[Announce] GnuPG 2.1.1 released

Dominyk Tiller dominyktiller at gmail.com
Thu Dec 18 21:19:56 CET 2014

Apologies, that option is indeed gone.

I was trying to pass it anyhow, in order to use an external (but
up-to-date) gpg-agent as my agent, because that's how I was configuring
the 2.0.x branch, "--disable-agent

When I went to build this new release of the 2.1.x branch I just
automatically passed those configure options, and when the configure
script didn't flag the option as unrecognised I wondered if it was a bug
that it was erroring out. I should have probably double-checked to see
if I was just being stupid ;).

Cheers for the reply,


Sent from OS X. If you wish to communicate more securely my PGP Public
Key is 0x872524db9d74326c.

On 18/12/2014 08:35, Werner Koch wrote:
> On Wed, 17 Dec 2014 13:54, dominyktiller at gmail.com said:
>> I'm still hitting a new one though. If you attempt to compile using an
>> external gpg-agent, rather than one with the package, you hit this:
> You mean an option --disable-agent?  Do we still have this option - it
> needs to be removed.  gpg-agent is not optional.
> Salam-Shalom,
>    Werner

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