hp at redhat.com
Tue Jun 27 20:44:23 PDT 2006
Tor Lillqvist wrote:
> One possible reason why this might not be a good idea is if such
> integer representations of SIDs need to be consistent across running
> processes, or between invocations of a program? But, at least if it's
> enough that the mapping is consistent and persistent until the next
> reboot, one could use Windows own "quarks", GlobalAddAtom().
Or have to/from string converters, and have the rule that to go outside
the process you have to do this conversion. I'm not sure where this
comes up in the dbus codebase - it may well, in the config file or in
the auth protocol. GlobalAddAtom() seems like it'd be a little scary...
especially if it leaked out of dbus internals and effectively became
some sort of public API...
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