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Author dkg
Recipients barry, dkg, mitya57, r.david.murray, sjt
Date 2013-09-21.18:20:05
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I think the relevant specification for PGP/MIME-signed messages is RFC 3156:

in particular:

      Note: The accepted OpenPGP convention is for signed data to end
      with a <CR><LF> sequence.  Note that the <CR><LF> sequence
      immediately preceding a MIME boundary delimiter line is considered
      to be part of the delimiter in [3], 5.1.  Thus, it is not part of
      the signed data preceding the delimiter line.  An implementation
      which elects to adhere to the OpenPGP convention has to make sure
      it inserts a <CR><LF> pair on the last line of the data to be
      signed and transmitted (signed message and transmitted message
      MUST be identical).
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