libreoffice uses gpgme to sign

Andre Heinecke aheinecke at
Tue Aug 1 09:10:49 CEST 2017

On Tuesday, August 1, 2017 8:55:51 AM CEST Andre Heinecke wrote:
> there are big bugs in there. E.g. if you switch the signing key the GUI 
> will show a different key  then the Key which was acutally used for
> Signing even if you hit show 
> signatures etc. I would not have considered the current state to be 
> "production ready".

Have to roll back on this one a bit. There is some confusing behavior if you 
switch signing keys, but I had a problem in my test setup that caused my to 
think a signature could not be made when in fact it did. So I don't think 
anymore that it showed me  wrong signature information.


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