Re: [PATCH] PGP/GPG support for Balsa
- From: Steffen Klemer <masterofheap gmx net>
- To: balsa-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: [PATCH] PGP/GPG support for Balsa
- Date: Mon, 15 Apr 2002 18:06:36 +0200
Am 2002.04.15 11:49 schrieb(en) Laurent Cheylus:
> En réponse à Steffen Klemer <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> > > First of all: THANK YOU! Great work!
> No, my code is correct. If a PGP/GPG signed message has some lines that
> with "-", all these lines are "dash escaped" ("-" are replaced by "-
> -"). See
> RFC 2440 for details.
Ok, I tested it and it looks like the last 2 lines of my sig are not
escaped in a right way. (Perhaps 'cause the dashes before 'no'-I don't see
any other reason?)
And, as a side note:
A VERY important item on the ToDo for ggp-support could be a less nerving
way of displaying good and bad signatures!
Perhaps a sign in the Header-frame?->with gtk2 it should be no problem, or?
The best way would perhaps a preference that there is always this sign and
you could decide whether you want a message
* if it's a bad sig
* if it's a good sig
* in both cases
* or never
Like always: if I was more talented, I would/could code it myself ;-) (but
as I learn and learn one day I will be a (good?) hacker :-)
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