John P. Looney writes:
> On Mon, Nov 29, 1999 at 12:34:03PM +0000, Lars Hecking mentioned:
> > John P. Looney writes:
> > > Dammit but gpg is a lot more confusing than it used to be. How do I export
> > > out an ascii version of my public key ? --export just gives me binary. How
gpg --armor --export <key-id>
> > -a, --armor create ascii armored output
>> What's "Ascii armoured output" ? A public key ?
It only means that the output is ascii, not binary.
These crypto people sure use some obfuscating language :)
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