Wed, Sep 16
Tue, Sep 15
Using a not yet existing directory is a security feature. The directory is created at a time the signature has not yet been verified and thus it would be too easy to trick a user into overwriting important data.
Wed, Sep 9
--locate-external-keys exists since 2.2.17 and ignores the local keys.
Mon, Sep 7
Sat, Sep 5
I will consider a -p option for gpgtar.
Fri, Sep 4
So, if there's no support for native OpenSSH yet, I'll wait for it. After it's supported, I should be able to get the scenery I described working, right?
Unfortunately you can't pass extra arguments.
Thu, Sep 3
@bvieira You need to set pinentry-mode=loopback for gpg program used in git.
Thanks for your reply, but it is an OPTIONAL feature. The annoying part is not deleting the files. Comparing hundreds of time stamps to ensure you are current on what you want encrypted vs. unencrypted files that are either under development and/or complete, and therefore ready for encryption. This frequently needed comparison takes a significant amount of time, and is prone to error. Any responsible user will ensure there are tested file backups to prevent catastrophic losses, or they can simply NOT use the option.
Wed, Sep 2
I'm actually trying to do the following:
In the meantime you can use . I have tested with ssh key on yubikey and AuthenticationMethods publickey, win32-ssh (or ssh-portable, which is the new repository name) correctly works with gpg and pinentry is called.
See also: T3506
I have removed that feature intentionally. There were some issues where encryption errors were not properly reported to Kleopatra and handled by Kleopatra. This could result in catastrophic data loss. I have fixed ~3 issues regarding to that and then decided that in our architecture we cannot absolutely guarantee that this never can happen and cannot happen in the future. We have resolved all the issues, but they could occur again.
Tue, Sep 1
Mon, Aug 31
There is not a lot of demand for this, thus we have not continued to think about it.
Thu, Aug 27
0.2.0 was just released with support for GCM. Tested against openpgpkeys.pm.me
Tue, Aug 25
I implemented subkey collapsing in 2.3. It is enabled by default but you can disable it it with
Mon, Aug 24
if a user decided to use the Web Key Directory, this should be used instead of falling back to whatever has been configured (nothing else by default)
On the ml there was another request for this use case
Sat, Aug 22
Unfortunately we can't help you here as this is not a GnuPG problem or one of software we maintain.
Excellent! thanks for having considered this.
Aug 20 2020
The options now work as documented. More tests on Window are required and eventually we need to handle non-ascii characters in file names.
Aug 19 2020
Aug 18 2020
just reading the issue in detail.
Aug 12 2020
Thanks. Added to 2.2.
Aug 8 2020
Aug 7 2020
Aug 5 2020
For the reference of full mod_sqrt, see https://eli.thegreenplace.net/2009/03/07/computing-modular-square-roots-in-python/
Jul 30 2020
Patch backported to 2.2