no-ask-cert-expire during sign-key
dshaw at jabberwocky.com
Fri Jul 22 18:18:29 CEST 2005
On Wed, Jul 20, 2005 at 03:11:51PM +0200, Peter Palfrader wrote:
> gpg (1.4.1) always asks whether UID certifications should expire on the
> same day as the primary key:
> | weasel at galaxy:~$ gpg --no-ask-cert-expire --sign-key 52C8180E
> | [..]
> | pub 1024D/52C8180E created: 2004-12-11 expires: 2012-12-10 usage: CS
> | trust: marginal validity: full
> | Primary key fingerprint: 77FA 0CBE A7BB 268A 312B DB25 3D45 FF99 52C8 180E
> | Matthias Bauer <matthiasb at acm.org>
> | Matthias Bauer <bauerm at shoestringfoundation.org>
> | This key is due to expire on 2012-12-10.
> | Do you want your signature to expire at the same time? (Y/n)
> I always answer no to this question.
> Is it possible to change the behaviour of --no-ask-cert-expire to also
> apply to this case? At least the manpage suggests that it already should do
> just that:
Ok, done for 1.4.2.
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