with-colons listing, issue with distinguishing between encrypting and signing keys.
Wed Nov 27 07:21:02 2002
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When I do the -with--colons listing of my key, it lists both my
subkeys as es, even though one is just an encrypting subkey and the
other is just a signing one.
I don't think it is a case of gpg not knowing the difference or the
key being corrupted or such, since I test it by trying to get it to
encrypt to the one that's suppused to be the signing key and vice
versa, and it always instead encrypts to the encrypting key and signs
with the signing key instead. I commented out the default key and so
on options in my .conf file during the tests to make sure that wasn't
it, and it still gets it right. So, gpg "knows" which key is which
kind, just doesn't seem to display it properly. Is this a bug, or
could I merely be misreading the listing?
OpenPGP KeyID: 39A6DB9B71AD88B3
"The scientist who would rather refute than comprehend demonstrates
he has chosen the wrong calling." -The Forever Machine
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