Using the not-dash-escaped option

Remco Rijnders remco at
Wed Feb 1 06:20:46 CET 2012

On Tue, Jan 31, 2012 at 09:41:16PM +0000, MFPA wrote in 
<516876184.20120131214116 at my_localhost>:
>> That's exactly what the --not-dash-escaped option is
>> for. Granted,  it's not portable to some other PGP
>> implemetations, but if there is  any mailing list in
>> world in which it would be acceptable, I  would think
>> it would be this one! :)
>I'm guessing that's what you did, and the cut mark was not munged.
>Trying the same right back at ya.
>Are you sure this is what the option is for? The man page says it is
>to enable cleartext signatures to be used with patch files.

And for what it's worth... my client tells me the signature on this 
particular post you made is invalid. Your other posts to this list all 
pass the test ;-)

Kind regards,

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