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- Aug 16 2015, 4:08 PM (200 w, 6 h)
I'd avoid to bump the KF5 version only because of a test.
I'm not sure if there are any other changes to be made.
Yeah it seems I should have used CCBUG: instead. D21691 will fix it.
Mon, Jun 10
Where does this FindTaglib.cmake come from?
Sun, Jun 9
@jriddell Would it be possible to have https://kde.org/applications/utilities/ark instead of https://kde.org/applications/utilities/org.kde.ark?
Sat, Jun 8
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Tue, Jun 4
Thanks for the quick fix :)
Mon, Jun 3
Sun, Jun 2
Makes sense, thanks!
Well, the point of the preview is that I don't need the full app if I just want to have a quick glance at some file. I don't need the full kate or the full okular if I just want to quickly see what's in a text file or in a PDF.
Thanks for the feedback. We haven't tested Activities indeed, sorry about that.
Ah, weird. Then why is okularApplication_fb.desktop associated with binaries? (even if I right-click any binary in /usr/bin from dolphin)
Note: as side-effect of this patch, now binaries/libraries in an archive will open in Okular, because there is a okularapplication_fb desktop file registered with application/x-sharedlib.
Sat, Jun 1
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Wed, May 29
Sorry, one last thing: can you fix the trailing white spaces? The phabricator UI doesn't show them, but there are a lot of them (check with git diff).
Tue, May 28
Tested also on gnome, window activation works fine also there.
Mon, May 27
Sun, May 26
This is possibly due to m_tempFile and m_archiveWriter being class member (since @mvlabat's GSoC refactoring), while they used to be local variables in ReadWriteLibarchivePlugin::addFiles().
- Is this the correct way to solve the problem?
- Should this connection type be used for any of the other signals?
Sat, May 25
Patch looks almost ready now.
Hmm, I just noticed that KWindowSystem::activateWindow() doesn't seem to work on Wayland.
Almost there :)
Thu, May 23
Sun, May 19
Please don't forget to bump kio-gdrive's KGAPI_MIN_VERSION to the new libkgapi's KGAPI_VERSION_STRING.
That worked, thanks :)