GpgME C++ / Qt language providers ready for merge?
aheinecke at intevation.de
Mon Apr 11 19:17:49 CEST 2016
I've integrated the C++ and Qt Libraries for GpgME from the KDE Initiative as
language provider into GpgME in the branch "gpgmepp".
I think that branch is now ready for a merge into master.
Build can be controlled by the --enable-languages configure option. So
Will build only the C library.
GpgMEpp is a C++ wrapper / binding around GpgME closely follows the API of
GpgME itself. (Requires C++11)
QGpgME is more of a "Qt library" to work with GpgMEpp then a binding. Has a
Job based Qt API that takes Qt data structures as gpgme data type providers.
(Requires Qt5 and GpgMEpp)
The API is mostly compatible with KF5GpgMEpp and KF5QGpgME which
was released as part of KDE-Applications. Small changes might be caused by the
removal of boost classes from public API as I've ported both libraries away
from boost to c++11.
My current plan is to no longer release KF5GpgMEpp with KDE-Applications 16.08
and depend on the libraries from GpgME for that release.
Andre Heinecke | ++49-541-335083-262 | http://www.intevation.de/
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