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PGG: can't encrypt only for myself?

From: Chris Moore
Subject: PGG: can't encrypt only for myself?
Date: Sun, 11 Feb 2007 12:08:28 +0100

pgg-encrypt-for-me is t

I want to encrypt a file only with my own key, so I type:

  M-x pgg-encrypt RET RET

and get an error:

  gpg: : skipped: malformed user id
  gpg: [stdin]: encryption failed: malformed user id

it seems that the 'encrypt for me' setting is only used if I specify other 
recipients as well:

(from the definition of pgg-pgp-encrypt-region:

           (if recipients
               (mapconcat 'shell-quote-argument
                          (append recipients
                                  (if pgg-encrypt-for-me
                                      (list pgg-pgp-user-id)))))

I think I would expect pgg-encrypt-for-me to be consulted even if no other 
recipients are specified.


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