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Note: any procedure that downloads anything at compile time is broken by design. The git repo for any project should be complete in itself and contain everything that is needed to build a binary releasable artefact. Every time anyone builds a project from a repo, the result should be the same as a build from a source release archive.
Aug 19 2020
Boud, this is not the proper way to move this forward. Nothing in what Albert wrote is about not doing this.
No, it's not irrelevant. It doesn't matter that .po are only copied, if the translation in stable branch and the one in development branch diverge (which they eventually will), you'll get merge conflicts (when merging stable to development)
Just to show the other side of the argument, i've had lots of developers asking for scripty not to commit to the repo the .desktop translations back to the repos since it creates merge conflicts for them.
Aug 18 2020
As I've said before, and will keep saying, if the way translations are handled in KDE changes, the change should be to include the po files in the source repositories, for the following reasons:
Jul 14 2020
The performance problem of the perspective assistant probably is because we use QPainter's OpenGL engine to paint the lines.
We used to have some form of unittesting in the python plugins folder, but that never was integrated with the normal cmake make test run; finding a way to integrate with that should help with actually running tests.
Jun 29 2020
okay, sounds good.
Also, maybe we can get rid of the tabs completely and make the right-hand view aware of whether one or more than one resource is selected and change accordingly.
With QStandardItemModel it's pretty easy to add checkboxes to the items in a combobox, but whether that's the best idea... Maybe we can be consistent and use the standard tag/untag gui from the item choosers?
Jun 28 2020
Jun 24 2020
Sounds good, though it might be good to have as a goal "port to master", too :-)
Good news! About linuxdeployqt -- #appimage is a busy irc channel where theassassin is usually around and can help getting answers.