How know who is a file encrypted for ?
dirk.traulsen at lypso.de
Thu Feb 28 13:11:55 CET 2008
Am 28 Feb 2008 um 10:04 hat Wilhelm Müller geschrieben:
> >>>>> On Wed, 27 Feb 2008 13:23:34 -0500, David Shaw
> <dshaw at jabberwocky.com> said:
> David> Why?
> David> I'm serious - what is the use case here? How often do
> David> people need to list all recipients of a file?
> I agree with David,
David didn't say he doesn't want this new command, but asked seriously
for some use cases.
> especially since the desired feature is already present, though
> somewhat hidden:
> gpg --list-only --verbose encrypted_file.gpg
It kind of partially works. With --verbose it at least mentions your
own subkeys, but still doesn't print the uids or the primary keyid.
No nice consistent output and a 'somewhat hidden' command.
If you prefer not changing anything then Davids tip is much better.
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