Fri, Dec 6
In 2.2.18, this fix is not included. (partial fix was reverted)
Mon, Nov 25
Mon, Nov 18
This will be in 2.2.18, closing.
Oct 29 2019
Sorry, it was simply my confusion (between GEMPC_PINPAD and GEMPC_EZIO).
Oct 28 2019
Please test. When I can confirm that it is stable, I'll backport it to 2.2.
Oct 18 2019
Or... it could be a feature, not bug, so that failure of -e -r someone can be examined by --locate-keys someone.
Let me clarify the point.
Oct 17 2019
I think that we should apply further change:
diff --git a/g10/getkey.c b/g10/getkey.c index 077209415..1c337149c 100644 --- a/g10/getkey.c +++ b/g10/getkey.c @@ -1369,7 +1369,7 @@ get_best_pubkey_byname (ctrl_t ctrl, enum get_pubkey_modes mode, *retctx = NULL;
I found more wrong cases of get_best_pubkey_byname.
For ranking results,
(1) It may return non-encryption primary key as the most relevant key, when its validity is higher.
(2) It may not select encryption primary key even if its creation time is newer.
Oct 16 2019
I also think this makes the most sense.
In my opinion, --locate-key should locate encryption key.
Oct 15 2019
@gniibe oh, I see thanks for pointing out precisely main the problem. I will check the hardware supply chain RoHS 2002/95/EC
There are some problems with the definition of --locate-key. Further discussion required.
@pow, thanks for a reference. But problem here is that there are multiple products with same name.
Oct 9 2019
Oct 2 2019
I modified _gcry_ecc_fill_in_curve so that g_y has new value in eid4730.
Sep 28 2019
Jun 25 2019
Jun 3 2019
Mar 27 2019
gpg4win 3.1.6 is released which contains this fix.
Mar 7 2019
Changes backported to 2.2
Feb 27 2019
We also need to fix for encryption and signature in CSR.
Feb 26 2019
Builds fine now with GCC 9. Thanks for looking into this so quickly.
Fixed in master, by removing use of compound literals. Compound literals are not portable feature (even for C99 code), so, it's good to avoid when we can.
Still dns.c uses C99 features of struct initializer with name.
Feb 25 2019
Fixed in master.
Nov 5 2018
No more complaints thus time to close.
Nov 29 2017
If more fine-grained control is needed with suspend-to-ram, we need to write kernel driver for USB access.
I learned suspend-to-ram functionality. Currently, for Linux, if we have USB driver in kernel, there are methods to handle suspend-to-ram and resume events. For user space driver by libusb, there is nothing and it should all work well by reseting after resume.