Re: gpg related crash/hang on 2.0.11

Am 2003.05.13 01:55 schrieb(en) Nuno Monteiro:
> On 2003.05.13 00:15, Carlos Morgado wrote:
>> On Mon, 12 May 2003 23:05:22, Nuno Monteiro wrote:
>>> nuno@hobbes:~$ gpg --keyserver --search-keys 0x1791665F
>>> gpg: searching for "0x1791665F" from HKP server
>>> Keys 1-1 of 1 for "0x1791665F"
>>> (1)     Stephen P. Berry <>
>>>           1024 bit DSA key 1791665F, created 2000-01-09
>>> Enter number(s), N)ext, or Q)uit > q
>> you have gnupg automagically fetching keys ?
> I tried both ways, with and without auto-key-retrieve in gpg.conf, the 
> outcome is the same -- it still hangs. The hairy part is that I've now 
> tested with over 120 signed mails, and I can only reproduce the hang 
> with this particular one, so I'm guessing its broken in any way, and 
> confusing Balsa. I've attached that mail to the first message in this 
> thread, should anyone want to take a look at it.

Sometimes ago I had a problem with some characters of my sig (hyphens) and 
gnupg because they weren't escaped correctly when not at the beginning of 
a line.

Your msg also has some strange hyphens at the end - perhaps it's again 

Strangely with gpg 1.2.1 and gpgme 0.3.15 on debian sid it does work. 
(balsa cvs from 2003-04-22 with some of albrecht's patches)


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