KIO Job interactivity
thiago at kde.org
Wed Oct 11 00:29:10 BST 2006
George Staikos wrote:
>On Tuesday 10 October 2006 18:35, Thiago Macieira wrote:
>> Paulo Moura Guedes wrote:
>> >AFAIK, it isn't possible to stop KIO prompting for the allowance of
>> >certificates, etc.
>> >This is a little annoying in a program like KLinkStatus, for example,
>> > which isn't supposed to be interactive.
>> >I would like to know your opinion about adding a non interactive
>> > option for KIO jobs (with configurable default behavior) or at least
>> > a way to know if the job is waiting for user input.
>> There's no way to access an SSL-enabled website unless the certificate
>> is valid or the user allows permission to it. If KSSL is asking
>> permission, then the certificate is invalid.
>> What else does it prompt and you want it not to? Overwriting files?
> With KSSL you can tell it "just fail to connect if there is any
> certificate problem". We do that via metadata, and it's used in the
> favicon code.
It may be this that Paulo wants: if there's any problem, just fail
silently and don't interfere with the user.
Is that it, Paulo?
Thiago Macieira - thiago (AT) macieira.info - thiago (AT) kde.org
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