Convert a .sig file to .asc file (is it possible)?

Daniel Kahn Gillmor dkg at
Sat Nov 12 19:29:51 CET 2011

On 11/12/2011 04:17 AM, Csabi wrote:
> It is possible to convert an already created .sig file to .asc file?
> (ASCII armored output)?

ascii armor is just a standard header and footer, wrapped around
base64-encoded data plus a checksum:

If you have perl installed, you can use the attached script to convert
from a binary version to an ascii-armored version.  Invoke it like:

  openpgp-armor-convert < foo.sig > foo.asc


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