On Mon, Sep 23, 2013 at 3:20 AM, John Szakmeister <j...@szakmeister.net> wrote:
> On Sun, Sep 22, 2013 at 10:07:56PM -0700, Brandon Casey wrote:
>> A few cleanups, followed by improved usage of the glib library (no need
>> to reinvent the wheel when glib provides the necessary functionality), and
>> then the addition of support for RHEL 4.x and 5.x.
>> Brandon Casey (15):

> I reviewed all of the commits in this series, and most are nice
> cleanups.  The only thing I'm a little shaky on is RHEL4
> support (patch 15).  In particular, this:
>     +/*
>     + * Just a guess to support RHEL 4.X.
>     + * Glib 2.8 was roughly Gnome 2.12 ?
>     + * Which was released with gnome-keyring 0.4.3 ??
>     + */
> Has that code been tested on RHEL4 at all?  I imagine it's hard
> to come by--it's pretty darn old--but it feels like a mistake to
> commit untested code.

The (poorly worded) comment is referring to the version of glib that
is being tested by the pre-processor statements.  Since gnome-keyring
doesn't provide a way to test its version, and I'm not sure exactly
which gnome release included gnome-keyring 0.4.3 or which glib version
was distributed with which gnome version, I'm just roughly guessing
based on dates and not-conclusive google searches that 2.8 is

I'll try to clarify the wording here.

The code has been tested on CentOS 4.X.

> Otherwise, there are a few stylistic nits that I'd like to clean
> up.  Only one was introduced by you--Felipe pointed it out--and

Well, not exactly "introduced" by me, but I guess I can fix it in that
same patch. :)

> I have a patch for the rest that I can submit after your series
> has been applied.

Sounds good.

> Acked-by: John Szakmeister <j...@szakmeister.net>

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