"-DQT_NO_CAST_FROM_ASCII -DQT_NO_CAST_TO_ASCII" as policy in kde
Albert Astals Cid
aacid at kde.org
Tue Oct 5 18:52:23 BST 2010
A Dimarts, 5 d'octubre de 2010, laurent Montel va escriure:
> As you saw I started to make kde compile with it.
> - kdetoys/kdeaccessibility/kdereview/kdeadmin compiles fine with it
> - I started to fix kdegames/kdeutils (90% done)/kdemultimedia.
> It allows to make code sometime faster, but it allows to find untranslated
> string (I fixed 5-10 untranslated string until now, even if with my own
> script I never saw theses untranslated strings.)
> For me it will good to have it by default (not now :) but I can continue to
> fix compile)
> I created a perl script (not 100% perfect) which helps to convert it.
> (Ok it doesn't fix all compile error.)
> What do you think about it ?
Personally i think it makes the code veeeeeeeeery ugly and should no be forced
into non-critical-fast code if the maintainer of that code does not want it.
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