QCA::PGPKeyContextProps

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QCA::PGPKeyContextProps Class Reference

#include <QtCrypto>

Public Attributes

QDateTime creationDate
 
QDateTime expirationDate
 
QString fingerprint
 
bool inKeyring
 
bool isSecret
 
bool isTrusted
 
QString keyId
 
QStringList userIds
 

Detailed Description

OpenPGP key properties.

Note
This class is part of the provider plugin interface and should not be used directly by applications. You probably want PGPKey instead.

For efficiency and simplicity, the members are directly accessed.

Definition at line 1745 of file qcaprovider.h.

Member Data Documentation

QDateTime QCA::PGPKeyContextProps::creationDate

The time the key was created.

Definition at line 1767 of file qcaprovider.h.

QDateTime QCA::PGPKeyContextProps::expirationDate

The time the key expires.

Definition at line 1772 of file qcaprovider.h.

QString QCA::PGPKeyContextProps::fingerprint

The hex fingerprint of the key.

The format is all lowercase with no spaces.

Definition at line 1779 of file qcaprovider.h.

bool QCA::PGPKeyContextProps::inKeyring

True if this key is in a keyring (and thus usable), otherwise false.

Definition at line 1785 of file qcaprovider.h.

bool QCA::PGPKeyContextProps::isSecret

True if this key is a secret key, otherwise false.

Definition at line 1762 of file qcaprovider.h.

bool QCA::PGPKeyContextProps::isTrusted

True if this key is trusted (e.g.

signed by the keyring owner or via some web-of-trust), otherwise false

Definition at line 1791 of file qcaprovider.h.

QString QCA::PGPKeyContextProps::keyId

The key id.

Definition at line 1751 of file qcaprovider.h.

QStringList QCA::PGPKeyContextProps::userIds

List of user id strings for the key, the first one being the primary user id.

Definition at line 1757 of file qcaprovider.h.


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