getting an encrypted file to show what public key was used

Werner Koch wk at
Wed May 30 00:14:06 CEST 2012

On Tue, 29 May 2012 22:02, mailinglisten at said:

> "You are probably running gpg non-interactively. In order not to break scripts 
> it is strongly encouraged to use scripted output of gpg only with the options 
> --with-colons, --batch and --status-fd. See"

Well, scripts won't see that message ;-).  They might also assume
something about stderr output and break.  Well, such a break has the
benefit that the authors need to look at the problem.



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