wk at gnupg.org
Mon Jun 6 19:24:10 CEST 2016
On Mon, 6 Jun 2016 19:12, neal at walfield.org said:
> It may be compact, but it is much harder to read. Why not use a
> delimiter that is normally included when double clicking on some text
Because such a delimiter would depend on the used shell and the OS. A
single hex string is the simplest thing to use. You are not supposed to
read it. If you want to compare a fingerprint, use --fingerprint
instead - that is what we have told people. And if you want to read it
even better use --with-icao-spelling ;-)
> Here, dash works.
In Emacs you need to be in lisp-mode if you do not want '-' to be a word
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