New dependency for kdelibs and kdebase: dbusmenu-qt
joris.guisson at gmail.com
Thu Apr 29 19:43:31 BST 2010
OK, now that this DBusMenu thing is being used (despite the fact that
it breaks half of KDE or something like that :-), what does this mean
for application developers who use KStatusNotifierItem.? Do you need
to change anything if you use KStatusNotifierItem, or is this all
transparently handled, and we still only need to call setContextMenu ?
On Thu, Apr 29, 2010 at 5:58 PM, Andreas Pakulat <apaku at gmx.de> wrote:
> On 29.04.10 08:17:03, Aaron J. Seigo wrote:
>> On April 28, 2010, Andreas Pakulat wrote:
>> > I know, I recall seeing a review-request. But there was no sign that
>> > this is going live and when this is going live _before_ the commit. The
>> that's the entire POINT of a review request and why they get forwarded to
>> important mailing lists like this. if you want to provide feedback, then
>> provide feedback then.
> My main problem with this was that it wasn't announced before and no a
> review-request is not enough. There should be a warning send to all major
> lists (in particular kde-devel and eventually the kde-cvs-announce list)
> before adding a new dependency and with a concrete date when this new
> dependency is added. A review request is not the right tool for doing that,
> its the right tool to discuss what the code using the new dep will look
>> > And the review-request wasn't posted to the buildsystem list at all,
>> > which is a requirement before introducing new, especially installed,
>> > cmake files.
>> yes, apparently it is according to this:
>> in future i'll try and ensure that happens when its something that touches my
>> code or code i work with.
> I'd like to note that this is not new and has been posted to all major
> lists when it went into effect sometime last year (IIRC).
>> that said, this is a tempest in a teatpot as the code is getting feedback it
>> needs (and valid issues are being addressed) and it will be part of 4.5.
> Yeap, I'm going to stop contributing to the flamewar now and will just wait
> until the dust settled before updating kdelibs :)
> Someone whom you reject today, will reject you tomorrow.
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