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Re: bug and gnupg



On Thu, May 16, 2002 at 06:24:57AM -0700, Paul 'Baloo' Johnson wrote:
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| Is there any good reason why you can't sign submissions to BTS with
| gnupg using bug?

Is the reason good or not?  I think you're having trouble because
you're encoding mechanism puts that
    -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----
    Hash: SHA1
header above your message.  As a result the psuedo-headers the BTS
looks for aren't at the top.

I have submitted a bug report that was gpg signed (using the MIME
encoding for attaching the signature), but it isn't pretty in the
arvchives (the archives display the full raw message, quoted-printable
and all).

| Would this be a good feature request?

I think so.  If we sign everything else, why not sign bug reports?

-D

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