kioslaves and asynchronous kpasswdserver calls
hans_meine at gmx.net
Tue Apr 21 12:30:29 BST 2009
On Monday 20 April 2009 20:17:40 Michael Leupold wrote:
> I think a timeout of 300s can even be too low for a kioslave. Just imagine
> logging on and walking away to have a coffee and a quick chat before your
> session is fully restored. When you come back you'll find error
I also don't think that password dialogs should time out at all, and AFAICS,
this is a good example.
> Personally I'd prefer no-timeout D-Bus operations because it makes dealing
> with method calls a lot less complex but that's not there (yet?).
Now that I (think I) understood the value of coroutines, I begin to see more
and more places where they would make perfect sense - for example this
protocol chit-chat would be greatly simplified.
What a pity that they're hard (if possible at all?) to implement in C++..
Just my 2 cents,
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