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non port: security/gnupg/files/patch-scd_scdaemon.h

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Thu, 8 Apr 2021
[ 18:45 Adam Weinberger (adamw) search for other commits by this committer ]    commit hash:433d2e2d0cc31894e2660f4faf87b4cfcd59c08b  commit hash:433d2e2d0cc31894e2660f4faf87b4cfcd59c08b  commit hash:433d2e2d0cc31894e2660f4faf87b4cfcd59c08b  433d2e2 
security/gnupg: Update to 2.3.0

  * A new experimental key database daemon is provided.  To enable it
    put "use-keyboxd" into gpg.conf and gpgsm.conf.  Keys are stored
    in a SQLite database and make key lookup much faster.

  * New tool gpg-card as a flexible frontend for all types of
    supported smartcards.

  * New option --chuid for gpg, gpgsm, gpgconf, gpg-card, and

  * The gpg-wks-client tool is now installed under bin; a wrapper for
    its old location at libexec is also installed.
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Mon, 25 Nov 2019
[ 23:49 asomers search for other commits by this committer ] Original commit   Revision:518435
security/gnupg: add the --shared-access option to scdaemon

gnupg's scdaemon opens smart cards in exclusive mode, which prevents other
applications (such as PKCS#11 libraries) from concurrently accessing the
card). Upstream refuses to fix the problem. This commit adds a
--shared-access option to scdaemon. When enabled, scdaemon will access the
smart card in shared mode, playing nicely with other applications. The
default behavior is unchanged.

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Reviewed by:	adamw
Approved by:	adamw (maintainer)
Obtained-from:	GPGTools
Sponsored by:	Axcient
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