[proposal] Move all of the ksecretsservice components into kdeutils/ksecrets

Aaron J. Seigo aseigo at kde.org
Mon Nov 14 20:19:26 GMT 2011

On Monday, November 14, 2011 18:04:08 Kevin Ottens wrote:
>  * Introducing a plugin loading approach inside of the KWallet convenience
> API * Make your current code for the KWallet convenience API a plugin for
> the above mechanism (seeing your code right now, it'll even map fairly well
> as in most places it's right now "if (m_secretServices)" else it uses the
> old code path) and have this plugin installed at the same time than your
> library.

as a mea culpa, if Valentin is OK with it, i volunteer to write the plugin 

Valentin: please let me know when ksecretservice is in its own repo, and i'll 
take care of the kwallet integration ... technically it's a new feature 
that'll be dropping into 4.8's kdelibs, but it's a reasonable compromise imho.

i will commit it after the 4.7.4 release so as not to interfere with that.

Aaron J. Seigo
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