test/msg
author us@chu.huenfield.org
Tue, 25 Dec 2018 14:46:45 +0100
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changeset 3209 c15b4ca2b52a
parent 315 fb80b70e844d
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Replace use of Sequoia's backend with a custom key store.

- Sequoia's key store doesn't meet pep's needs (in particular, the
ability to search on a key's user id) and trying to shoehorn pep's
needs onto Sequoia's key store abstractions is just introducing
overhead with no appreciable gain in functionality.

- This patch changes the Sequoia backend to use a local sqlite
database to store the public keys.
     1 GPG(1)                         GNU Privacy Guard                        GPG(1)
     2 
     3 NAME
     4        gpg - OpenPGP encryption and signing tool
     5 
     6 SYNOPSIS
     7        gpg [--homedir dir] [--options file] [options] command [args]
     8 
     9 DESCRIPTION
    10        gpg  is the OpenPGP part of the GNU Privacy Guard (GnuPG). It is a tool
    11        to provide digital encryption and signing services  using  the  OpenPGP
    12        standard.  gpg features complete key management and all bells and whis‐
    13        tles you can expect from a decent OpenPGP implementation.
    14 
    15        This is the standalone version of gpg.  For desktop use you should con‐
    16        sider  using gpg2  ([On some platforms gpg2 is installed under the name
    17        gpg]).
    18 
    19 RETURN VALUE
    20        The program returns 0 if everything was fine, 1 if at least a signature
    21        was bad, and other error codes for fatal errors.
    22