Karol Kwiatkowski wrote:
> I'm not sure, but here's output from my system (default config):
> 
> $ cd /usr/ports/security/gnupg
> $ make pretty-print-run-depends-list pretty-print-build-depends-list
> This port requires package(s) "curl-7.16.1_1 dirmngr-0.9.7_2
> gettext-0.16.1_3 libgcrypt-1.2.4_1 libgpg-error-1.5 libiconv-1.9.2_2
> libksba-1.0.1_1 openldap-
> client-2.3.37 pth-2.0.7" to run.
> This port requires package(s) "curl-7.16.1_1 gettext-0.16.1_3
> gmake-3.81_2 libassuan-1.0.1 libgcrypt-1.2.4_1 libgpg-error-1.5
> libiconv-1.9.2_2 libksba-1.0.1_1 openldap-client-2.3.37 pth-2.0.7" to build.
> 
> No pinentry dependency, no such port installed, too:
> 
> $ pkg_info -IX "gnupg|pinentry"
> gnupg-1.4.7_1       The GNU Privacy Guard
> gnupg-2.0.4         The GNU Privacy Guard

Ech, scratch that. I realised I'm actually using gpg, not gpg2.
gpg2 relies on pinentry.

Sorry for the noise!

Karol

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Karol Kwiatkowski   <karol.kwiat at gmail dot com>
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