Minuet (music education software) moved to kdereview

Jeremy Whiting jpwhiting at kde.org
Mon Feb 8 21:20:25 GMT 2016


We have a mixture of both in kde-edu. I know kanagram and khangman use
their own versioning numbers. If no changes happen between releases we
don't bump the version number. If they do we do. I think at some point
when it's pretty solid you may want to consider using the KDE
Applications version numbering, but to start off, using 0.1, 0.2 etc.
to indicate that it's a new project makes sense.


On Mon, Feb 8, 2016 at 12:21 PM, Sandro Andrade <sandroandrade at kde.org> wrote:
> 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.
> Suggestions?
> Sandro
>> Cheers,
>> Sandro
>>> Aleix

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