kevin lyda writes:
> On Tue, Apr 03, 2001 at 04:14:24PM +0100, Lars Hecking wrote:
> > > my gpg config is in an include file. it reads like so, taken mainly
> > > from the docs:
> > Right, I'm using the same, except for
> > > # receive key from keyserver:
> > > #set pgp_getkeys_command="wrap.sh -g %r"
> > > set pgp_getkeys_command="gpg --recv-keys %r"
>> lars rocks. i removed the later and it worked fine. so i uncommented
> it again and did:
>> set pgp_getkeys_command="gpg --recv-keys %r > /dev/null 2>&1"
>> since i'm too lazy to download keys and i like the automated snarfing,
> this seems the best way. i guess mutt doesn't expect output from
> that command? obviously the person who coded that section didn't get
> schooled in the monty python school of development - nobody expects
> the spanish inquisition (on stderr/stdout/stdin). our chief weapon is
> changing interfaces and impatient users - no - our two main weapons are...
Argh - I should have waited with that post to mutt-users ...
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