KPeg (Board Game) moved to KDE Review
Ronny Yabar Aizcorbe
ronnycontacto at gmail.com
Thu Jun 18 18:12:49 BST 2015
>>> Am I right that there will be no more KDELibs4-based releases of KPeg?
Hi, thanks for your comments.
Yes, I recently removed kdelibs4support from KPeg.
On Mon, Jun 1, 2015 at 4:06 PM, Alexander Potashev <aspotashev at gmail.com>
> Hi Ronny,
> Please configure the i18n branches at , I guess "i18n trunk branch
> (KF5)" should be set up for extraction from branch master. Then you
> need to ask i18n maintainers in kde-i18n-doc (already in CC) to move
> the existing translations into trunk/l10n-kf5 so that we don't have to
> translate twice.
> Am I right that there will be no more KDELibs4-based releases of KPeg?
>  https://projects.kde.org/projects/kdereview/kpeg/settings
> Alexander Potashev
> 2015-05-27 13:43 GMT+03:00 Ronny Yabar Aizcorbe <ronnycontacto at gmail.com>:
> > Hi all
> > I was working on improving KPeg, an implementation of the Peg Solitaire
> > Game. The game is designed for one player and consists of pegs on a
> > with holes, the goal is to remove all pegs from the board except one.
> > The game was in playground for some years, so I recently requested to
> > it to KDE Review. I think I fixed all the issues, added
> > added sounds and ported the game to KF5. The game is quite stable and
> > libkdegames classes like KGameRenderer, KgTheme, KgDifficulty and
> > I was reading the KDE Application Lifecycle, so I am copying this email
> > kde-core-devel/kde-games-devel lists.
> > The goal is that KPeg can be part of KDE Games and I am willing to
> > it and continue adding new features.
> > Can you please test the game and/or provide some feedback and make some
> > comments about the request?
> > Thanks
> > Ronny
> >  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peg_solitaire
> >  https://projects.kde.org/projects/kdereview/kpeg
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