Thu Oct 17 11:57:02 2002

David Shaw napisa=B3[a]/wrote/schrieb:
> On Wed, Oct 16, 2002 at 02:41:40AM +0200, Janusz A. Urbanowicz wrote:
> > How do I use the personal-<foo>-preferences in 1.2.0?
> >=20
> > Setting it as follows:
> >=20
> > personal-cipher-preferences 3des
> > personal-digest-preferences ripemd160
> >=20
> > gives strange errors when GPG is launched.
> Use the same letter codes that "setpref" uses.  You can list the
> available codes with "gpg -v --version".
> For example. a preference list giving AES, CAST5, and BLOWFISH in that
> order would be "S7 S3 S4".

This is a Bad Thing to do this such a way. It is the most unintuitive
interface I can imagine. Some commands accept algo name, while some need
those cryptic codes which really aren't documented anywhere I know of. Nor
is the method of getting these. Any chance that we'll get consistient user
interface soon?