and no pubring.kbx. Something like:
May 18 2015
I don't have a definite authoritative list of escape codes, but those seem to be
the most common ones with use cases in pinentry.
May 16 2015
Ctrl+W might not be as useful as Ctrl+U, but I think on Unix that's standard
behavior that can be expected. cryptsetup of LUKS knows it, too.
Apr 22 2015
Apr 21 2015
I would also like to see this.
Maybe --refresh-keys without arguments for "the entire keyring" should also ask
for a confirmation "This will leak your entire keyring to the keyserver and
possibly an attacker. Do you really want to do this? (y/N)", or "--yes".