Moving KRatingWidget from Nepomuk to kdeui

Sebastian Trüg trueg at
Mon Sep 13 22:07:06 BST 2010

can't we just dip in the enabled property of QWidget?

On 09/13/2010 09:11 PM, Frederik Gladhorn wrote:
> Hi,
> so today I ported knewstuff3 over to use the KRatingWidget from kdelibs.
> I have some minor problems that would be easy to solve with some additional 
> api in KRatingWidget.
> Some items we have in knewstuff do have a rating but you cannot vote for it.
> Currently the KRatingWidget will always be clickable, it would be nice, if I 
> could add an "enabled" property (getter + setter) to the class.
> The other problem I ran into was that the setter for the current rating will 
> always emit the changed signal. So there is no way to easily use this widget 
> in a KWidgetItemDelegate as I'm trying in knewstuff.
> Adding a signal that is only emitted when the user actively changes the 
> rating would be trivial. The old version I had copied to knewstuff did not 
> show this behavior.
> I would like to implement the suggested functions, unless someone suggests a 
> better way.
> Cheers
> Frederik
> Sebastian Trüg wrote:
>> Thanks a lot Albert. :)
>> On 09/09/2010 11:38 PM, Albert Astals Cid wrote:
>>> A Dimarts, 7 de setembre de 2010, Frederik Gladhorn va escriure:
>>>> Am Montag 06 September 2010, 23:53:06 schrieb Albert Astals Cid:
>>>>> A Dilluns, 6 de setembre de 2010, Sebastian Trüg va escriure:
>>>>>> i am perfectly fine with that. :)
>>>>> I actually found that the classes are somewhat different, e.g.
>>>>> -     * Set the current rating. Calling this method will NOT trigger
>>>>> the
>>>>> -     * ratingChanged signal.
>>>>> +     * Set the current rating. Calling this method will trigger the
>>>>> +     * ratingChanged signal if @p rating is different from the
>>>>> previous rating.
>>>>>       */
>>>>>      void setRating( int rating );
>>>>> Frederik, do you really need that behaviour to be different in
>>>>> knewstuff?
>>>> Actually I think the change you mentioned above is just the nepomuk
>>>> version being more up to date. When I used this in knewstuff, I didn't
>>>> think it would be possible to move the class.
>>>> The most significant change on my side was that I wanted a read only
>>>> widget. But this requirement is gone, since with newer versions of
>>>> attica (which will be used in kde 4.6, patch is already done here
>>>> locally) we will have a range of ratings and use the widget properly.
>>>> So please just move the nepomuk version, I'll port knewstuff shortly.
>>> Moved, your tourn to port knewstuff.
>>> Albert
>>>> Cheers
>>>> Frederik
>>>>> Albert
>>>>>> On 09/04/2010 10:46 PM, Albert Astals Cid wrote:
>>>>>>> I just realized  knewstuff and nepomuk have copies of the same code
>>>>>>> (KRatingWidget), as far as i remember someone (Thiago?) said it was
>>>>>>> binary compatible to move classes to an library if it was guaranteed
>>>>>>> that everyone that linked to library were the code was previous also
>>>>>>> linked to the new one, since nepomuk already links to kdeui that
>>>>>>> should be ok.
>>>>>>> So if my remembering is correct, can i do the movement?
>>>>>>> Albert

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