GpgME: doc of function availability vs. version?

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GpgME: doc of function availability vs. version?

Albrecht Dreß
Hi all,

does a GpgME documentation exist which lists the new functions vs. the library version where they have been introduced?  In the manual I only found a list of deprecated functions, but also without the information for which version the replacements have been added.

Thanks,
Albrecht.
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Re: GpgME: doc of function availability vs. version?

Werner Koch
On Thu,  4 May 2017 21:50, [hidden email] said:

> does a GpgME documentation exist which lists the new functions vs. the
> library version where they have been introduced?  In the manual I only

You can look this up in the NEWS file.  We document API changes like this:

  Noteworthy changes in version 1.9.0 (2017-03-28)
  ------------------------------------------------
 
   [...]
 
   * Interface changes relative to the 1.8.0 release:
   ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
   gpgme_op_createkey          CHANGED: Meaning of 'expire' parameter.
   gpgme_op_createsubkey       CHANGED: Meaning of 'expire' parameter.
   GPGME_CREATE_NOEXPIRE       NEW.
 

I created https://dev.gnupg.org/T3137 for this.  Thanks.


Salam-Shalom,

   Werner

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Re: GpgME: doc of function availability vs. version?

Albrecht Dreß
Am 05.05.17 12:17 schrieb(en) Werner Koch:
> You can look this up in the NEWS file.  We document API changes like this:

Ah!  Thanks, I missed that one.  It's even in the Debian package...

> I created https://dev.gnupg.org/T3137 for this.  Thanks.

This would be *extremely* helpful, IMO.

Cheers
Albrecht.
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