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- Mar 5 2015, 12:44 PM (289 w, 3 d)
Sun, Sep 13
We need to decide on what KIO is.
Some people think "if I don't need kioslaves, I shouldn't have to use KIO".
But another line of reasoning is "if you want to do any sort of file-management stuff with URLs, files, dirs, mimetypes, then KIO[Core] is what you want". KFileItem, KFileItemListPropreties, KFileItemActionPlugins... this all fits into this definition.
Where else would one put KFileItem and KFileItemListProperties?
Merged. Please reopen this (or just paste the comment) if you find more.
See T11821 for the similar task for KDirModel.
This is already there in kdirmodel.h
Here's a MR for doing the same in kfileplacesmodel.h: https://invent.kde.org/frameworks/kio/-/merge_requests/130
Any other model that needs this?
Sat, Sep 12
The second architecture seems better/simpler.
(to remove some confusion: the previous comment had the wrong link and should have said "Abandoned in favour of https://phabricator.kde.org/D29299" -- but now it's reopened anyway, as an alternative to D29299)
Fri, Sep 11
Ah, I forgot I had to land your patches manually.
I'll do it now (already resolving a few conflicts...)
@broulik can we remove this task from the dashboard?
Thu, Sep 10
https://lxr.kde.org/ident?_i=KDBusConnectionPool&_remember=1 says everything was ported away from KDBusConnectionPool, good job :-)
Wed, Sep 9
Were you using the Markdown/text editor or the full blown office one?
My experience with editing files on share.kde.org yesterday: constant conflicts, can't rename the file, *lost my changes*, can't give out a link to the file (it lists the directory), can't copy/paste the filename at the top when opening the file. Next time I'm using the wiki.
So, to be sure, I continue with this patch, adjusting the unittest to the new hash -- and no change required in akregrator?
OK, fair point, putting the task back onto the board ;)
Tue, Sep 8
This is not as easy as I thought it would be. When used without QXmlInputSource, QDomDocument simplifies whitespace-only CDATA sections.
This patch: http://www.davidfaure.fr/2020/port_syndication_away_from_qxmlinputsource.diff
leads to a failure in autotests/atom/atom10_entry_content.xml which can be narrowed to
What's deprecated is only QXmlInputSource, QXmlReader/QXmlSimpleReader and associated classes (QXmlEntityResolver, QXmlAttributes...).
Removed from the KF6 board (I can't find how to fully delete a task)
Right, there is no task here anymore.
The main problem I see is the KRecentDocuments integration.
I agree, this is too vague, and therefore not actionable. @knauss do you want to make the task more targeted, or should I (somehow) delete it?
QDomDocument won't be deprecated after all, so we can forget this IMHO.
Right, @stefanocrocco maintains the WebEnginePart for konqueror, @rrosch worked on the sidebar, other people ported it away from deprecated API, and I review contributions.
So konqueror is still around.
Turns out QDom isn't deprecated after all, so maybe this task isn't applicable anymore.
Sat, Aug 29
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Aug 16 2020
It's more than "a handful" though.
I repaired lxr after noticing many desktop files were not being indexed, and it shows that this is used by:
kup, calindac, baloo_file, konqy_preload, kmix, rsibreak, klipper, kalarm, korgac, and kgpg
That's a large number of apps to adapt to toggling the Hidden key at runtime, no?
Aug 13 2020
No, we determined that the trader language wasn't the best way to write C++ code.
ktraderclient was mostly written as a debugging helper. I suggest to strip out the constraint functionality from ktraderclient.
Aug 11 2020
Aug 8 2020
A unittest would be useful too, especially if we then refactor the loading to use KIO jobs.
Aug 6 2020
Aug 5 2020
A bunch of fixes got reverted. The dead code is back. The assert is gone. The docu improvement is gone....
Aug 2 2020
Aug 1 2020
Jul 25 2020
I can't really approve a half finished feature that is undiscoverable.
Jul 18 2020
Well, if you insist, but this is how cruft just adds up. Will you -- or someone else -- remember to actually remove this weird entry from desktop files when implementing something better?
I just don't see how it belongs there. To make this actually available to users, you'd have to ship two desktop files "Home" and "Home with hidden directories shown"? Urgh.
Users don't create or edit desktop files ;)
Jul 14 2020
The commit log explains the what but not the why. Can you give more details about the use case for this? At first sight it smells like overconfigurability (given that the user can already request that hidden files are shown, more globally).
Jul 6 2020
Only if you can find a way to change BatchRenameJob in a binary and behaviour compatible way. And then it will be a dual-headed thing with two modes of operations, awful. All this sounds to me like much more trouble than writing a different job.
Jul 5 2020
Jul 4 2020
Not fully sure. I thought it was corruption of the glimpse databases, but every tuesday they get deleted and recreated, AFAICS.
https://lxr.kde.org/search?_filestring=&_string=KAboutData looks much better now.
Here are my findings.
One thing that used to work better, was that I was able to get email when the cron job fails.
But now it says
A message that you sent could not be delivered to one or more of its
recipients. This is a permanent error. The following address(es) failed:
Jun 14 2020
In the repo where your git push fails, what does git remote -v say?
Jun 13 2020
OK, Qt min version increased: https://invent.kde.org/network/konqueror/commit/a6def18fba4958e0c5a105fd0d8507baeca78d92
Good idea to check the default webengine. Just in case :)
@stefanocrocco if it makes your life easier I'm fine with konqueror requiring Qt >= 5.12 (currently the CMakeLists.txt says 5.9, but KF5 requires 5.12)
This actually breaks language auto-detection for me in the KMail composer.
Sorry, slipped my mind.
Jun 11 2020
The fix is to implement similar support for the about page (with konq: URLs) in kwebkitpart. Since you're the only person interested in kwebkitpart these days (AFAIK), feel free to go ahead and do that.
Jun 8 2020
Jun 7 2020
This breaks FreeBSD compilation. Please check: https://build.kde.org/job/Frameworks/job/kcrash/job/kf5-qt5%20FreeBSDQt5.14/17/