Commit 45e01e66 authored by Stef Walter's avatar Stef Walter
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Match schema names for notes and network passwords

 * These are old item types from libgnome-keyring, and
   gnome-keyring-daemon has special code to generate the
   schema for these types of items.
parent ebc65dba
......@@ -22,11 +22,15 @@
* A predefined schema for personal passwords stored by the user in the
* password manager. This schema has no attributes, and the items are not
* meant to be used automatically by applications.
*
* When used to search for items using this schema, it will only match
* items that have the same schema. Items stored via libgnome-keyring with the
* <literal>GNOME_KEYRING_ITEM_NOTE</literal> item type will match.
*/
static const SecretSchema note_schema = {
"org.gnome.keyring.Note",
SECRET_SCHEMA_DONT_MATCH_NAME,
SECRET_SCHEMA_NONE,
{
{ "NULL", 0 },
}
......@@ -42,6 +46,10 @@ const SecretSchema * SECRET_SCHEMA_NOTE = &note_schema;
* applications migrating from libgnome-keyring which stored their secrets as
* 'network passwords'. It is not recommended that new code use this schema.
*
* When used to search for items using this schema, it will only match
* items that have the same schema. Items stored via libgnome-keyring with the
* <literal>GNOME_KEYRING_ITEM_NETWORK_PASSWORD</literal> item type will match.
*
* The following attributes exist in the schema:
* <variablelist><title>Attributes:</title>
* <varlistentry><term><literal>user</literal>:</term>
......@@ -63,7 +71,7 @@ const SecretSchema * SECRET_SCHEMA_NOTE = &note_schema;
static const SecretSchema network_schema = {
"org.gnome.keyring.NetworkPassword",
SECRET_SCHEMA_DONT_MATCH_NAME,
SECRET_SCHEMA_NONE,
{
{ "user", SECRET_SCHEMA_ATTRIBUTE_STRING },
{ "domain", SECRET_SCHEMA_ATTRIBUTE_STRING },
......
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