GPGME_DEBUG on Android, which makes env vars hard
hans at guardianproject.info
Tue Oct 16 23:51:24 CEST 2012
On 09/25/2012 10:13 AM, Werner Koch wrote:
> On Tue, 4 Sep 2012 19:58, hans at guardianproject.info said:
>> Another idea would be for setting this from a conf file somewhere, but
>> I'm not sure if there is a gpgme conf file.
> I just pushed a new function to set debugging.
> -- Function: int gpgme_set_global_flag (const char *NAME,
> const char *VALUE)
> On some systems it is not easy to set environment variables and
> thus hard to use GPGME's internal trace facility for debugging.
> This function has been introduced as an alternative way to enable
> debugging. It is important to assure that only one thread accesses
> GPGME functions between a call to this function and after the
> return from the call to `gpgme_check_version'.
> To enable debugging, you need to call this function as early as
> possible -- even before `gpgme_check_version' -- with the string
> "debug" for NAME and VALUE identical to the value used with the
> environment variable `GPGME_DEBUG'.
> This function returns `0' on success. In contrast to other
> functions the non-zero return value on failure does not convey any
> error code. For setting "debug" the only possible error cause is
> an out of memory condition; which would exhibit itself later
> anyway. Thus the return value may be ignored.
> Thus your init code may look like this:
> init_gpgme (void)
> /* Initialize the locale environment. */
> setlocale (LC_ALL, "");
> if (debug_gpgme)
> gpgme_set_global_flag ("debug", "9:/tmp/gpgme.log");
> gpgme_check_version (NULL);
> gpgme_set_locale (NULL, LC_CTYPE, setlocale (LC_CTYPE, NULL));
> #ifdef LC_MESSAGES
> gpgme_set_locale (NULL, LC_MESSAGES, setlocale (LC_MESSAGES, NULL));
> Does this make sense?
OMG, thank you! Its working for me. This makes life soooo much easier,
rather than flying blind. Here's how I used it:
const char* version = gpgme_check_version(NULL);
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