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Lukas Pitschl | Dressy Vagabonds
lukele at dressyvagabonds.com
Sun Feb 22 01:39:41 CET 2015
yes, we've created a quick prototype today which is only a start at looking how it ould best be done. We pushed it to github only, so that our other team members could have a look at it.
After we decide how to go forward from hear, we'll split up the commits with proper comments.
Thanks for the comments, we'll have a look and incorporate those as we continue.
Von meinem iPhone gesendet
> Am 22.02.2015 um 01:25 schrieb Jonathan Schleifer <js-gnupg-users at webkeks.org>:
>> Am 20.02.2015 um 11:48 schrieb Lukas Pitschl <lukele at dressyvagabonds.com>:
>> Pinentry-mac is one project we’ve „revived“ and thus only added stuff on top of the old code instead of refactoring it.
>> We’ve been planning to do that for a long time now though, so we’ll definitely look into that and check out how other UIs do it, like GTK.
> It seems there's http://github.com/GPGTools/pinentry now, which is based on the original pinentry. Unfortunately, as of now, it's just one huge commit on top of it. Still, I did a *very* quick review (so don't blame me if I overlooked something :P) and left a few comments.
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