- Update skrooge to 2.5.0.
- This also switches the port from using kdelibs4 to using kf5.
- Add option to use encrypted database via databases/sqlcipher
- A KDE4 user should probably give it a try.
- Tested on 9.3@32 and 120@64.
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Is there any problem with enabling sqlcipher unconditionally? From a quick look at the code (but not the documentation) it's not clear if this means Skrooge will be unable to open plan sqlite3 database files. If it is, I don't see why not do that and make Skrooge able to work with both encrypted and unencrypted databases.
Remove sqlcipher xor sqlite3, as these no longer conflict.
I created in a skrooge-2.5.0 without sqlcipher and opened it in the one compiled
with sqlcipher. Seemed to work as far as I can tell.