Possible --list-keys bug in 1.2.3

Martin Ehmsen ehmsen at imada.sdu.dk
Thu Sep 11 10:50:02 CEST 2003

* David Shaw <dshaw at jabberwocky.com> [Aug 31. 2003 11:05]:
> Believe it or not, this is a bug *fix* in 1.2.3.  The --with-colons
> output wasn't supposed to contain the keyring filename.  The
> --with-colons output is for machine parsing, and the keyring filename
> was for human parsing (note the underline).

So be it, but wouldn't it be an idea to output the keyring filename when 
--show-keyring is given, even if the --with-colons is used??
That would make much more sense, than it just being ignored when 
--with-colons is used.

Martin Ehmsen
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