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gpg-key2latex - Generate a LaTeX file for fingerprint slips.
gpg-key2latex [-p papersize] [-s] [--show-photo] [--show-qrcode] keyid [keyid...]
gpg-key2latex generates a LaTeX file with an OpenPGP key fingerprint and User IDs,
repeated as often as it fits on a single page. The LaTeX data is written to STDOUT.
Note: In most cases the generated file can be compiled to PDF using pdflatex(1), but
xelatex(1) is required if some UID contains CJK characters.
-p paper-size, --paper-size=paper-size
Select the output paper size. The default is the output of paperconf(1), or a4 if
libpaper-utils isn't installed.
Show subkey information.
Show the first valid user attribute, if any. Note: This writes JPG files to the
Show a QR code of the OpenPGP key fingerprint (40 hexadecimal digits, without spaces),
prefixed with the string "OPENPGP4FPR:". Note: This writes PDF files to the current
directory. Requires qrencode(1) and epstopdf(1).
The height, in number of lines, of the photo and QR code. The default is the number
of User ID, with a maximum of 5.
Print a brief help and exit.
Print the version and exit.
The default home directory.
The gpg binary. Default: "gpg".
The default working directory for gpg. Default: "$HOME/.gnupg".
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