Posted on: 01/05/2007 12:16 PM
This is a development release.
Seahorse is a GNOME application for managing encryption keys. It also integrates with nautilus, gedit and other places for encryption/decryption operations.
Current work on seahorse is going into making encryption easier for end users to use and (where needed) comprehend.
Changes between 0.9.9 and 0.9.10:
* Add a strike through for revoked, disabled, expired keys [Adam Schreiber]
* Fix problem with not refreshing after adding or deleting keys.
* No copious polling in the background for daemons.
* Use GOption for parsing command line arguments
* Use GtkStatusIcon from GTK 2.10 [chpe]
* Fix repeated loading of keys.
* Don't show expiry date for remote keys [Adam Schreiber]
* Rename 'scaleable' pixmaps directory to 'scalable'
* Fix assertion when no gnome-keyring keyring exists.
* More documentation updates by lt;email@example.com;
* David Lodge (en_GB)
* Francisco Javier F. Serrador (es)
* Daniel Nylander (sv)
* Clytie Siddall (vi)
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* Bug reports are appreciated and should be filed in the GNOME Bugzilla.