g10: Improve and unify key selection for -r and --locate-keys.
* g10/getkey.c (struct pubkey_cmp_cookie): New type. (key_is_ok, uid_is_ok, subkey_is_ok): New functions. (pubkey_cmp): Likewise. (get_best_pubkey_byname): Likewise. * g10/keydb.h (get_best_pubkey_byname): New prototype. * g10/keylist.c (locate_one): Use the new function. * g10/pkclist.c (find_and_check_key): Likewise. * tests/openpgp/Makefile.am (XTESTS): Add new test. (TEST_FILES): Add new files. * tests/openpgp/key-selection.scm: New file. * tests/openpgp/key-selection/0.asc: Likewise. * tests/openpgp/key-selection/1.asc: Likewise. * tests/openpgp/key-selection/2.asc: Likewise. * tests/openpgp/key-selection/3.asc: Likewise. * tests/openpgp/key-selection/4.asc: Likewise.
When a name resembling a mail address is given to either --locate-keys
or --recipient, rank the search results and use only the most relevant
This also lets us query which key will be used for encryption using
--locate-keys. However, note that --locate-keys may also return keys
incapable of encryption, though it will prefer keys that have an
- GnuPG-bug-id: T2359
- Signed-off-by: Justus Winter <firstname.lastname@example.org>