Using gpg-agent, when I ssh-add key.pem, GPG prompts me to protect it with a passphrase (distinct, I believe, from any passphrase on the key itself as set with ssh-keygen -N <passphrase>).

The prompt can be closed with no passphrase entered, but is there a way to skip the prompt and have no passphrase, or more generally to specify ahead of time what the passphrase should be?

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