David Shaw
Wed Oct 16 15:51:02 2002

On Wed, Oct 16, 2002 at 08:36:52AM -0500, wrote:
> Thanks, David.  That looks like it should work just fine.
> Do you think it's a safe assumption that the string GOODSIG will only 
> appear if there was in fact a signature?

Very safe assumption.  To have a GOOD sig, there has to be a sig in
the first place ;)

> And, is there any reason you can think of not to use --status-fd for 
> every GPG operation?  It seems like it would be a good thing to have in 
> case there are errors, to provide further troubleshooting information.

I think for automated use when you want that kind of information,
there is no reason not to use it for all operations.  It doesn't
significantly impact performance.


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