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- Apr 18 2015, 1:18 PM (134 w, 6 d)
Oh, sure, it slipped during the port. Of course please apply to Applications/17.12. It is not really a new set of dependency (we are past the dependency freeze) but a bugfix.
The fixes are:
- definitions for languages where they were missing;
- fixes for few existing rules
both based on the real usage on kde.org and the Translate project; so no real risks and real improvements for many languages.
This can go to Applications/17.12.
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The criteria is easy: generic MIME types should go to shared-mime-info first; we can probably define them as stop-gap in the meantime, but we should submit them first to not forget.
The proposed commit message contains the same message twice.
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Sorry, I was on vacation and I missed it. In general, for last minute fixes to KDE Applications, the best way is an email to email@example.com
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I strongly suspect that this is not going to work as you want and it could have unexpected results.
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Now I wonder why it was dropped, apart from the lack of port - maybe there was something else that covers the same features? Need to dig.
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KTorrent is not part of KDE Applications.
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ping! (Can you please check if this landed in the moderation queue of kopete-devel@ and maybe whitelist the emails from phabricator?)
Thinking more about it, we don't necessarily need the newer Frameworks version to use CC BY-SA 4.0. We need it only if we want to use the official entity with the generated links, but nothing prevents the usage of a local entity until the requirements are bumped.
This is a general solution. If for specific projects the bump of the Frameworks requirement is fine or required for other reasons, then it's another story.