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- Mar 27 2017, 4:48 PM (211 w, 6 d)
Planned for this week:
- Libgcrypt release
- GnuPG 2.3.1
t-link does not do antthing useful, anyway. I don't think it is justified to add dlopen stuff. Running real test is anyway a manual action; for a full test automation we would need to emulate all supported cards.
Fri, Apr 16
This has been fixed in version 2.2.16.
(sorry, about my former comment, I only now realized that you did just that already in your original patch)
I guess the strcasecmp (nl_langinfo (CODESET), "UTF-8") results in some overhead, so if we do that what about kicking in only if a truncation is really to happen.
Thu, Apr 15
gpg4win 3.1 has no full Unicode support. You may try to install the new GnuPG 2.3 version on top of gpg4win to fix this problem or wait until we have releases gpg4win 4 which will come with GnuPG 2.3.
Please tell us more details on how we can replicate your problem. Which Windows version, any non-standard software installed, non-standard installation direcories etc. You may also provide the output of
Wed, Apr 14
Tue, Apr 13
Regarding the identical branches thing: This is on purpose. The function works closely together with another one which will then BUG() out. @Jakuje: If you know some meta comment to attribute this, please let me know.
@gniibe: If you don't mind I would like to steal task this from you. I have noticed a few things which could get a little code refresh in addition to the fixes.
The PKCS#15 support has meanwhile received a major update. Thus we need to test with the other cards again. If there is something special for to do for a certain task, a new subtask should be created.
Done for 2.2. and 2.3.
Mon, Apr 12
Regarding slibtool: I would actually like to have an easier to maintain tool than libtool (of which we use our own version) for GnuPG related software. However, its requirement "the compiler should support -std=c99" is currently a no-starter for libgcrypt and some other libs.
No Apache - No Default charset per suffix. The version for browsers is the HTML version.
Fri, Apr 9
Thu, Apr 8
Wed, Apr 7
Yes, will be fixed but it has no severity because the fault is actually by the caller.
Sorry, I can't parse your message. Please describe the problem or feature requests. Referencing external patches is not sufficient. What is vcpkg?
Tue, Apr 6
Actually I don't care about releasing resources for regression test failures.
The other missing free is for code which is commented out (#if 0) but should eventually be fixed.
with the next GnuPG version (2.2.28 and 2.3.0) you can do a read
Sun, Apr 4
Thu, Apr 1
Seems that it is not a coincidence that Wayland starts with a W like Windows. ;-)
Wed, Mar 31
Good catch, we need to update at several places.
FWIW, in GnuPG we use
Tue, Mar 30
You are coming pretty late to the party ;-). Since 2.1.0 we don't use the ancient keyserver helpers anymore but reworked the entire network access. I even doubt that I can still test with a 2.0 version.
We have two or three other open issue which I would like to address before a release. FWIW, release ticket is T5305.
Do what ever you want with _gcry prefixed functions - this is never considered an API or ABI break. There are some exceptions for internal functions used by macros but those are clearly marked.
A PATH with spaces is too Windowish (or macOS). IIRC, we had once checks that the used directories have proper names; we can expect this for build environment. Spaces in file names are horrible from a security POV it is just to easy to get things wrong (hello ssh).
Mon, Mar 29
Yet another identify theft scam committed by clang.