[Chandler-dev] Use --create after new wx-version
heikki at osafoundation.org
Mon Nov 5 16:14:02 PST 2007
Rick Gruber-Riemer wrote:
> I wanted to use the latest and greatest of Chandler to get started with
> writing a plugin (which in the end should store secret/encrypted
> personal information like login infos to different web-sites). So I got
Just pointing out that it is possible to encrypt the whole Chandler
repository (there is an optional startup argument for this) and account
passwords in Chandler today. Plugins that add new kinds of accounts also
have access to the password encryption functionality, take a look at the
gdata plugin for example.
> Having looked at Chandler from a plugin perspective only the last few
> days and being a novice to Python, I do not know, whether the
> re-creation of the repository was a "natural" thing to do. Therefore I
> suggest that BuildingChandlerDesktop eventually gets a note about having
> to re-create the repository in some situations.
--create should not be needed (Chandler should automatically notice
schema differences) unless developers made a mistake and forgot to
update the schema number.
I added a Troubleshoot section on the build page to address this and
another kind of common problem.
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