Tue Mar 5 21:46:01 2002
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Since man is really more of a UNIX thing, perhaps it would be better to
rename gpg.man in Windows to something with a .txt extension. It would
make it obvious to Windows users that this is a readable text file then.
Harold Rodriguez .:. X_console
World Wide Web .:. http://it.yorku.ca/moonfrog
GnuPG Key ID .:. 0x9ECCF021
On Tue, 5 Mar 2002, Dick Gevers wrote:
+ On Tuesday, 05 March 2002 at 7:46 h, Armin Sch=F6ch wrote about "Re: shor=
+ >They do :-) But you are right that there is nothing like a man page
+ >on a windows system.
+ Sorry, I must disagree. The file gpg.man does contain the command
+ --export-secret-keys [names]
+ I installed GPG this weekend and if you open gpg.man with any text
+ editor the whole man page is visible.
+ =3DDick Gevers=3D
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+ ------------ Output from gpg ------------
+ gpg: Signature made Tue Mar 5 14:26:38 2002 EST using DSA key ID E73111D=
+ gpg: Good signature from "Dick Gevers (GPG-DSA & ElG) <firstname.lastname@example.org>"
+ gpg: WARNING: This key is not certified with a trusted signature!
+ gpg: There is no indication that the signature belongs to the ow=
+ gpg: Fingerprint: 3FEF 27E5 39D1 CDC0 132D 904F C02F F393 E731 11D3
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