Martin F Krafft
Mon Sep 24 18:18:01 2001
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also sprach David Shaw (on Mon, 24 Sep 2001 11:27:41AM -0400):
> Yep. GnuPG doesn't know which UID you want to be the primary one, and
> so picks the most recent UID. In most cases, this is the right
> decision (say, if the user changed their email address and so added a
> new UID).
that explains it.
> The next version of GnuPG has the ability to set the "primary user id"
> flag in whatever UID you want to be the primary one.
sorry to be asking so ignorantly, but is its release scheduled
sometime soon, or possibly even out already? and does this flag
actually affect the key itself? it should, i guess...
martin; (greetings from the heart of the sun.)
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