A subkey and any associated signatures.
Creates a new subkey binding signature. The subkey can be used for encrypting transport and expires in three years.
pub fn binding_signature(&self) -> Option<&Signature>[src]
Returns the most recent binding signature.
This will never return a revocation certificate.
Normally, we ignore subkeys that don't have a binding signature. However, if there is a valid revocation certificate for the subkey, we keep it. In such cases, this function will return None.
All self-signatures have been validated, and the newest self-signature is first.
pub fn certifications(&self) -> Iter<Signature>[src]
Any third-party certifications.
The signatures have not been validated.
pub fn self_revocations(&self) -> Iter<Signature>[src]
Revocations issued by the key itself.
The revocations have been validated, and the newest is first.
pub fn other_revocations(&self) -> Iter<Signature>[src]
Revocations issued by other keys.
The revocations have not been validated.
pub fn revoked(&self) -> RevocationStatus[src]
Returns the subkey's revocation status.
Note: this only returns whether the subkey is revoked. If you want to know whether the key, subkey, etc., is revoked, then you need to query them separately.
impl Clone for SubkeyBinding[src]
impl Debug for SubkeyBinding[src]
impl PartialEq<SubkeyBinding> for SubkeyBinding[src]
impl StructuralPartialEq for SubkeyBinding[src]
impl !RefUnwindSafe for SubkeyBinding
impl Send for SubkeyBinding
impl !Sync for SubkeyBinding
impl Unpin for SubkeyBinding
impl UnwindSafe for SubkeyBinding
type Owned = T
The resulting type after obtaining ownership.
fn clone_into(&self, target: &mut T)[src]
type Error = Infallible
The type returned in the event of a conversion error.