GPGME Keyserver get_key/sync
Michael Florian Schönitzer
ml at schoenitzer.de
Fri Jul 8 18:07:01 CEST 2011
Am Fri, 08 Jul 2011 15:03:08 +0200 schrieb Werner Koch:
> Please try it on the command line. What gpgme does is
> gpg --search-keys PATTERN
> it might also use gpg2.
Original my PATTERN was the key-ID in short form. I tried it with
gpg --search-keys PATTERN
that works but gpg2 didn't work. So I also tried using the long id, that
works with gpg and gpg2 but doesn't work with gpgme, too.
I also wonder about how fast he gives out the EOF-error, he seams not to
connect to the server.
> If that works, you need to enable gpgme tracing; see the manual.
I'm not familiar with tracing and I also haven't found anything in the
manual for now.
Thanks for help.
Michael F. Schönitzer
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