Query the default key via command line?
wk at gnupg.org
Fri Aug 31 16:35:19 CEST 2007
On Fri, 31 Aug 2007 11:32, immanuel.scholz at tu-dresden.de said:
> This triggers any password agent, doesn't it?
For encryption you don't need the secret key and ghus there won't be a
passphrase prompt. With gpgsm it is a bit different as it will ask the
gpg-agent for the list of trusted root certifciates and that may -
depending on the configurration - trigger a Pinentry prompt.
> Really ugly, though... (and of course, the greps and cuts have to be
> done within the program to be usable under windows ;)
It is not that hard if you already have spawn and pipe functions ready.
gpgconf-comp.c has some code you could reuse.
> ~$ cat .gnupg/gpg.conf | grep ^default
> default-key 91723535
Ah right, my current gpg2 has this feature, whereas gpg 1.4.7 is missing
it. BTW, the supported options can be listed using
(gpgconf will only print options the backend programs announces)
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