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arothe at phosco.info
Tue Jul 21 11:33:31 CEST 2009
Thanks a lot - it works! The only thing I have changed is the -t
option. All other things I had implemented as you have described. The
complete document is a canonical text document, because I have encoded
it just before I start gpg. I have sucessfully tested it with Evolution.
>> as the signature creation command, but I'm not sure with the -t.
> The -t is fine, but not required if you follow the rules:
> Note: Implementations can either generate "signatures of a
> canonical text document" or "signatures of a binary document", as
> defined in . The restrictions on the signed material put forth
> in section 3 and in this section will make sure that the various
> MIC algorithm variants specified in  and  will all produce
> the same result.
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