On Thu, 12 Apr 2018 12:56, thomas.jaro...@intra2net.com said: > t-verify.c:239: GnuPG: General error > FAIL: t-verify
That turns out to be more complicated than on first sight. This error is from checking that BAD signature - in this case gpg emits a BADSIG status line and calls exit with failure; in trun a STATUS_FAILURE is triggred. Now that could be fixed GnuPG but at quite some pales. Not the right solution. I need to apply fixes to GPGME as well. And that should also be backported to a 1.10.1 (actually I planned to release 1.11.0 this week). Please stay tuned for a GPGME fix. I hope that you can test it too. > Sorry for raining on your parade :) Bug fixing introduces delays ;-) Shalom-Salam, Werner -- # Please read: Daniel Ellsberg - The Doomsday Machine # Die Gedanken sind frei. Ausnahmen regelt ein Bundesgesetz.
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