Feature request: load gpg.conf from the same directory as GPG
bahamut at digital-signal.net
Tue May 22 22:35:48 CEST 2007
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Peter S. May wrote:
> Andrew Berg wrote:
>> In instances where GPG is used on a portable drive and used on
>> different machines, it is much better to have gpg.conf read from the
>> same directory as GPG rather than read from %appdata%\gnupg or
>> ~/.gnupg. Just to have it check the same directory, then
>> %appdata%\gnupg or ~/.gnupg would be a big help.
> There's been plenty of discussion on this channel concerning whether or
> not you even should use this stuff on computers that aren't your own.
It's a shared home machine, and I'd rather not even use the
user-specific directory on my own machine.
> Assuming it's an okay idea, set either --options or --homedir, or set
> $GNUPGHOME in your env.
I'm not entirely sure how to do that.
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