TAB at EOL (GPG and PGP interoperability)
Tue Jan 14 19:45:01 2003

>Message: 1
>From: Ingo =?iso-8859-1?q?Kl=F6cker?= <>
>Subject: Re: TAB at EOL (GPG and PGP interoperability)
>Date: Tue, 14 Jan 2003 00:07:16 +0100
>On Friday 10 January 2003 18:28, wrote:
>> assuming that gnupg wraps a clearsigned message at 64 characters,
>> and pgp at 76 characters
>Neither GnuPG nor PGP do any line wrapping. The lines are wrapped 
>by the=20
>applications (e.g. the mail clients) that use gpg/pgp to clearsign=20

if you mean that neither pgp nor gnupg wrap a line that ends with a tab
followed by a character, 
this is true only for pgp, which, even though it wraps at 76,
will not wrap if there is a tab anywhere after position 76

for gnupg, as long as the position of wrapping will not result in a line ending with a tab, then it will wrap,
usually at position 64

{is it possible to change the position of the wrapping in gnupg
i.e. the length of the line ?}



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