A Quick Supplement

Peter Lebbing peter at digitalbrains.com
Mon Jul 17 10:24:59 CEST 2017

On 17/07/17 01:50, Daniel Villarreal wrote:
> Are you recommending...
> [...]
> instead of

Yes, instead of, not in addition to. The export-local-sigs will add the
local sigs, the other non-local sigs will still be there as well.

> And this all functions with gpg2 in place of gpg ?

Yes, just use what you want to use, GnuPG v1.4, v2.0 and v2.1 all
support it, if I remember correctly.

> Please note that  while I greatly appreciate that Mr. Hansen wrote a
> program to handle this, I still like having the option of doing things
> manually.

I'm not sure if Rob's routine actually backs up local signatures... I
couldn't see anything explicit about it with a quick glance at the code.
That's fine if you don't use local signatures at all.



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