[gpgme] 1.7 build experience and issues

Alon Bar-Lev alon.barlev at gmail.com
Sat Sep 24 01:42:55 CEST 2016

On 23 September 2016 at 16:41, Andre Heinecke <aheinecke at intevation.de> wrote:
> Hi,
> Thanks for your feedback.
> On Friday 23 September 2016 12:29:48 Alon Bar-Lev wrote:
>> qt/t-encrypt opens a pinentry window, maybe due to:
>>     /* Loopback and passphrase provider don't work for mixed encryption.
>>      * So this test is disabled until gnupg(?) is fixed for this. */
> I can reproduce this by using gnupg 2.0.26 instead of 2.1 or 1.4 I'll
> investigate.


> But its not related to the comment. The comment there is outdated I've since
> fixed that loopback and passphrase provider work with symmetric encryption it
> was a gpgme issue. That test should be reenabled. (As its currently not
> declared as a Slot it's disabled).
> The pinentry comes from the testSimpleEncryptDecrypt.


>> Can you please make the qtdoc enable/disable explicitly instead of
>> autodetecting doxygen?
>> Also, these docs are not installed, shouldn't they?
> Mh, probably, disable by default, enable on option and then install them if
> the option is set. The docs are not so great and useful in my opinion that
> they should be installed / packaged by default. They should be improved of
> course ;-).

No problem, so please add explicit --enable-qt-apidocs or
--enable-apidocs to explicit enable this, also fail if doxygen is not
installed while explicitly enabled.

The implicit behaviours introduces different build sequences for
different environment and we want to avoid that.

For now, I export DOXYGEN= to disable this path.

> Regards,
> Andre
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