On Mon, 2017-08-07 at 20:26:41 -0700, Paul Hardy wrote:
> Also, where signature files are desired, I think it would be beneficial to
> also accept binary ".sig" files...
There is no need for that, you can convert from ASCII armored to
binary signatures and the other way around easily. For example to
convert from .sig to .asc you can do the following:
$ gpg --output - --enarmor unifont_upper-10.0.05.ttf.sig | \
sed -e 's/ARMORED FILE/SIGNATURE/;/^Comment:/d' > \
This could be done automatically as part of uscan, so you'd not even
need to do it manually!