QCA (Qt Cryptographic Architecture) in KDE

Thiago Macieira thiago.macieira at kdemail.net
Thu Aug 26 15:49:06 BST 2004


Szombathelyi Gy├Ârgy wrote:
>Brad Hards wrote:
>> I 'd also like to see it in KDE, for KOffice encryption support. Perhaps
>> it can live in kdesupport, like taglib?

That was the idea, when we contacted the author.

>BTW, as I see, QCA is popular, so I will try to implement SASL
>authentication in some ioslaves using this lib. I'm not investigated
>QCA's capabilities yet, is the SASL plugin supports all mechanisms that
>cyrus-sasl have?

Our investigation showed that QCA could be used as a layer between our 
current KSSL and OpenSSL. Preliminary investigation showed that it could 
fit into libkssl quite nicely, with other classes added around, like the UI 
widgets KSSL has now.

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