Commit 9d64cd13 authored by Miles Bader's avatar Miles Bader
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Revision: emacs@sv.gnu.org/emacs--devo--0--patch-65

Merge from gnus--rel--5.10

Patches applied:

 * gnus--rel--5.10  (patch 27-28)

   - Update from CVS: lisp/gnus.el: Remove bogus comment.
   - Merge from emacs--devo--0
parent 04bf6783
2006-02-10 Reiner Steib <Reiner.Steib@gmx.de>
* gnus.el: Remove bogus comment.
2006-02-09 Daiki Ueno <ueno@unixuser.org>
* pgg-gpg.el (pgg-gpg-encrypt-region): Don't convert line-endings
......@@ -84,7 +88,7 @@
* gnus-util.el (gnus-error): Describe `args'.
2006-02-03 Andreas Seltenreich <uwi7@stud.uni-karlsruhe.de>
2006-02-03 Andreas Seltenreich <uwi7@stud.uni-karlsruhe.de>
* nnweb.el (nnweb-request-group): Avoid growing overview files.
......@@ -101,7 +105,7 @@
* mml.el (mml-generate-mime-1): Correct the order of inline signed
parts.
2006-01-31 Andreas Seltenreich <uwi7@stud.uni-karlsruhe.de>
2006-01-31 Andreas Seltenreich <uwi7@stud.uni-karlsruhe.de>
* nnweb.el (nnweb-group-alist): Use defvar instead of defvoo,
there's only one active file for all servers.
......@@ -142,7 +146,7 @@
* nnweb.el (nnweb-google-parse-1): Clarify some comments.
2006-01-30 Andreas Seltenreich <uwi7@stud.uni-karlsruhe.de>
2006-01-30 Andreas Seltenreich <uwi7@stud.uni-karlsruhe.de>
* nnweb.el (nnweb-type-definition, nnweb-google-parse-1)
(nnweb-google-create-mapping, nnweb-google-search): Adapt to
......@@ -500,6 +504,98 @@
as a buffer-local variable. This avoids creating truncated
dribble files as a result of a hang up, eg.
2005-11-04 Ken Manheimer <ken.manheimer@gmail.com>
* pgg-pgp.el (pgg-pgp-encrypt-region, pgg-pgp-decrypt-region)
(pgg-pgp-encrypt-symmetric-region, pgg-pgp-encrypt-symmetric)
(pgg-pgp-encrypt, pgg-pgp-decrypt-region, pgg-pgp-decrypt)
(pgg-pgp-sign-region, pgg-pgp-sign): Add optional 'passphrase'
argument to all these routines, so the passphrase can be managed
externally and passed in to the system.
(pgg-pgp-decrypt-region, pgg-pgp-sign-region): Use new name for
pgg-add-passphrase-to-cache function.
* pgg-pgp5.el (pgg-pgp5-encrypt-region, pgg-pgp5-decrypt-region)
(pgg-pgp5-encrypt-symmetric-region, pgg-pgp5-encrypt-symmetric)
(pgg-pgp5-encrypt, pgg-pgp5-decrypt-region, pgg-pgp5-decrypt)
(pgg-pgp5-sign-region, pgg-pgp5-sign): Add optional 'passphrase'
argument to all these routines, so the passphrase can be managed
externally and passed in to the system.
(pgg-pgp5-sign-region): Use new name of pgg-add-passphrase-to-cache
function.
2005-10-29 Ken Manheimer <ken.manheimer@gmail.com>
* pgg-gpg.el (pgg-gpg-select-matching-key): Fix: look at the right
part of the decoded armor to find the key-identifier.
(pgg-gpg-lookup-key-owner): New function to return the
human-readable identifier of a key owner.
(pgg-gpg-lookup-id-from-key-owner): Make it easy to identify the
key itself.
(pgg-gpg-decrypt-region): Prompt with the key owner (rather than
the key value) if we have a key and can match it against a secret
key. Also, added a note pointing out fact that the prompt only
indicates the first matching key.
* pgg.el (pgg-decrypt): Passing along 'passphrase' in call to
pgg-decrypt-region.
(pgg-pending-timers): A new hash for tracking the passphrase cache
timers, so that new ones supercede old ones.
(pgg-add-passphrase-to-cache): Rename from
`pgg-add-passphrase-cache' to reduce confusion (all callers
changed). Modified to cancel old timers when new ones are added.
(pgg-remove-passphrase-from-cache): Rename from
`pgg-remove-passphrase-cache' to reduce confusion (all callers
changed). Modified to cancel old timers when their keys are
removed from the cache.
(pgg-cancel-timer): In Emacs, an alias for cancel-timer; in
XEmacs, an indirection to delete-itimer.
(pgg-read-passphrase-from-cache, pgg-read-passphrase):
Extract pgg-read-passphrase-from-cache from pgg-read-passphrase so
users can only check cache without risk of prompting. Correct bug in
notruncate behavior.
(pgg-read-passphrase-from-cache, pgg-read-passphrase)
(pgg-add-passphrase-cache, pgg-remove-passphrase-cache):
Add informative docstrings.
(pgg-decrypt): Convey provided passphrase in subordinate call to
pgg-decrypt-region.
2005-10-20 Ken Manheimer <ken.manheimer+emacs@gmail.com>
* pgg.el (pgg-encrypt-region, pgg-encrypt-symmetric-region)
(pgg-encrypt-symmetric, pgg-encrypt, pgg-decrypt-region)
(pgg-decrypt, pgg-sign-region, pgg-sign): Add optional
'passphrase' argument, so the passphrase can be managed externally
and then passed in to the system.
* pgg.el (pgg-read-passphrase, pgg-add-passphrase-cache)
(pgg-remove-passphrase-cache): Add optional 'notruncate' argument,
so the passphrase cache can be used reliably with identifiers
besides a pgp packet's key id.
* pgg-gpg.el (pgg-pgp-encrypt-region)
(pgg-pgp-encrypt-symmetric-region, pgg-pgp-encrypt-symmetric)
(pgg-pgp-encrypt, pgg-pgp-decrypt-region, pgg-pgp-decrypt)
(pgg-pgp-sign-region, pgg-pgp-sign): Add optional 'passphrase'
argument to all these routines, so the passphrase can be managed
externally and passed in to the system.
* pgg-gpg.el (pgg-gpg-possibly-cache-passphrase): Add optional
'notruncate' argument, so the passphrase cache can be used
reliably with identifiers besides a pgp packet's key id.
2005-10-29 Sascha Wilde <swilde@sha-bang.de>
* pgg-gpg.el (pgg-gpg-encrypt-symmetric-region): New function for
symmetric encryption.
(pgg-gpg-symmetric-key-p): New function to check for an symmetric
encrypted session key.
(pgg-gpg-decrypt-region): When decrypting a symmetric encrypted
message ask for the passphrase in a proper way.
* pgg.el (pgg-encrypt-symmetric, pgg-encrypt-symmetric-region):
New user commands for symmetric encryption.
2005-11-30 Stefan Monnier <monnier@iro.umontreal.ca>
* gnus-delay.el (gnus-delay-group): Don't autoload.
......
......@@ -4257,9 +4257,6 @@ current display is used."
(delete-frame gnus-other-frame-object))
(setq gnus-other-frame-object nil)))))))
;;(setq thing ? ; this is a comment
;; more 'yes)
;;;###autoload
(defun gnus (&optional arg dont-connect slave)
"Read network news.
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