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- Apr 18 2015, 6:27 AM (152 w, 6 d)
Feb 4 2018
I found a new warning which is generated by this patch. However, I would leave it as it is, because there will be a warning or we may miss when a change to CMake 3.10 becomes mandatory.
Feb 3 2018
Jan 30 2018
The first two notes are not so important but the corresponding code should get a /**@todo */ comment.
Jan 29 2018
Jan 28 2018
I saw once, that the OLD behavior may cause other warnings. However, I cannot reproduce this. Since I am not able to push currently, I will observe this and push later (to branch 5.0).
Reverted last change - I am fighting with arc :(
Corrected build location of checkprinting plugin
Jan 10 2018
From my point of view, the only issue left is the line QCoreApplication::addLibraryPath(QCoreApplication::applicationDirPath() + QDir::separator() + "kmymoney-plugins");. Since this seems to be a highly emotional question so I do not think further discussions are of use here.
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Dec 3 2017
Hi! Did you do a performance comparison? I am concerned that this patch can reduce performance significantly because some of the objects are created very often and in huge amounts. Additionally we perform searches with them. Also I am not sure if these very simple objects (often POD) can really benefit from a d-pointer, except ABI stability. The drawback is increased code complexity.
Nov 5 2017
Wow, this is an impressive huge amount of work.
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Jun 26 2017
I am with Łukasz. If all developers can compile KMyMoney I am all in. I would not worry about the distros because until we can release this version this won't be an issue anymore.
Jun 19 2017
Your changes improve the code a lot! They make this code better in so many ways, thank you!
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Feb 17 2017
Well this is not very convincing to me, whatever.
I am just curious, why should an app for private finance should have a logarithmic axis? This does not sound useful to me.