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- Mar 27 2017, 4:48 PM (112 w, 6 h)
That is on purpose. Exporting of a secret key should in theory not be possible at all via gpg. In practice we need a way to export a key, but that should be the exception and thus we do not want any caches for passphrases to have an effect.
Sat, May 18
FWIW, I disabled @aa7356 because he again started to troll.
Fri, May 17
Sorry, I can't parse that. For development question please use gnupg-devel at gnupg.org.
Fix will go into 2.2.16 to be release this month.
At the time the verification is done some output has already been written to the file 'signed'. When checking whether the deprecated abbreviated format
There will be no full solution for this. However, the next release should in general work due to a 400ms delay we use after spawning the viewer. This is configurable; see rG7e5847da0f3d715cb59d05adcd9107b460b6411b.
I can't see any bug here so I will close this bug now.
Thu, May 16
Please use one of the mailing lists to solve your problem. 2.3 is a development version, so I wonder from where you got this version of GnuPG.
Actually the temp file is created but because the photo viewer is run as a detached process and gpg keeps on running, the temp file has been removed by gpg at the time the photo viewer tries to open it. Ooops. The correct behaviour would be to wait for the photo viewer to be finished. We use
That was obvious. rG6fc5df1e10129f3171d80cf731f310b9e8d97c26 fixes this.
Fixed in amster and 2.2:
This requires too much changes and does not reflect the reality. It actually makes debugging harder for us.
I pulled that branch with the commit w/o problems. However, as noted on your commit I won't apply that because it does not make any sense to change boilerplate blurbs for just an additional 's'. Nobody really uses that and browser can try to use https first. Sorry, there are more important things around.
Wed, May 15
Will give you more detailed info about your certificate. For even more details use --dump-chain instead of --list-chain.
Applied to master and 2.2. Thanks.
Right, that was missing. Fixed for master and 2.2. Noet that for kill and reload we added this already in 2016.
No, that is excessive. If the license blurb will ever be change this can be done but not just because of changing a single letter.
Sorry, I will revert this.
Tue, May 14
I would prefer not to fix that. I did some experiments on replacing all the runtime parsed ECC constants by static data. Adding the other constants will then be simple.
There is actually a problem with --use-embedded-filename. Given that the option his highly dangerous to use we have not tested this for ages. We will see what you we can about it.
Thanks for the hint on the existing OID I already looked into that and planned to use one from the GnuPG arc, But an existing OID is better. I still need to figure useful workflows but something like this will be useful for smartcards..
Good catch. Thanks for that work. I'll apply it to master and 2.2.