[PATCH] kwalletd, get rid of delayed messages

Michael Leupold lemma at confuego.org
Sat Sep 20 18:53:53 BST 2008

On Saturday 20 September 2008, Thiago Macieira wrote:
> Michael Leupold wrote:
> >following a suggestion by Thiago I propose the attached patch to
> > kwalletd. It gets rid of delaying messages by changing how the a wallet
> > SHOULD be opened: - client sends an openAsync methodcall
> >- server returns a transaction identifier and starts handling the
> > transaction - client listens to the server's walletAsyncOpened signal
> > (which will be emitted on success and failure)
> Sounds like the best solution.
> Thanks for doing that.

I found one major bug that made the daemon crash on cancelling entering the 
password. The client code is ready as well now.

One question about binary compatibility:
Besides adding two private slots I also removed two which are no longer 
needed. That should be ok, shouldn't it?

Ok to commit?

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