RFC: i18n: drop KUIT tags in KDE Frameworks 5.0?

Chusslove Illich caslav.ilic at gmx.net
Fri Mar 30 10:38:47 BST 2012

> [: Albert Astals Cid :]
> Discipline is not a problem [...]
> [...]
> I agree optional is a bad idea.
> [...]
> OTOH it's another hurdle for adoption of current code from KDE 4 to KF5,
> that originally was said to be "transparent" for developers and each day
> is getting to look more like a bigger change.

_From where I stand, these requirements create the "between a rock and a hard
place" situation. If the markup system is fixed with side-effect of more
discipline required, but the optionality is not introduced, that would
suddenly break a lot of code (runtime), and in a way that could neither be
converted automatically nor even reasonably warned about problematic use. So
the least painful option is to just drop it and provide the conversion
script (which should be fully automatic).

Chusslove Illich (Часлав Илић)
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