Posted on: 11/06/2006 09:06 AM
gnome-keyring is the part of the GNOME Desktop that saves your network and other passwords securely.
This is a development release.
Changes between 0.6.0 and 0.7.1:
* Added a method for applications to store items in the keyring
that are only available to that application (and apps
explicitly added to the ACL).
use: item_type | GNOME_KEYRING_ITEM_APPLICATION_SECRET
* A method by which an application may access item meta-data
without accessing the secret. Accessing an item in this manner
no longer throws up an 'application would like to read' prompt
for the poor user.
* Documented some structures and functions (Sven Herzberg)
* ar (Djihed Afifi)
* en_GB (David Lodge)
* et (Ivar Smolin)
* it (Francesco Marletta)
* tr (Baris Cicek)
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