kio/scheduler: Does not compile with Qt from 4.8 branch

Dawit A adawit at
Wed Jun 1 18:25:11 BST 2011

Isn't this problem easily solvable by changing those slots defined in
Q_PRIVATE_SLOT to actual private slots of KIO::Scheduler and
forwarding the call to the existing code ? See attached patch.

On Wed, Jun 1, 2011 at 10:47 AM, Jeremy Whiting <jpwhiting at> wrote:
> Until those that know the code get this issue sorted out,  I've pasted a
> small workaround that gets it to build here:
> Jeremy
> On Wed, Jun 1, 2011 at 2:39 AM, Thiago Macieira <thiago at> wrote:
>> On Wednesday, 1 de June de 2011 01:42:13 argonel wrote:
>> > This makes a promise that any class can use a private slot without
>> > access checking. It doesn't say how that slot was declared, just that
>> > the private slot can be invoked by any other class. The change to
>> > Q_PRIVATE_SLOT introduces access checking of slots and breaks the
>> > promise, and so it needs to be left unchanged until Qt 5.
>> You're assuming you're allowed to use Q_PRIVATE_SLOT. That macro is not
>> documented, so any use of it outside Qt is suspect by itself. Qt makes
>> promise
>> of source compatibility when using it.
>> --
>> Thiago Macieira - thiago (AT) - thiago (AT)
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