Will gpg 1.x remain supported for the foreseeable future?

Todd Zullinger tmz at pobox.com
Sun Jan 21 01:08:56 CET 2018

Dan Kegel wrote:
> - might save time and anguish if apt-key (and thus gpg[v]?) accepted
> armored keyrings even if filename ends in .gpg

I think that's https://dev.gnupg.org/T2290, in case you want
to follow it or submit a patch to implement it.  Werner did
provide some details about how it would ideally be done.

If I was more capable with C, I'd give it a try since I'd
like to see gpgv work with armored keyrings too.

Progress isn't made by early risers. It's made by lazy men trying to
find easier ways to do something.
    -- Robert Heinlein

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