gpg-connect-agent querying max-cache-ttl
peter at digitalbrains.com
Mon Jan 12 21:24:49 CET 2015
On 12/01/15 18:45, Rob Fries wrote:
> I believe the proper way to do this would be through gpg-connect-agent.
You're mistaken; it's as Patrick said through gpgconf, the program to
programmatically query the configuration.
$ gpgconf --list-options gpg-agent|grep ^max-cache-ttl: |cut -d: -f 10
> If it is empty, then the option is not explicitly set in the current
> configuration, and the default applies (if any).
The value is field 10, the default is field 8. So if the above command returns a
blank string, try:
$ gpgconf --list-options gpg-agent|grep ^max-cache-ttl: |cut -d: -f 8
Obviously you could do this in one go, doing your own parsing rather than
calling grep and cut, etcetera.
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