Logging to a socket

Matthias Welwarsky mwelwarsky at web.de
Tue Dec 16 13:21:38 CET 2003

On Tuesday 16 December 2003 13:09, Werner Koch wrote:
> Hi!
> It is a bit difficult to follow the actual action of Aegypten's crypto
> modules because all modules write to their own log file.  For folks
> loving GUIs, this is not the optimal approach.  To attack this problem
> I added a feature to gpgsm, gpg-agent, scdaemon and dirmngr to allow
> logging to a socket:

Do you consider the log messages an ABI? For the use in e.g. KMail they'd 
probably have to be interpreted to provide useful and especially localized 
information. But to be interpreted, they either need to carry an error code 
at a stable location or the log messages must no be changed.


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