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- Mar 27 2017, 4:48 PM (296 w, 6 d)
Fri, Dec 2
Thu, Dec 1
Thanks for reporting. We usually test by moving the <keygrip>.key files around ;-)
Wed, Nov 30
Actually we should switch from putenv to SetEnvironmentVariable et al. because that avoids problems wit different Windows libc versions, for example in DLLs.
Tue, Nov 29
There are other uses of MD5 and thus we can't disable it. For example gpgsm also lists the MD5 fingerprint of certificates because they are still in use at some places.
Done (STABLE-BRANCH-2-2.40 for now)
Yes, I'll do that. Thanks for the reminder.
Mon, Nov 28
Fri, Nov 25
Bootstrapping is an issue. Recall that pkg-config is not a simple program but requires the use of glib (which depends on libffi, libmount, libpcre) - catch-22. Makes building GnuPG on AIX not actually easy.
You are using the basic pinnentry which comes as part of the basic installer. Almost everyone does not use this but Gpg4win which has a real pinentry. See http://gpg4win.org You don;t need the program statement then because gpg is installed in the PATH.
Wed, Nov 23
Actually we have two gpgme versions in gpg4win because gnupg is a "sub"-installer inside of gpg4win and it comes with its own gpgme. That gpgme is the release version but the one used by gpg4win's kleopatra is often a newer snapshot.
Tue, Nov 22
Thu, Nov 17
It turned out that the reason for the problem is the use of the --ignore-cert-with-oid option in gpgsm.conf.
We need to do this also for CHANGE REFERENCE DATA - however, there should be an extra option so that we can debug this despite of the redacting.
Wed, Nov 16
We should consider to break the Assuan API maybe we can do that without too many problems for the current use cases.