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- Mar 27 2017, 4:47 PM (186 w, 5 d)
Sep 1 2020
I can confirm that the patch seems to resolve the issue for me.
Aug 31 2020
Yes, I do have a signing key (that is distinct from the primary key, primary key I don't store on the smartcard).
Oct 31 2019
No. I mean to have an option for the caller to provide apparent UID in context to the --verify option, and have that influence the result. This is important for automated software that can't rely on user rechecking the result.
Oct 30 2019
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Feb 1 2018
This can easily be solved by adding two more cases to handle_send_request_error(): for GPG_ERR_EADDRNOTAVAIL (that's IPv6 disabled via procfs) and GPG_ERR_EAFNOSUPPORT (that's missing kernel support). Normally I'd submit a patch but I don't care enough to jump through all the hoops just to get two-line change in.
Oct 26 2013
Jun 13 2012
It seems that my patch does actually break gcc... i'm not sure how to handle
this correctly anyway. It seems that the problem is actually unsolvable, and
there's no correct way to mix inline functions and external assembly definitions.