Bug: --list-packets ignores second public key

Hauke Laging mailinglisten at hauke-laging.de
Thu Jan 2 23:39:02 CET 2014

Am Do 02.01.2014, 18:11:33 schrieb Peter Pentchev:

> > So I told the site owner that there was (in contrast to his statement
> > above) just one certificate on the page. I had to realize that gpg sees
> > both public keys when importing the block instead.
> Hm, which version of GnuPG are you using?  With both 1.4.15 and 2.0.22
> on my Debian GNU/Linux system I can see a second 'public key packet':

Thanks for checking. I use 2.0.19 but that is not the point. For some strange 
reason it works now here, too. I am not aware of changes. Strange.

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