2.3.1: compilation result without dirmngr (due to --disable-ldap?)

Werner Koch wk at gnupg.org
Wed Aug 4 12:56:01 CEST 2021

On Mon,  2 Aug 2021 15:47, Steffen Nurpmeso said:

> Yes, no, my problem is about the the special z-base-32 step, for
> which there is no tool around by default.  But i personally still

Right, same for the very new, silly, and one-usecase base-45.
(gnupg/common/t-zb32.c is not installed but might be helpful)

> struggle with the base64 that SSH now uses for fingerprinting,
> i find this very hard.  Yes i had seen discussion in the PGP IETF

Me too.  That has been the worsed decision they ever made.  Abbreviated
SHA256 would have be totally sufficient and gians better security due to
a better UX.



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