upgrading from 1.4.7 to 2.0.14
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Sun May 30 09:19:23 CEST 2010
that i did not realize Charly, thank you for bringing that to my attention
> Olav Seyfarth wrote the following on 5/28/10 1:07 AM:
>>> i have gnuPG 1.4.7 currently installed on windows xp
>>> i want to install gnuPG 2.0.14
>>> question: will there be any compatibility issues with my current keys, etc?
>> None that I know of. I had no troubles to use and edit old and new keys.
> No problems with the keys per se, but I am referring here to the 'etc?'
> in your question.
> GnuPG 2.0.14 will require the configuration and use of gpg-agent, that
> will cache (without writing it to disk) the passphrase of your secret key.
> Thus, for the value you'll set to gpg-agent's cache, you will not have
> to type your passphrase, after you have typed it once for decrypting,
> and once for signing.
> and others.
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