gnome-keyring ANNOUNCEMENT: 2.25.5

gnome-keyring is the part of the GNOME Desktop that stores your
passwords and encryption keys securely.

This is an unstable development release, and we're currently in the
middle of integrating a large batch of refactoring changes to make the
PKCS#11 code more modular, easier to test and hack.

Important Notes:

    * Some helpful notes for distributors:

    * Details of starting gnome-keyring-daemon have changed:

    * DBus is now a required dependency.

Changes between 2.25.4 and 2.25.5:

    * Refactor out gcr library for crypto UI and related tasks.
    * Code refactoring.
    * Support automatically initializing a PKCS#11 token when
      not initialized.
    * Add modular user-store module for general storage of
      keys and certs.
    * Build fixes [Saleem Abdulrasool, Jeff Cai]
    * Add modular roots-store module for storage of trusted CA certs.
    * Add modular rpc-layer for communication between module and daemon.
    * Add modular ssh-agent as the main gnome-keyring-daemon agent.

Updated Translations:

   * Jorge Gonzalez (es)
   * Kjartan Maraas (nb)
   * Daniel Nylander (sv)


Source code:
[MD5 sum: eb201708593a9486a6b6a7974d52a281]

Stef Walter

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