list-subkeys with-colons not showing expiration date

Frank Tobin
Sun, 18 Jun 2000 01:20:49 -0500 (CDT)

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

gpg --homedir test --with-colons --list-secret 0xF950DA9C 2>&1 | grep ssb

Interestingly, this lack of an expiration date does not occur in GnuPG

Frank Tobin

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