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Apr
24
awarded  Scholar
Apr
24
accepted Keep GnuPG credentials cached for entire user session
Apr
24
suggested approved edit on Keep GnuPG credentials cached for entire user session
Apr
24
revised Specify the shell variant in Emacs local variables for the file
show the bug reported
Apr
24
comment Specify the shell variant in Emacs local variables for the file
The sh-set-shell command does the wrong thing: it adds a shebang line, to a file that specifically should not have one.
Apr
24
comment Specify the shell variant in Emacs local variables for the file
I've submitted a bug report, thanks.
Apr
21
revised Add more than one keyboard shortcut for an action in GNOME
markup keyboard examples
Apr
18
revised Specify the shell variant in Emacs local variables for the file
explain Emacs current behaviour
Apr
18
revised Specify the shell variant in Emacs local variables for the file
dereference a demonstrative
Apr
18
revised Can I make Emacs start in text-terminal mode (no window, like `emacs -nw`) by default?
Make the question title more descriptive
Apr
18
asked Specify the shell variant in Emacs local variables for the file
Apr
18
suggested approved edit on Can I make Emacs start in text-terminal mode (no window, like `emacs -nw`) by default?
Apr
8
awarded  Notable Question
Feb
6
awarded  Popular Question
Jan
8
revised Insert a field at a specific position
update the program version I'm using
Aug
24
revised Add more than one keyboard shortcut for an action in GNOME
deleted 8 characters in body
Jul
29
revised Keep GnuPG credentials cached for entire user session
more explicit request for behaviour I want
Jul
29
comment Keep GnuPG credentials cached for entire user session
Is this a “you can't do what you're asking” response? It's not clear, since you're talking about limiting the session length or limiting caching time. I want exactly the opposite of that: no arbitrary limit on the cache time or session length.
Jul
26
awarded  Commentator
Jul
26
comment Using GnuPG and its daemon gpg-agent
You'll need to spend some time to try to pin down under what circumstances it fails and what circumstances it succeeds. If you can describe what's reliably correlated with the failure then someone else is more likely to think of a solution.