Use GNOME GnuPG agent
It would be overall nicer (and safer when using GNOME Shell, due to the
way the passphrase window takes over the desktop in ways that no other
process can fake) to use the GNOME GnuPG agent instead of the regular
Moreover, it’s likely that i18n bugs such as #6206 (closed) don’t affect the GNOME agent.
For the record, we had two reasons to move to gpg-agent + pinentry (#5419 (closed)):
- the dreaded desktop lock bug (#5586 (closed)), which is fixed on Wheezy
- OpenPGP smartcards support (#5931 (closed))