Minuet (music education software) moved to kdereview

Sandro Andrade sandroandrade at kde.org
Mon Feb 8 19:21:26 GMT 2016

On Mon, Feb 8, 2016 at 2:44 PM, Sandro Andrade <sandroandrade at kde.org> wrote:
> On Sun, Jan 31, 2016 at 8:42 PM, Aleix Pol <aleixpol at kde.org> wrote:
>> On Mon, Feb 1, 2016 at 12:30 AM, Albert Astals Cid <aacid at kde.org> wrote:
>>> El Tuesday 26 January 2016, a les 10:15:47, Andreas Cord-Landwehr va escriure:
>>>> On Monday 25 January 2016 21:48:27 Albert Astals Cid wrote:
>>>> > El Sunday 24 January 2016, a les 16:50:18, Andreas Cord-Landwehr va
>>>> escriure:
>>>> > > * it looks strange to me that in minuet/cmake/ there are Config-files
>>>> > > for
>>>> > > the 3rd-party library drumstick. My understanding was that such Config
>>>> > > files should only be shipped with the respective library (maybe someone
>>>> > > with a deeper CMake-knowledge can comment?)
>>>> >
>>>> > If upstream ships a cmake file awesome, but if not then we have to find it
>>>> > having our own cmake file.
>>>> Absolutely, but shouldn't that be find-files then instead of config-files?
>>>> I always had the perception that those are quite different.
>>> Right, it most probably be a Find file not a Config file, as far as I
>>> understand it Config files are mostly for projects that ship the cmake file as
>>> part of their install.
>>> Can someone with more cmake knowledge comment?
>> Yes, the idea is that *Config.cmake files should be distributed by the
>> framework itself, otherwise you need to find it. It probably works
>> though, because such things are seldom checked within cmake though.
>> I suggest turning it into a normal Find*.cmake file. Or get Drumstick
>> to provide a cmake file, which is always more convenient.
> Hi,
> I've changed CMakeLists.txt to find out drumstick libs using pkg_check_modules,
> which is the way other drumstick clients (like KMetronome, KMidimon)
> actually do.
> I confirm that works fine at least in Arch, KUbuntu, openSUSE, and Fedora (other
> distros should package drumstick's pkg-config files similarly).
> The three weeks period (two weeks review + one week after completion
> of requested changes)
> ends tomorrow. I plan to move it to KDE edu by the end of this week,
> so that further suggestions
> are quite welcome :)
> Also, could someone clarify the questions I raised before? (copied below)
> * Regarding Minuet versioning itself: should I use the automatic version
> numbering from release script or should I start from a 1.0.0 release?
> * Also, where are those release scripts stored (some repository)?

That seems to be the release-tools.git repository. Following the version
numbering of KDE Applications would be nice for consistency but it may
not reflect the fact Minuet is yet in its early days.



> Cheers,
> Sandro
>> Aleix

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