xfsm_startup_init() in xfsm-startup.c states the following;
/* if GNOME compatibility is enabled and gnome-keyring-daemon
* is found, skip the gpg/ssh agent startup and wait for
* gnome-keyring, which is probably what the user wants */
But in fact, this is often *not* what the user wanted. Especially with gpg 2.1 where GPG upstream is strongly opposed to gnome-keyring-daemon replacing the agent.
Please make it possible to start gpg-agent/ssh-agent if GPG/SSH support in gnome-keyring-daemon is disabled.
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