1.0.6d, 1.1.x and big keyrings

Douglas Calvert dfc@anize.org
Tue Mar 19 23:56:02 2002

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 Are there any reasons why I would not want to run 1.0.6d? My pubring
file has gotten quite large but I like having a lot of keys on disk. It
seems that gpg slows down quite a bit doing trust calculations with this
large keyring. If I remember correctly 1.0.7 is scheduled to be quicker
on trust calculations. Does 6d have the same speedups? And what do
others do with large keyrings to make things go quicker? And finalyy
what are the 1.1.x versions in the devel directory? Are there any great
new features being worked on in 1.1?

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