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    • David Zeuthen's avatar
      Bug 617483 – Credentials passing · 7eba4134
      David Zeuthen authored
       - Make GCredentials instance and class structures private so it can't
         be subclassed and we don't have to worry about ABI compat
         issues. This also allows us to get rid of the GCredentialsPrivate
         struct.
      
       - Add a GCredentialsType enumeration that is used whenever exchanging
         pointers with the user. This allows us to support OSes with
         multiple native credential types. In particular, it allows
         supporting OSes where the native credential evolves or even changes
         over time.
      
       - Add g_socket_get_credentials() method.
      
       - Add tests for g_socket_get_credentials(). Right now this is in the
         GDBus peer-to-peer test case but we can change that later.
      
       - Move GTcpConnection into a separate gtk-doc page as was already
         half-done with GUnixConnection. Also finish the GUnixConnection
         move and ensure send_credentials() and receive_credentials()
         methods are in the docs. Also nuke comment about GTcpConnection
         being empty compared to its superclass.
      Signed-off-by: default avatarDavid Zeuthen <davidz@redhat.com>
      7eba4134
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    • Dan Winship's avatar
      Add GCancellables to GSocket ops · 53beca95
      Dan Winship authored
      Currently, to implement cancellability correctly, all synchronous
      calls to GSocket must be preceded by a g_socket_condition_wait() call,
      (even though GSocket does this internally as well) and all
      asynchronous calls must do occasional manual
      g_cancellable_is_cancelled() checks. Since it's trivial to do these
      checks inside GSocket instead, and we don't particularly want to
      encourage people to use the APIs non-cancellably, move the
      cancellation support into GSocket and simplify the existing callers.
      
      http://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=586797
      53beca95
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