Request for a new status code for untrusted keys
wk at gnupg.org
Mon Jan 29 18:06:10 CET 2007
On Tue, 26 Dec 2006 06:05, ueno at unixuser.org said:
> When I encrypt to a user whose key is not marked as trusted, gpg shows
> detail information about the key and asks me to confirm. However, if
> --no-tty is specified, there is no status code to indicate which
> (sub)key is untrusted.
> $ gpg2 --no-tty --status-fd=1 --command-fd=0 -r 5B0358A2 \
> --encrypt /dev/null
> gpg: C3680A6E: There is no assurance this key belongs to the named user
> [GNUPG:] GET_BOOL untrusted_key.override
> Sorry for bothering you again, may I request a new status code (perhaps
> NEED_TRUST <key-id>)?
What about this?
$ gpg2 --no-tty --status-fd=1 --command-fd=0 -r B15813FE --encrypt -o /dev/null /dev/null
gpg: 2A9BEA2D: There is no assurance this key belongs to the named user
[GNUPG:] USERID_HINT 4447461B2A9BEA2D Daiki Ueno <ueno at unixuser.org>
[GNUPG:] GET_BOOL untrusted_key.override
This has the advantage of reusing the USERID_HINT as used with the
It will display the subkey but that should not be a problem.
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