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- Apr 18 2015, 1:18 PM (182 w, 5 d)
Thanks for the work. A quick note: I'm watching this but I'm getting a crash in some cases when opening a file, it may be my environment so I need to investigate it more.
Tue, Oct 16
Why not use the macro provided by ECM? https://api.kde.org/ecm/module/ECMQtDeclareLoggingCategory.html
You can also create and install a .category file that can be used by kdebugsettings.
Of course this applies to all the debug categories defined in calligra.
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The question was raised previously here:
I guess that this is the second user of isBinaryData...
Thu, Oct 4
Uhm, I guess than this can go in then.
Wed, Oct 3
The point about additional language package is not an issue anymore, as kde-l10n* do not exist nowadays:
- Plasma 5 and Frameworks 5 never used them
- applications part of KDE Applications ship the translations in the tarballs since KDE Applications 17.04 (https://community.kde.org/Applications/17.04_Release_Notes)
- applications with independent release schedule never used them
Tue, Oct 2
Also, the patch does not apply cleanly when applied with arc patch D15880. Can you please use arcanist to generate the patch? (see the link that I pasted in the previous comment.)
See here for more details: https://community.kde.org/Infrastructure/Phabricator#Formatting_your_patch
I could not test it yet, but at least the commit message should be changed. Right now it is a copy of the bug report.
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Uh, do you plan to merge that branch into master soon?
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Implement the suggestions: encode the titles value; few const
Thanks for the review, sorry for the long delay. I added the encoding parameter and the const keyword on two variables (titlesUrlPart can change)
I agree with all the objections raised so far, and I'm not sure about the rationale of this change. I'd like to add one point:
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(this specific change is going to be only about adding the oars tag)
But then the commit message should be fixed, and also the german change removed.
This is a big much change; do you have a smaller set of changes? We already have a frameworks branch, so those changes should be applied on top of it, and only be the required changes to complete the porting:
Thu, Sep 20
I still think that my points in my previous comment are valid. The aggregated blogs on Planet KDE works because the items are selected based on some tags. Having all the tweets from all users means a lot of non-KDE related content, which I'm not sure is the goal here.
If there are no other solutions, well, better no list than a list full of non-KDE items.