On 12/4/2008 at 12:54 PM, Marcus Hüwe email@example.com wrote:
First thanks for your patch but I'm a bit hesitant to add a gnome
to osc (although it's optional). What about if we simply store the
base64 encoded in the ~/.oscrc file? Wouldn't this be sufficient?
BASE64 is as good as no encryption at all. Trying to obfuscate has nothing to do with securing anything. The patch looks like it takes quiet nicely care of skipping in case it's not available... maybe it can be extended with a configure parameter, if it should try to be used at all: use-gkm: 1 in ~/.oscrc