No valid OpenPGP data found.
Wed Aug 29 00:04:01 2001
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On Tuesday 28 August 2001 21:03, Stefan Bellon wrote:
> Every line of this PGP public key block has a trailing space at the
> end. Remove those spaces and the key will import without any
> Perhaps GnuPG should report this? pgpdump reports "illegal radix64
> character" which gave me the clue.
Shouldn't gnupg be more generous in what it accepts here? Eg. rfc2045
explicitly requires MUA's to simply ignore any non-base64 character in
a base64 encoding, because MTA's are known to add and remove trailing
whitespace for their convenience. Ditto for QP. Since radix64 _is_
base64, I think these rules should apply to OpenPGP ascii-armoured
messages, too. (and looking into rfc2440, 6.4, I see, they do).
All animals are equal. But some animals are more equal than others.
-- George Orwell "Animal Farm"
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