[PATCH] Add hostname to default env file

Werner Koch wk at gnupg.org
Mon Sep 10 11:02:31 CEST 2007

On Sun,  9 Sep 2007 04:37, eric at debian.org said:

> And I've written this patch to appease him. Let me know what you
> think. 

This breaks existing installations.  What about using 

  gpg-agent --write-env-file ${HOME}/.gpg-agent-info-$(hostname) ...

in the startup script?  Eventually we might want to store the socket
files at a fixed location like /tmp/gnupg-$USER/foo-socket instead of
having them at a variable place.  What does the file system standard
says about this?



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