list-subkeys with-colons not showing expiration date

Frank Tobin
Fri, 7 Jul 2000 10:42:05 -0500 (CDT)

Frank Tobin, at 01:20 -0500 on Sun, 18 Jun 2000, wrote:

> I'm curious why using listing secret keys with-colons does not show the
> expiration date for subkeys, while listing public keys does:
> Example using GnuPG 1.0.1e:
> gpg --homedir test --with-colons --list-public 0xF950DA9C 2>&1 | grep sub
> sub:u:768:16:ADB99D9C2E854A6B:2000-02-06:2002-02-05:59::
> gpg --homedir test --with-colons --list-secret 0xF950DA9C 2>&1 | grep ssb
> ssb::768:16:ADB99D9C2E854A6B:2000-02-06::::
> Interestingly, this lack of an expiration date does not occur in GnuPG
> 1.0.1.
Could I get an affirmation either way whether GnuPG will continue to not show an expiration date for subkeys of secret keys, but will for public keys? I have test scripts for GnuPG::Interface that I'd like to get right before the next major release of GnuPG. -- Frank Tobin