koller at etm.at
Sun Jun 20 18:49:31 BST 2004
looking on the openPassDlg() method, I ask myself what does the
checkCachedAuthentication() method do ?
I assume, the latter only checks if there is already a user/pass pair
available in cache, whereby the other would ask (with a dialog) for one, if
not already in cache - correct ?
If this assumption is correct, I would not understand the doc for
checkCachedAuthentication() which says:
Here is a simple example:
* AuthInfo info;
* info.url = KURL("http://www.foobar.org/foo/bar");
* info.username = "somename";
* info.verifyPath = true;
* if ( !checkCachedAuthentication( info ) )
* if ( !openPassDlg(info) )
But wouldn't one then always simply call openPassDlg() without the
checkCache.. in advance ?
P.S.:I'm asking because I want to fix the smb KIO slave, which currently does
not use authentication for mount requests.
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