enhance KRecentFilesAction with a ui action to remove entries
christophpfister at gmail.com
Fri Mar 13 12:30:04 GMT 2009
2009/3/13 David Faure <faure at kde.org>:
> On Wednesday 11 March 2009, Christoph Pfister wrote:
>> 2009/3/7, Christoph Pfister <christophpfister at gmail.com>:
>> > Patch and screenshot attached - comments welcome (don't know how the
>> > k-c-d development model works, but I don't mind you / me commiting it
>> > if it's ok).
>> v2 of the patch:
>> - renamed *enable to *visible
>> - replaced "Remove all entries" by "Clear list"
>> - only show the clear action if the list isn't empty
>> - internal: don't delete / reconstruct the special actions, instead
>> use setVisible
>> - internal: do not put the special actions into selectableActionGroup,
>> as the code assumes that those actions are recent actions (e.g. for
>> maxItems calculation and in saveEntries)
>> Please treat questions like "clear action visible by default" or
>> "clear action in general" seperately (the clear action is still
>> disabled by default in my patch); if you reach consensus about that it
>> can be easily done as a follow-up commit.
> +void KRecentFilesAction::setClearActionVisible(bool visible)
> + Q_D(KRecentFilesAction);
> + d->clearActionVisible = visible;
> + visible = visible && !selectableActionGroup()->actions().isEmpty();
> + d->clearSeparator->setVisible(visible);
> + d->clearAction->setVisible(visible);
> Do not reuse the boolean "visible", define a new one. It will help readability.
> - virtual void clear();
> I'm not sure whether reordering virtuals preserves BC... the comment says
> it comes from a base class so I assume so, but, hmm, for extra safety
> I would leave it where it is and just add "public Q_SLOTS:" before
> (and whatever is needed after like "public:").
Yes, this is the easiest and safest way to assure bc - considering
(I've just found out) that the base class "clear" actually isn't
> Personally I don't see why this feature needs to be optional (getter/setter/property... all useless IMHO). I see no reason why the
> user should be prevented from clearing that list. I'm not obeying your
> request to treat this issue separately,
> because if we agree that
> it should be on by default and everywhere, then the setting isn't
> necessary anymore. But this isn't a strong opinion, just a preference
> for consistency over pleasing individual application developers.
So ... anybody against the clear action being always shown (on
condition that the list isn't empty, of course)?
> David Faure, faure at kde.org, sponsored by Qt Software @ Nokia to work on KDE,
> Konqueror (http://www.konqueror.org), and KOffice (http://www.koffice.org).
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