Re: new developers wait for GNUPG (was: PAM still a goal for slink)
On Wed, 2 Sep 1998 email@example.com wrote:
> Anyway, most (all?) of the code that must be changed to handle GPG is in the
> "dpgk-dev" package; it should be fairly simple to find out where it
> currently invokes PGP. Probably the correct thing to do would be to use GPG
> by default if it is available, and fall back to PGP when it isn't (or when
> an override flag is given).
>From man 1 dpkg-source:
When dpkg-buildpackage needs to execute PGP to sign
a source control (.dsc) file or a .changes file it
will run pgp-command (searching the PATH if neces
sary) instead of pgp. pgp-command will get all the
arguments that pgp would have done. pgp-command
should not contain spaces or any other shell
Maybe this is enough for now to be able to use gpg?