AW: KDE Review: Moving Smb4K to extragear/network
alexander.reinholdt at t-online.de
Fri Jan 17 20:01:57 GMT 2014
Am Freitag, 17. Januar 2014, 00:23:27 schrieb Albert Astals Cid:
> El Dijous, 16 de gener de 2014, a les 09:13:46, alexander.reinholdt at t-
> online.de va escriure:
> > [...]
> > > Until recently the code resided in playground/network (Subversion
> > > repository) and I though now is the time to move Smb4K to kdereview with
> > > the intension to place it in extragear/network after review.
> > >
> > > The repository for the review is located at
> > > https://projects.kde.org/projects/kdereview/smb4k
> > What's your target "virtual module"? extragear/utils?
> > I'm not completely sure what you mean by "virtual module". Do you mean the
> > repository where eventually Smb4K should be placed in after review?
> Where in
> do you want it to live?
I would like to place it in extragear/network, if that's possible.
> > I don't think your plasmoid is getting properly i18n'ed since i don't see
> > how it would load the smb4k catalog. Have you tried it works?
> > On my desktop it is fully translated. However, I'd be happy about hints
> > how
> > to improve the plugin.
> > Also you're using kde4_add_kdeinit_executable, can you explain why?
> > Frankly, I don't remember. I think it had to do with some strange debug
> > messages from kdelibs that I tried to get rid of. I can revert this.
> I'd like to know which warnings you were getting without it, because it
> seems a bit of a weird thing to do (use kde4_add_kdeinit_executable in a
> regular app)
As far as I can remember it was the following message, that triggered this:
QDBusConnection: session D-Bus connection created before QCoreApplication.
Application may misbehave.
However, the change to kde4_add_kdeinit_executable did not change this, but I
did not revert the change.
As I said, I can revert this and will acually do it with the next commit.
> > Also, as commented in the i18n list, i think it makes sense you move the
> > docbook to this repo.
> > Done.
> > > For more information on Smb4K, please visit our project's home page at
> > > Sourceforge: http://smb4k.sourceforge.net.
> > Not sure about this one, so asking others, what does the manifesto say
> > about webpages? Should it be on *.kde.org too? Or sf.net is fine?
> > [...]
> > Best regards
> > Alexander
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