gcaff-0.2 now available; graphical signing assistant

Fraser Tweedale frase at frase.id.au
Wed Sep 4 14:53:47 CEST 2013

Hi gnupg-users,

gcaff-0.2 is available immediately on PyPI[1] and GitHub[2].

[1] https://pypi.python.org/pypi/gcaff
[2] https://github.com/frasertweedale/gcaff

Release highlights:

* fixed a crash bug on platforms where pipes are unidirectional
  (e.g. Linux)
* fixed a bug that caused the first uid to be dropped when using
  GnuPG v1
* removed the arbitrary limit on the number of keys (whups!)
* supply --use-agent in case GnuPG (v1) is not configured to use the
* test for gpg-agent and local mailer connectivity on startup

gcaff is a graphical tool for signing OpenPGP keys, inspired by
caff.  Features include:

* display and sign photo UIDs
* sign with multiple signing keys in one pass
* choose the certification level on a per-key basis
* email each signature separately, only to the associated email


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