gpgme: gpgme_op_sign '[User ID hint missing]' in passphrase callback
bart at jukie.net
Fri Jun 22 16:16:02 CEST 2001
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When I issue a call to 'gpgme_op_sign' I get a callback to the function
specified to 'gpgme_set_passphrase_cb', because the agent is not running.
However the key description passed to the callback is not very
[User ID hint missing]
What does this mean? What do I have to call in advance to make this show
my key name?
Next, is there some kind of debug mode in 'gpgme'? While developing I
would like to get a trace of some kind from what is going on in 'gpgme'.
Even knowing what parameters are passed to 'gpg' command line would be
nice -- sure I can hack it in but it would be nice to enable it through
some function/macro call.
Thanks a bunch,
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