Commit ae09a2f2 authored by Dan Leinir Turthra Jensen's avatar Dan Leinir Turthra Jensen 🌈
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Use KMultiDialog for showing the KAccounts control module

parent 2757199c
......@@ -34,7 +34,6 @@
#include <KStringHandler>
#include <KMessageBox>
#include <QNetworkDiskCache>
#include <QProcess>
#include <QStorageInfo>
#include <KAccounts/Core>
......@@ -160,16 +159,16 @@ QNetworkRequest KdePlatformDependent::removeAuthFromRequest(const QNetworkReques
bool KdePlatformDependent::saveCredentials(const QUrl& /*baseUrl*/, const QString& /*user*/, const QString& /*password*/)
qCDebug(ATTICA_PLUGIN_LOG) << "Launch the KAccounts control module";
// TODO KF6 This will want replacing with a call named something that suggests calling it shows accounts (and perhaps
// directly requests the accounts kcm to start adding a new account if it's not there, maybe even pre-fills the fields...)
KService::List services = KServiceTypeTrader::self()->query(QStringLiteral("KCModule"), QStringLiteral("Library == 'kcm_kaccounts'"));
// If we failed to get the kcm, tell the caller we failed
if (services.count() == 0) {
return false;
KService::Ptr service = services[0];
qCDebug(ATTICA_PLUGIN_LOG) << "Launch the KAccounts control module" << service->name();
return QProcess::startDetached(service->exec());
KCMultiDialog* dialog = new KCMultiDialog;
return true;
bool KdePlatformDependent::hasCredentials(const QUrl& baseUrl) const
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