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gnupg_keyinfo

(PECL gnupg >= 0.1)

gnupg_keyinfoRetorna un array con información sobre todas las llaves que coinciden con un patrón dado

Descripción

array gnupg_keyinfo ( resource $identifier , string $pattern )

Parámetros

identifier

El identificador gnupg, desde una llamada a gnupg_init() o gnupg.

pattern

El patrón a comprobar contra la llave.

Valores devueltos

Retorna un array con información sobre todas las llaves que coinciden con un patrón dado o FALSE si ocurre un error.

Ejemplos

Ejemplo #1 Ejemplo de gnupg_keyinfo() mediante funciones

<?php
$res 
gnupg_init();
$info gnupg_keyinfo($res'test');
print_r($info);
?>

Ejemplo #2 Ejemplo de gnupg_keyinfo() mediante OO

<?php
$gpg 
= new gnupg();
$info $gpg -> keyinfo("test");
print_r($info);
?>

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fauger at NOSPAM dot anonymous dot com
2 years ago
You CAN list all keys in the keyring, you only have to pass an empty string ''.

<?php
$gpg
= new gnupg();
$info = $gpg -> keyinfo('');
print_r($info);
?>

That's it! ;)
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gtisza at gmail dot com
1 month ago
Returns an array of information blocks. An information block looks like
<?php
array (
   
'disabled' => <bool>,
   
'expired' => <bool>,
   
'revoked' => <bool>,
   
'is_secret' => <bool>,
   
'can_sign' => <bool>,
   
'can_encrypt' => <bool>,
   
'uids' => <array of uid blocks>,
   
'subkeys' => <array of subkey blocks>,
)
?>
An uid data block looks like
<?php
array (
   
'name' => <string>,
   
'comment' => <string>,
   
'email' => <string>,
   
'uid' => <string>,
   
'revoked' => <bool>,
   
'invalid' => <bool>,
)
?>
A subkey block looks like
<?php
array (
   
'fingerprint' => <string>,
   
'keyid' => <string>,
   
'timestamp' => <int>,
   
'expires' => <int>,
   
'is_secret' => <bool>,
   
'invalid' => <bool>,
   
'can_encrypt' => <bool>,
   
'can_sign' => <bool>,
   
'disabled' => <bool>,
   
'expired' => <bool>,
   
'revoked' => <bool>,
),
?>
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porjo38 at yahoo dot com dot au
2 years ago
It appears that listing *all* keys is not possible:

<?php
$gpg
-> keyinfo();   // throws an error
$gpg -> keyinfo('*');  // is matched literally, not treated as a shell wildcard
$gpg -> keyinfo('.*');  // is matched literally, not treated as a regex wildcard
?>

This seems like a glaring omission to me.
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