Bug: 1.0.5: High-ASCII characters in user IDs not properly displayed

Michael Kjorling michael at kjorling.com
Sat May 26 22:18:02 CEST 2001

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I tried setting this in my environment (started out with LANG=se_SE
and LC_COLLATE=C, then redefined LANG=en_US) but it didn't change
anything. ~/.gnupg/options doesn't mention this in its comments.

Where is it supposed to go?

Thanks for your quick reply!

Michael Kjörling

On May 26 2001 13:33 -0500, Taral wrote:

> On Sat, May 26, 2001 at 04:51:07PM +0200, Michael Kjorling wrote:
> > > pub  1024D/B917F1FE 1999-04-14 Daniel S\x72l\x76 <>
> > > sub  4096g/D1334328 1999-04-14
> >
> > Of course the \x notation is ugly, and it's not a good thing that the
> > same character is shown as two different values, but I can live with
> > that. What's more annoying is that it actually "hides" some
> > characters. The real user name on this key is "Daniel Sörlöv" - but as
> > you can see, the r and v in his last name gets hidden.
> Strange about the r and v, but the \x notation looks like you have not
> set your locale properly. I have:
> LANG=en_US
> (the last is to prevent sort order getting messed up)

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