Re: NetworManager and openconnect: using cookies

On Thu, 2010-12-02 at 17:53 -0200, Murilo Opsfelder wrote:
> By optional, you mean a "save password" checkbox in the GUI or a 
> compile-time flag (e.g.: --with-gnome-keyring)?

The former. Or *some* way of exposing that choice to the user, at least.
Web browsers do it differently, with a pop-up after a successful login.

> > Secondly, it's saving the password even if the authentication fails.
> > You'll note that 'remember_gconf_key' doesn't actually set it
> > immediately; it just *stores* it, and the entry later gets set when the
> > cookie_obtained() function walks through the ui_data->success_keys list.
> If I understood it correctly, in remember_keyring_key() I should only 
> store form_id, name and value in auth_ui_data and actually save them in 
> gnome-keyring inside cookie_obtained() function. Is that correct?

Yes. So you're not storing the password when it was *wrong* :)


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