KDE and smartcard support
Andreas Aardal Hanssen
ahanssen at trolltech.com
Tue May 22 08:32:53 BST 2007
On Tuesday 22 May 2007 09:27, you wrote:
> But you implemented software only solution, there are no hooks to
> enable the use of external key operations. Also your abstraction of
> QSslKey a strange "handle()" method that cannot be implemented or used
> out side of your domain.
Please explain. The handle() function returns a pointer to a native OpenSSL
structure. I don't see how this is a problem.
> Also the term of "QSslKey, QSslCertificate" is strange, since both
> have nothing to do with SSL.
Please explain how keys and certificates are unrelated to SSL ;-))).
> So I don't think the QSslSocket should be used in an environment like
> KDE, that have a large user based community who do need to use an
> extra feature (other than simplicity).
Andreas Aardal Hanssen / bibr - andreas . hanssen @ trolltech.com
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