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- Apr 17 2018, 10:17 AM (65 w, 4 d)
May 6 2018
May 2 2018
git show -m 967f42fd37bf0f8c5e23cfd8522b856098e65952 shows that kdevplatform/shell/openprojectdialog.cpp was reset to the master state during the merge - did you have a merge conflict? I'm quite confused why the merge conflict does not show up in the merge commit without -m, though...
That's because something very weird happened on the merge.
Apr 19 2018
Solves the problem in https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=387005 for me. KDevelop properly understands Qt code now, irrespective of the selected compiler (tested gcc, clang-3.8, clang-5.0).
Apr 18 2018
Not sure if this is the right place to discuss, but this breaks the generic project manager for me.
Apr 17 2018
Fixed issue with m_projectPlugins. Sorry, I did not test far enough. Thank you @kossebau for catching that even without testing ;-)
I think this may prevent KDevGenericManager from being selectable at all. Later in OpenProjectDialog::validateOpenUrl() we check for empty filters to add plugins that do not need a specific file: