adrelanos at riseup.net
Thu Mar 7 15:44:18 CET 2013
What about having /etc/gnugpg.d/ where you can drop configuration files
just you can drop them into /etc/apt/apt.conf.d/?
For example someone could make a hkps distro package, get the
certificate into the correct place and drop a configuration file to use
> On Tue, 26 Feb 2013 16:43, dougb at dougbarton.us said:
> I see that it can make sense to have such variables. However, we will
> need to add a meta option to allow such variable substitution. Thus if
> you want to do that you would need to use something like
> somepath $gnupghome/foo.bar
> We have something similar in gpg-connect-agent, where variables have
> been added only later and thus over there you need to use /subst.
> The available variables would only be those known to GnuPG and not
> arbitrary envvars. In particular those available with "gpgconf
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