Gtk+-2 version of pinentry
marcus.brinkmann at ruhr-uni-bochum.de
Sun Feb 29 17:58:49 CET 2004
At Sun, 29 Feb 2004 15:48:51 +0100,
Albrecht Dreß wrote:
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> are you interested in a Gtk+-2 version of pinentry? I hacked it using the
> gtk-1 sources of pinentry and a heavily stripped-down version of the
> GtkEntry widget using secure memory, following the Gnome Human Interface
> Guide as much as possible (see shot below). It would be great if someone
> could have a look at it to see if its *really* safe, though.
> If you think this is a useful extension, please tell me who should get the
> patch (is a patch against the 0.7.0 tarball o.k.?) as it is probaley too
> big for the list...
You can send it to me. It's definitely interesting, however, I think
we will review the changes for minimality. For example, you added a
picture, and that is eye candy. We don't bend to any Gnome Human
Interface Guide :) It's all in the name of security, of course.
Anyway, updating to Gtk+-2 will be needed at some time anyway, and I
would like to have a Gtk+-2 version beside the Gtk+-1.2 version in the
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