blacklisting MD5 in gpg
wk at gnupg.org
Thu May 7 19:28:27 CEST 2009
On Thu, 7 May 2009 19:09, dkg at fifthhorseman.net said:
> really? it works for me on a debian testing system:
Ooops. I don't know my own code anymore :-(. Before parsing --version
on the command line all the other options are processed as usual and
then the algorithm list building function can make use of them. I
thought that version would be processed by the first pass of the option
parser which looks for things like --option and --homedir before parsing
the option file. I missed that I once ...
Wed Jun 10 07:39:41 1998 Werner Koch,mobil,,, (wk at tobold)
* fileutil.c (compare_filenames): New.
* argparse.c (arg_parse): New flag bit 6 to ignore --version
... introduced a flag to suppress exactly that.
Please forget about my comment. We can for sure put brackets around
> what about including it in the output of --list-config? (personally,
> i'd like to see it in both --list-config and --version)
Can be done. However, gpgconf is the modern tool to ask for
configuration settings. We have just not implemented the more exotic
options like --disable-algo and --personal-foo-prefs. The latter seems
to be important, though.
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