[KDE/Mac] Potential blocker in kdeinit5 and klauncher5 on OS X
jpwhiting at kde.org
Thu Feb 5 13:23:32 UTC 2015
I've applied this patch here to kinit framework and built it. I then tried
launching kdeinit5.app by running
/Applications/KDE/kdeinit5.app/Contents/MacOS/kdeinit5 klauncher which
seemed to run ok and didn't complain about not being able to communicate
with klauncher. I then started kanagram to check if the ghns would work now
that klauncher is running, but it complained (kio complained I guess) about
not being able to start klauncher5. I think I'm not testing this correctly
in other words.
Which applications/daemons should I be starting manually, and which should
be launched from code (kio or other code) via their dbus .service files or
whatnot? Should I run kded itself, should I run kdeinit5 klauncher to get
that started, or just kdeinit5 itself with no arguments? Do I need to use
kdeinit5 to launch anything besides klauncher ?
On Wed, Feb 4, 2015 at 8:43 PM, Ian Wadham <iandw.au at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Jeremy,
> On 05/02/2015, at 3:11 AM, Jeremy Whiting wrote:
> > I would be very interested in this fix. You say you already did the fix
> on kdelibs? If you can point me at the commit I can take a look at doing
> the same on frameworks if you want. Since I can build and test while doing
> it here.
> Attached is a *rough* patch to get klauncher5 to reply to kdeinit5 and
> let it off the hook. I am not sure if I caught ALL the cases where using
> USE_KPROCESS_FOR_KIOSLAVES should or should not be disabled.
> Also, I have not yet worked out whether klauncher5 *should* be able
> to send execution requests to kdeinit5 if use of QProcess is enabled.
> The patch re-enables the socket, but sends only a LAUNCHER_OK
> message after klauncher5 has started.
> Cheers, Ian W.
> kde-mac at kde.org
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