scim and pinentry-gtk2
rw at rlworkman.net
Tue Apr 8 20:17:42 CEST 2008
Werner Koch wrote:
> On Mon, 7 Apr 2008 21:09, marcus.brinkmann at ruhr-uni-bochum.de said:
>> If it can be implemented without linking to any more libraries, I
>> would suggest a command line option to enable external input methods.
> Command line options are cumbersome because we would need to implement
> them in gpg-agent and and gpgconf too.
Aha; I should have read this one before replying - I didn't consider
gpgconf, but yeah, this was one of my concerns.
>> towards more GNOME/Gtk compliance, it might make sense to provide two
>> separate versions of pinentry: A hardened version based on the current
> That's also my suggestion. Our framework makes it pretty easy to add new
Ideally, this could be done with native gtk, but yeah, if it can't be
done within the ideals you guys set, a new pinentry-scim binary would
certainly be acceptable, I think.
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