Getting more verbose details of a key

Wouter Verhelst w at
Tue Nov 21 01:47:45 CET 2017

On Mon, Nov 20, 2017 at 08:56:24AM +0100, Werner Koch wrote:
> On Sun, 19 Nov 2017 15:10, peter at said:
> > GnuPG by default does not show *expired* subkeys. Use --list-options
> > show-unusable-subkeys to do that.
> Let me also add that using gpg without any command (as in "...|gpg") is
> deprecated because the output you see is more of a debug message than a
> weel defined output.  This is also the reason why you see the expired
> keys with that command.
> To view a key wityhout first importing it you can do:
>   gpg --import-options show-only --import 
> (Suggestions for the name of a shortcut command are welcome)


I'd focus on the word "input" there, and add a verb that doesn't imply
something is being written somewhere.

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