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authorDaniel Kahn Gillmor <>2019-11-09 16:48:14 -0500
committerSean Whitton <>2019-11-10 00:59:28 -0700
commite910230a9fb8a5151bede6d043679ec50570290f (patch)
treec96bfbda91a332944ed4ece13ab0aba20a9d2903 /debian
parentbc35cd2bd19d4e29c46289c831170327f5c8e161 (diff)
email-print-mime-structure: Add --use-gpg-agent for decryption
In some cases, the user may want to try to use their own GnuPG secret keys to decrypt encrypted parts of the message. By default it is disabled so that we aren't accidentally triggering the use of user secret key material. Note that gpg(1) says: It is highly recommended to use [--batch] along with the options --status-fd and --with-colons for any unattended use of gpg. I am deliberately choosing to not use either --status-fd or --with-colons for email-print-mime-structure. I'm not using --with-colons because there is no output from GnuPG that we expect to be machine-readable -- we're just looking for the cleartext of whatever ciphertext is in the message part. I'm not using --status-fd because there is nothing actionable we can do with GnuPG status messages, and asking for them would require switching from to subprocess.Popen to take advantage of the pass_fds argument, which in turn would make the script only work in a POSIX environment (I believe, but have not tested, that the script can currently be used on Windows). Signed-off-by: Daniel Kahn Gillmor <>
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diff --git a/debian/control b/debian/control
index fc2bccc..4c3b956 100644
--- a/debian/control
+++ b/debian/control
@@ -38,6 +38,8 @@ Depends:
+ gpg,
+ gpg-agent,
Architecture: all