Posted on: 06/19/2007 10:01 AM
gnome-keyring is the part of the GNOME Desktop that saves your network and other passwords securely.
Important Notes for Packagers:
* gnome-keyring now depends on libgcrypt version 1.2.2 or higher.
* gnome-keyring now has facilities (depending on OS support) that keep passwords and secrets in 'secure' non-pageable memory. Make sure it works on your OS or distro of choice: http://live.gnome.org/GnomeKeyring/Memory
Changes between 2.19.2 and 2.19.4:
* Fixed problem where zero find results returned 'denied'.
* Fixed ugly password prompt for making a new keyring.
* Consistent use of NULL in the API to represent the default keyring.
* Use non-pageable memory for secrets and passwords.
* Log warning and error messages to syslog when running as a daemon.
* Added unit tests for the gnome-keyring API.
* Refactored and reorganized the code.
* Ihar Hrachyshka (be)
* Alexander Shopov (bg)
* Jakub Friedl (cs)
* Pema Geyleg (dz)
* David Lodge (en_GB)
* Jorge Gonzalez (es)
* Ivar Smolin (et)
* Daniel Nylander (sv)
* Theppitak Karoonboonyanan (th)
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