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bug#30246: 25.2.50; auth-source does not support creation or deletion wi
bug#30246: 25.2.50; auth-source does not support creation or deletion with secrets provider
Tue, 11 Sep 2018 12:26:01 +0200
Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/27.0.50 (gnu/linux)
Allen Li <address@hidden> writes:
>> Could you test it by any chance in Emacs 27? If not, I'll close the
>> bug. You could still report later if it doesn't work as expected.
> It looks like secret creation works now, however I can't seem to
> retrieve the secret. I can file a separate bug for that if you want.
Yes, please do. Because:
> (auth-source-search :host "example.com" :user "bob" :secret "password"
> :create t)
> After calling the returned save function, I can confirm that the
> secret is created:
> $ secret-tool search --all --unlock host example.com user bob
> label = address@hidden
> secret = password
> created = 2018-09-08 23:35:47
> modified = 2018-09-08 23:35:47
> schema = org.freedesktop.Secret.Generic
> attribute.host = example.com
> attribute.user = bob
> However I cannot seem to retrieve it using auth-source:
> (auth-source-search :host "example.com" :user "bob")
I could reproduce it locally. And I could reproduce it also with another
backend, "~/.authinfo". However, if I start a new Emacs session,
(auth-source-search :host "example.com" :user "bob")
returns a valid result. Don't know whether this is a bug or a feature; I
let it to you to decide how to handle. The original bug in this report
("auth-source does not support creation with secrets provider") seems to
be solved, so I'd like to close this.
> Also, deletion still isn't supported:
> (auth-source-delete :host "example.com" :user "bob")
> (cl-assertion-failed ((not delete) "The Secrets API auth-source
> backend doesn't suppor..."))
Yes. But deletion is not supported by any auth-source backend. So I
would prefer if we handle this in another bug report, if the
functionality is missing for you.
To be honest, I'm undecided whether deletion makes sense in auth-source.
Best regards, Michael.