[KDE/Mac] Patches for KDE [was: Fixes for Filelight utility and LSkat game]
iandw.au at gmail.com
Fri May 16 13:31:31 UTC 2014
On 16/05/2014, at 10:11 PM, Nicolas Pavillon wrote:
> Considering the concerns which have been expressed concerning some aspects presently on version 4.13 (kio issues for example),
If you are referring to the KIO problems I had, I think they were due to wrong
order of installation of 4.12 and 4.13 modules. They have gone away after
I uninstalled and reinstalled everything back to and including qt4-mac. Also,
I have my accounting files again --- phew!
I still have an inconsistent MacPorts installation, so I need some time to clean
it up some more, then more time again to prepare a clean kdesrc-build setup
and test the raster patch properly with KDE/4.13 branch and master. That's the
one-line patch that would go into the kdelibs code, in kdeui/kernel/kapplication.cpp
in the procedure called void KApplicationPrivate::preqapplicationhack().
> I will probably refrain to upgrade to 4.13 for now, and just upgrade KDE on Macports trunk to 4.12.5 for the time being, and include the patch below in the process.
I would be happy if you decided to hold off till 4.13.2, due for release on 10 June.
> Would there be anything else that should be pushed at this time? I could think about the patch to force graphics to raster, that I could test also on version 4.12.5, in order to decouple it from other possible issues in the more revised 4.13.
If you can conveniently test the raster patch on 4.12.5, great! But it is rather a
radical patch. It will affect every KDE application.
> On May16 2014, at 16:00, mk-lists at email.de wrote:
>> I've incorporated the patch as a change to the MacPorts tree in  and filed a ticket for Nicos .
>>  http://quickgit.kde.org/?p=macports-kde.git&a=commitdiff&h=49a61a2fd7399d2a49927e328b55709cfca5b49c
Errrmmm, should this also delete the pre-build lines for konqueror in kde4-baseapps/Portfile?
>>  https://trac.macports.org/ticket/43720
Cheers, Ian W.
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