[Patch] KDirModel fix for non-standard hierarchies

Thiago Macieira thiago at kde.org
Tue Dec 2 14:49:36 GMT 2008

On Tuesday 02 December 2008 14:05:49 David Faure wrote:
> Let's be pragmatic. On one hand there's a potential BC breakage for the
> hypothetical case of two different modules passing each other a hash of
> urls (I now grepped and I couldn't find that anywhere in trunk/KDE nor
> extragear), on the other hand (in the current situation) we have:

Search for QSet as well. QSet<T> == QHash<T, QHashDummyNode>.

> 1) a dead slow hashing of urls (mea culpa)
> 2) a broken KDirModel for smb://.
> I think KDE can afford to be a bit more pragmatic than Qt about such
> things.

If we know what we're doing, then we can continue on.

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