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Well I am not pushing for the cert, in fact it's hard to say how it would be seen by users: is KEXI widely certified and tested by KDE? No, no KDE app is, it's local work.
Maybe I'll have commercial certification or/and the app in app stores. Too early to say.
BTW is it possible to get KDE certificate for the installer?
Apr 1 2019
- KEXI: qtlocation and qtsensors are needed by Qt5WebKit, do not disable
Mar 26 2019
- KEXI: Use "explorer <link>" to Run KEXI per user request, under explorer's user
- KEXI: move files copying to preArchive()
- KEXI: Update package names, ignore also: kemoticons, kdesignerplugin, hunspell-dictionaries
Mar 25 2019
@vonreth Everything works as I expected now... I know, the fashion can be improved.
- KEXI: ignore hunspell and qtlocation/sensors/qqcontrols2
- Simplify blacklist for KEXI, ignore more files
- NSIS Installer for KEXI: Improve start menu and install dir removal (remove parent KEXI folder if makse sense), fix folder names
Mar 14 2019
Updated files, now the installer builds and works. "Run KEXI" from installer does not work and start menu location is not as I expected.
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Feb 18 2019
Very good, by chance, where are the artifacts for kexi builds?
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Feb 5 2019
Thanks a lot @apol, it looks promising and clean. I have questions based on my limited knowledge of these json files:
- kreport, kproperty, kdb modules - can their branch be 3.2 too? They're BC but still using stable dependencies for stable builds would be better
- the top level "branch" attribute is master, not sure what it means
- what would be the URL at https://binary-factory.kde.org/ for the stable?
Feb 1 2019
Right, for master and stable (currently "3.2").
Jan 30 2019
@apol Thanks, adding another nightly for other branch was my initial though. Can we add this? We would be done then.
Thanks Ben, it's hard to argue with this standard behavior. I am wondering though how to trigger the build in projects like KEXI - there can be weeks of development when changes are in kdb.git only and not in kexi.git. More precisely, how to deal with that without adding artificial commits to kexi.git.
Landed, now how to rebuild it? Can I get rights to click Rebuild?
I may want this in other cases, e.g. when kexi.git is unchanges but when dependencies changed and we want to test things while testers are waiting for binaries. For nightly builds it means one test per 24h I'd assume?
Yes, Ben summarized what I meant. Thanks. We're not yet there (that is, production-ready flatpack or app store of any kind, with QA and regular contributors). We can't have all of this the day one, we need nighties so would-be contributors who are not developers have the chances to test current software (stable/unstable). Current state is that many contributors (power users) run 1 or 2 years old software so even initial conversation within bugs.kde.org is problematic.
Jan 29 2019
Jan 27 2019
Thanks Aleix. I'd like to understand: you are not planning it but do you see some rejection by principle or by technical reason?
Bottom line is that for Windows there is no such split and stable software "by KDE" has chance to be shipped.
Jan 24 2019
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Jan 22 2019
@apol Hi Aleix, is there any support for stable builds?
Jan 21 2019
Thanks for the hint.
Jan 15 2019
Pushed for 3.2 Beta, post-commit review would be welcome.