Funky little bug
wk at gnupg.org
Mon Sep 20 12:22:22 CEST 1999
Jason Gunthorpe <jgg at ualberta.ca> writes:
> I would like to batch process some signatures, basically to identify which
> key was used to sign each file, now I figured I could just do this:
> cat *.dsc | gpg --keyring ~troup/debian-keyring/debian-keyring.pgp
> --load-extension rsaref --with-colons --status-fd 3 --always-trust 3>
I never tried this.
> gpg: Signature made Sun Aug 30 22:06:52 1998 CDT using RSAREF key ID 788CD1A9
> gpg: BAD signature from "Turbo Fredriksson <turbo at junk.nocrew.org>"
> gpg: Signature made Sun Oct 4 10:52:16 1998 CDT using RSAREF key ID F8D04A85
> gpg: Good signature from "Martin Bialasinski <martinb at debian.org>"
I have to look at it.
> Also, Werner, here is another instance when having gpg process multiple
> files on the command line would be -extremely- nice. I need to have gpg
> scan about 2000 of these files, so ideally I'd invoke it with all of the
> filenames on the command line, it would scan each of them and on the
There is some limit on the size of the argv, so it may be better to
pass the filenames to gpg on stdin like the -T option of tar.
Werner Koch at guug.de www.gnupg.org keyid 621CC013
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