Symmy in kde-review

Elvis Angelaccio elvis.angelaccio at
Sun May 19 15:18:14 BST 2019

On 27/04/19 18:46, Ingo Klöcker wrote:
> On Montag, 22. April 2019 17:57:42 CEST Elvis Angelaccio wrote:
>> On 12/04/19 13:12, Adriaan de Groot wrote:
>>> # Runtime
>>> Since it's supposed to be a CLI application, you might want to massage the
>>> QPA loading a bit, since when I run it (ssh'ed in to my build machine) It
>>> does
>>> this:
>> Note that even if it can be used from CLI, it's still a GUI app as it
>> needs Qt Widgets to show the passphrase dialogs.
> Hmm. I'm wondering why you don't leave the passphrase handling to gpg (resp. 
> gpg-agent) which will show a passphrase dialog (via one of the pinentry 
> implementations) if necessary. One of the major design goals of the gpg2 
> architecture was that passphrase and secret key handling is done by gpg-agent 
> exclusively.

Hi Ingo,

the passphrase handling is still done by gpg-agent. gpgme allows to use
a custom dialog instead of pinentry, which is what I've done to achieve
better integration with Plasma.


> Regards,
> Ingo

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