checking signatures in shell scripts
Fri Aug 16 09:53:01 2002
On Wed, 14 Aug 2002 17:24:56 -0400, David Shaw said:
> GOODSIG gives you the full 64-bit keyid. --list-keys gives you only
> the lower 32 bits. Notice that the the last 8 letters in the GOODSIG
> id match the keyid in the --list-keys listing.
However for any scripts it is suggested to use the option
--with-colons, so that you get an easy to parse output. The standard
output is inetned for humans only and may change without notice.
in gnupg/tools you find some scripts making use of that features; AWK
is your friend with this type of listing.