compete switch reference for gpg
Thu Aug 21 14:22:02 2003
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On Thu, Aug 21, 2003 at 12:59:30AM +0200, Johan Wevers wrote:
> David Shaw wrote:
> >- --dump-options is actually not a GnuPG option. It's an option parser
> >option. ;)
> That's a bit too subtle for most users. :-) Anyway, the parser is part
> of GnuPG, isn't it?
> >> --warranty
> >> --no-random-seed-file
> >I'm not sure what version of the manual you have, but certainly both
> >of these are in recent ones.
> I tested it with gpg --help. The above options didn't show up there.
> I used GnuPG 1.2.3rc2 for this test.
gpg --help is a just short reference for common commands. Not all of
the options are documented there (a good thing, since otherwise the
- --help listing would go on forever). It even says "See the man page
for a complete listing of all commands and options" at the bottom.
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