signing-party 1.1.4-1 source package in Ubuntu


signing-party (1.1.4-1) unstable; urgency=low

  [ Thijs Kinkhorst ]
  * caff:
    + Correct path of ~/.caffrc in informational messages (Closes: #582603).
    + Be more verbose on unexpected key ID (Closes: #645792).
  * gpg-key2ps:
    + Apply patch from Uwe Kleine-K├Ânig to deal with latin1 characters
      (Closes: #596377).
  * Debian package:
    + Import dpkg build flags, plus small cleanups.

  [ Franck Joncourt ]
  * Debian package:
    + Switch to dpkg-source 3.0 (quilt) format.
      - Removed README.source which was needed only for documentation purpose.
      - Removed quilt framework in d.rules.
      - Removed BD on quilt.
      - Added source/format file.
    + Depend on "default-mta | mail-transport-agent" rather than the old
      "exim4 | mail-transport-agent".
    + Bumped Standards-Version up to 3.9.0 (no changes).
  * gpg-mailkeys:
    + Correct path of ~/.gpg-mailkeysrc and ~/.signature in manpage.
    + Add new environment variable SENDMAIL_ARGS to allow user to pass
      arguments to sendmail (closes: #599409).
  * caff:
    + Refactor import of own key and import for keys to sign from keyrings.
    + Also automatically import keys to sign from the user's normal gpg
    + Use --no-auto-check-trustdb when importing keys from files or
      the user's normal gpg keyrings (closes: #539643).

  [ Peter Palfrader ]
  * caff:
    + manpage: Refer to all of /usr/share/doc/signing-party/caff/ and not
      just to /usr/share/doc/signing-party/caff/caffrc.sample
      (closes: #568052).
    + Fix horrible &function calls used because of broken prototypes.
    + Even if all keys to sign were found in the user's normal gpg
      keyrings we still need to import them (again) from any keyrings
      passed with --key-files - the keys there might be newer, containing
      new subkeys (for encryption), uids (for signing) or revocations.
    + Make importing of keys to be signed from the normal gpg optional
    + refactor copying of command line options into global config variable.
    + Create the mail files in ~/.caff/keys even if mail is not sent
      (closes: #590666).
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signing-party: Various OpenPGP related tools

 signing-party is a collection for all kinds of PGP/GnuPG related things,
 including tools for signing keys, keyring analysis, and party preparation.
  * caff: CA - Fire and Forget signs and mails a key
  * pgp-clean: removes all non-self signatures from key
  * pgp-fixkey: removes broken packets from keys
  * gpg-mailkeys: simply mail out a signed key to its owner
  * gpg-key2ps: generate PostScript file with fingerprint paper strips
  * gpgdir: recursive directory encryption tool
  * gpglist: show who signed which of your UIDs
  * gpgsigs: annotates list of GnuPG keys with already done signatures
  * gpgparticipants: create list of party participants for the organiser
  * gpgwrap: a passphrase wrapper
  * keyanalyze: minimum signing distance (MSD) analysis on keyrings
  * keylookup: ncurses wrapper around gpg --search
  * sig2dot: converts a list of GnuPG signatures to a .dot file
  * springgraph: creates a graph from a .dot file