redbird at rbisland.cx
Mon Jan 28 15:44:01 CET 2002
Hi, I've found the following bug in GPGME and I'm pretty sure that it
hasn't been fixed in 0.3.0 (I can't check just yet since the wrapper on
OS X for that version isn't done just yet).
GPGME imports keys just fine. I read in data from a file and then GPGME
will import the key data, if any, without a hitch. The problem is when
I pass invalid OpenPGP data into GPGME. Basically, it doesn't
complain. There should be some kind of error code returned when the
data I passed is invalid and can't be read. As it stands, the only way
to tell if something successfully imported is to compare the keyring
before and after (both ugly and slow).
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