wk at isil.d.shuttle.de
Mon Jun 28 11:30:36 CEST 1999
Marco d'Itri <md at linux.it> writes:
> What are notations? I don't know how to translate the word.
220.127.116.11. Notation Data
(4 octets of flags, 2 octets of name length (M),
2 octets of value length (N),
M octets of name data,
N octets of value data)
This subpacket describes a "notation" on the signature that the
issuer wishes to make. The notation has a name and a value, each of
which are strings of octets. There may be more than one notation in a
signature. Notations can be used for any extension the issuer of the
signature cares to make. The "flags" field holds four octets of
> And what are policy URLs for?
18.104.22.168. Policy URL
This subpacket contains a URL of a document that describes the policy
that the signature was issued under.
> What do you think about using db2 instead of gdbm?
GDBM is still experimental and I am not using it. If cou have DB2
installed it is possible to use it. However I have a more lite design
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