Since the referenced change has been approved, it's good time to make move.
I believe that changes should be following:
* Rename package to gnupg1
* Rename binaries/manpages to have suffix "1"
Here's the review request bug:
Files are in here:
Note that the the next maintenance release of GnuPG 1.4 will also drop support for keyservers and external photo viewers. The keyserver helper programs will thus also not get installed. You may want to consider to remove them right now; for example by using "./configure --disable-exec". See also https://dev.gnupg.org/T3443
Thanks, I've updated the spec to turn that off.
what do you think about building gnupg1 package for F28/F29 which would ship both gpg and gpg1 while F30+ would ship only gpg1?
This would simplify compatibility between Fedora versions. I can prepare patch if you want.
If you do that you should put a note into the NEWS (or whatever file) to explain that gpg2 migrates the secret keys to a new format and that from then on gpg1 will not see any new secret keys.
Adding a gpg1 symlink to f28/29 sounds fine. I think we also need to add a README.Fedora to the f30 version with more info about migrating keys, and turning off the keyserver support.
This bug appears to have been reported against 'rawhide' during the Fedora 31 development cycle.
Changing version to '31'.
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