GPGME: looking for keys with respect to user settings
aheinecke at intevation.de
Mon Jul 9 11:52:41 CEST 2018
On Monday, July 9, 2018 10:13:26 AM CEST Wiktor Kwapisiewicz wrote:
> You answer, as usual, is exactly what I needed! :)
You are welcome. I very much appreciate that you work on adding WKD to other
> And this table is excellent:
> > To clarify:
> > LOCAL means "--list-keys"
> > EXTERN means "--search"
> > EXTERN | LOCAL means "--locate-key"
> I noticed that LOCATE is described as equivalent to --locate-key in the
> but I didn't think other options work like that. Maybe because I'm
> thinking in gpg options this translation table really speaks to me.
> Would it be too much detail if the documentation of keylist_mode also
> included --list-keys and --search in description of LOCAL and EXTERN?
I think it makes sense. Such things were ommited because GPGME tries to
abstract such things away. e.g. you can also use that with gpgsm and there
EXTERN does not mean --search and in theory.
I've added it now as I agree that making it more explicit makes it easier for
new users to understand it.
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