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Re: Patch: Show signature state in encrypted messages using pgg

From: Daiki Ueno
Subject: Re: Patch: Show signature state in encrypted messages using pgg
Date: Sun, 12 Nov 2006 09:28:23 +0900
User-agent: T-gnus/6.17.2 (based on No Gnus v0.2) EMIKO/1.14.1 (Choanoflagellata) FLIM/1.14.5 (Demachiyanagi) APEL/10.6 EasyPG/0.0.5 MULE XEmacs/21.4 (patch 14) (Reasonable Discussion) (i686-pc-linux)

>>>>> In <address@hidden> 
>>>>>   Sascha Wilde <address@hidden> wrote:
> Daiki Ueno <address@hidden> wrote:
> >> > The attached patch extends the message a bit, so that it shows the
> >> > signature verification result in addition.  With it a encrypted but
> >> > unsigned mail shows:
> >> > [[[PGP Encrypted Part:OK, Signer: From unknown user]]
> >
> > Is there still any chance for such a feature enhancement to get into the
> > release?  Anyway,

> No, I don't think so, but I think that:
> 1. There is a chance to get it into gnus CVS

If so, you should make a patch to the Gnus trunk, I think.

> Yes, this might be a problem indeed -- but as far as I can see from a
> quick glance over the source mm-uu-pgp-encrypted-extract-1 is only
> used for "application/x-gnus-pgp-encrypted" which seems quite non
> standard and which I haven't knowingly encountered in real live --
> which would explains why I haven't noticed the glitch in my patch...

You are appearantly missing that Gnus set
application/x-gnus-pgp-encrypted for traditional inline PGP messages.  I
agree these messages are "quite non standard".

> Anyway how about something along the lines of 

> ;;; untested:
> (progn
>   (mml2015-clean-buffer)
>   (funcall (mml2015-clear-decrypt-function))
>   (eq t
>       (compare-strings "OK" nil nil
>                      (mm-handle-multipart-ctl-parameter mm-security-handle
>                                                         'gnus-info)
>                      nil 2)))

> this should fix it.

At least XEmacs 21.4 does not have compare-strings.  BTW, why do you
tend to spread your kludge here and there?  Why not use some other
parameters such as 'gnus-details instead?
Daiki Ueno

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