Submitting KTextTemplate for KF6
bcooksley at kde.org
Sat Mar 5 18:16:02 GMT 2022
On Sun, Mar 6, 2022 at 6:00 AM Stephen Kelly <steveire at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 26/02/2022 10:38, Volker Krause wrote:
> > On Sonntag, 20. Februar 2022 16:02:59 CET Stephen Kelly wrote:
> >> Hello,
> >> The Qt 5 based Grantlee libraries were depended on by some KDE
> >> For Qt 6, I've created a separate repo for KTextTemplate for one of the
> >> Grantlee libraries. The other library is separate and can be dealt with
> >> separately.
> >> Currently the code lives here:
> >> https://github.com/steveire/ktexttemplate
> >> I'd like to get the process moving on getting this reviewed and into
> >> It's not clear to me what the next step is. I tried googling terms like
> >> "how to submit a library to kde frameworks", but didn't find anything
> >> useful.
> >> https://techbase.kde.org/KDE_Frameworks describes how to build
> >> frameworks, but not how to submit a new one.
> >> I've checked and I can still use invent.kde.org, so it would be good if
> >> there is a standard process I can follow for the rest.
> > I don't think the process of integrating a so far external project into
> > Frameworks happened often enough for this to be documented as a
> > process. I'd suggest the following steps:
> > (1) Import the repo into invent.kde.org
> > (2) Go through the KDE Review process
> > (3) Request inclusion into Frameworks
> > Happy to see this moving :)
> Ok. I was thinking there might be some 'review' area of invent.k.o, but
> I've just made
> Does that satisfy (1)?
It starts the process yes.
> I think there are changes like CamelCase headers to conform to KF6
> norms. I'm not sure if others can help with that now. Can any KDE
> account push to the above repo?
No, only you are able to push to that repository, but people can send you
To give people access to the repository you can either:
a) Invite the teams/kde-developers group to the repository as a 'Developer'
which will grant access to it; or
b) Ask Sysadmin to move the repository into libraries/ which is where it
would go prior to becoming a Framework (which it can only do when it
completes KDE Review)
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