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Mar 14 2018
Hi @asemke, do you think it is better to drop R backend for 18.04 release? I was thinking in provide it for now and rework fotr the next release. Currently (in fact, since some years ago), R backend is not working but the code provide by Rishabh can fix it for now.
Feb 14 2018
Jan 8 2018
Jan 7 2018
Oct 16 2017
So, nice! Thanks!
Oct 9 2017
An additional problem: I need to remove the import of matplotlib from cantor/src/backends/python/import_default_modules.py if not Cantor breaks when I start Python 3 backend. It needs some investigation.
Hello @patrickelectric, just to ask you, is it working correctly right? Do you think in propose it as an "official" solution provide by KDE?
GSoC 2017 is over, so closing this task.
Duplicate of T7167
Oct 8 2017
@rishabhg ported several backends to QProcess, including R Backend. For this backend it is nice because we can bring back this feature for our users.
Oct 7 2017
Trying to send a message to Phabricator from e-mail.
Well, I will push @rishabhg. Maybe I lost the previous changes in this revision. :(
Ok, now it is ok. Please @rishabhg, merge this patch in qprocess_port branch.
- Fix the output for Lua backend
- Fix the output for Lua backend
CCing this thread to @thomasfischer, the KBibTex author.
Please, reply the last point. I will address the others.
This task can be concluded in the effort to port backends infrastructure to QProcess. See the status of the port to R backend in T6116.
Basic communication between Cantor and R is working again after that correction pointed.
I like the idea of improve the penetration of KDE software in research and academia. Maybe it is not suitable as an effort from all community, but see it as an effort from a specific subgroup is interesting.
Jul 8 2017
Jun 30 2017
Hi @rishabhg I think just the variable management is missing in Qalculate port, right? If yes you can move to other backend. Let's try to port most of them before the end of GSoC.
Jun 27 2017
Jun 25 2017
Hi Rishabh, your patch looks ok for me. The previous reviewer pointed some interesting questions, please address them except by those related to comments to follow debug, sometimes it is usual.
Jun 3 2017
Trabalhei hoje de manhã com o Anahuac pra fazer funcionar, nós configuramos e estamos na espera se vai estar tudo ok ou não.
May 29 2017
Hello @rishabhg, I would like you blog post weekly. Try to write in each weekend, ok? You can write about what you did in previous week and what you are planning to do in next week.
May 26 2017
I accepted T6211, so go ahead and let's port the backends to QProcess :)
Nice, the port was very simple and in my tests it i working correctly.
I opened T6211 just to track the port of Scilab backend to QProcess. Next time you can upload patches to Differential.
May 24 2017
Funcionando no Twitter e Facebook, resta ver como vai ficar no Diaspora.
May 22 2017
Currently we are using KProcess in Scilab and Octave backends.
May 20 2017
Nice @rishabhg. But I ask you to resolve T6111 before any port. We need to know the differences between QProcess and KProcess in order to select which approach we are going to use (I think you can do it before your exams because there is not coding task here).
Canal criado utilizando o bot do IFTTT. Resta testar se está funcionando.
Hum I was thinking here @rishabhg, Julia backend uses DBus too. Maybe you need to port that to Q/KProcess as well. Let's see how you work with those listed backends.
Hello @nlminhtl just to warn you this task will refactor Python 3 backend in order to use Q/KProcess instead DBus.
Maybe this task can solve bug #363606.
In your first post you presented the GSoC 2017 project itself.
Atualizado o feed no IFTTT para as redes sociais Facebook e Twitter. Resta testar se funcionará.
May 19 2017
A resolução de T6030 resolveu esse problema também como um workaround.
Resolvido, foi criada uma view nova para os posts que chegam via agregador.
Duplicada de T6030