Checking expiration date automatically

ERIC LANDES landes_eric at
Mon Jan 14 19:59:40 CET 2008

> > Does there exist an option which would give the expiration date of a
>  key, if such date exists ? 
> See the file DETAILS in the doc/ directory.  Something like:
>   gpg --with-colons --fixed-list-mode --list-keys test at date | cut -d:
>  -f7
> should do what you want.
> The number is the expiration date (if any) expressed as the number of
> seconds since 1/1/1970.
Thanks, it is a command I can rely on ! And it gives an epoch time which can be easily processed. 
For those interested, I just added a -- grep -E "^pub:" -- to get only one date. 


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