gpg 1.3.4 doesn't warn that it is an experimental version
dshaw at jabberwocky.com
Sun Nov 30 17:55:54 CET 2003
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On Sun, Nov 30, 2003 at 06:45:50PM +0100, Johan Wevers wrote:
> David Shaw wrote:
> >The experimental version warning shows up when you actually perform an
> >action with gpg.
> OK, my oversight. With gpg -kv <some key> it does show up.
> BTW, any idea when gpg 1.2.4 will be released?
We expect a 1.2.4 release candidate fairly soon. It has some minor
bug and build fixes, as well as:
* Support for Elgamal sign+encrypt keys has been removed. Old
signatures may still be verified, and existing encrypted
messages may still be decrypted, but no new signatures may be
issued by, and no new messages will be encrypted to, these keys.
The only new message that can be generated by an Elgamal
sign+encrypt key is a key revocation.
The current plan is for GnuPG 1.4 to have no Elgamal sign+encrypt
support at all.
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