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signing a key on the commandline never completes #76
Using the 1.0.1 debian package (self-built because not officially released yet), I cannot seem to sign a key properly. I have tried this:
Then that pops open two terminal windows running the following command:
But while mutt normally is able to send email, for some reason, when it's from gnome-keysign, that doesn't work at all: mutt returns (strangely without sending any email) and gnome-keysign just hangs there. Interrupting with control-c yields the following traceback:
It seems the program deliberately be waiting for my input, but never tells me so. Looking at the source, it seems that this might be a logging level problem. But looking at the logging tutorial, I would recommend explicitely using
On 2019-01-21 14:30:01, muelli wrote: oh, interesting. Yeah, a print sounds more clever there. I wonder why we made it a logging statement in first place. Seems silly now.
I've done the same mistake before. :)
In fairness, the CLI app is rather auxiliary; but we still ought to make it as nice as possible.
heh. I'm trying out the monkeysign replacements, and commandline use is one of my requirements. ;) `--debug` would certainly be useful, for example...