[PATCH scute] Build a second library which uses the signature key.

Dirk Gottschalk dirk.gottschalk1980 at googlemail.com
Sat May 12 00:26:18 CEST 2018


I modified scute a little to fit my needs to use a certificate based on
my signature key in LibreOffice and Thunderbird.

This patch introduces the configute switch --enable-sigkey which
enabled building of scutesig.so which uses the signature key.

Thanks to Damien Goutte-Gattat who bumped me into the right direction
to avoid duplication of slots.c. In my hurry to get this working I
didn't even think about this solution for coexistent shared objects.

The attached patch is based on commit a9a229a, which is the last in the
master branch of the upstream repository.

My changes can be viewed also in my GitHub fork ob the scute repository

I hope this is useful for other users and you are free to merge this
patch back to the original source tree, if appreciated.


Dirk Gottschalk
Paulusstrasse 6-8
52064 Aachen
Tel.: +49 1573 1152350
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