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Wed Mar 21 12:53:57 UTC 2012
On Wednesday, March 21, 2012 12:16:39 PM Jonathan Riddell wrote:
> Hi, we're packaging ksecrets for Kubuntu.
> Some questions:
> Do you expect KDE applications to start porting?
Nope, most application will continue using the KWallet API that KSecret
> When an application gets ported will we as a distro have to handle migration
> of the kwallet data to secret?
No idea, Valentin Rusu can answer that.
> What is a good application to test this with?
> I have tested it with ubuntuone-control-panel-qt which gives an error
> "No such method 'ReadAlias' in interface 'org.freedesktop.Secret.Service'
> There are a bunch of test failures during package build e.g.:
> The following tests FAILED:
> 1 - KSecretsServiceClientAPITest (Failed)
> 2 - NoUiManagerTest (Failed)
> 5 - KSecretCollectionUiTest (Failed)
> 7 - FrontendSessionTest (OTHER_FAULT)
> 8 - KSecretSyncProtocolTest (Failed)
> Start 8: KSecretSyncProtocolTest
> 8/8 Test #8: KSecretSyncProtocolTest ..........***Failed 0.03 sec
> ********* Start testing of ProtocolTest *********
> Config: Using QTest library 4.8.0, Qt 4.8.0
> PASS : ProtocolTest::initTestCase()
> FAIL! : ProtocolTest::testProtocol() 'server->handleRequest( request,
> response )' returned FALSE. () Loc:
> PASS : ProtocolTest::cleanupTestCase()
> Totals: 2 passed, 1 failed, 0 skipped
> ********* Finished testing of ProtocolTest *********
I few days ago I was thinking what's been going on with KSecret, haven't heard
from it for a few months now and I'd really like to see movement in this area
since in theory it will fix a few things KWallet can't do now (or can't do
without big hacks).
- Open the Wallet on login
- Manage certificates
Also, I'm not sure if GNOME is still thinking on providing a secret interface
/me sends an email to kde-core-devel asking for this.
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