[KDE/Mac] OSX/CI: konversation still fails to run properly
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Mon Feb 23 22:20:53 UTC 2015
On 23 Feb 2015, at 23:09 , René J.V. Bertin <rjvbertin at gmail.com> wrote:
> Actually, kglobalaccel used to be built as a regular, non-bundle application.. That's one reason I had to patch the code to make it behave like an agent (= don't appear in the dock)
yes, I remember that in KDE4.
> ... and that I only did because it was one of those unwanted apps that kept appearing there (in the dock) without my explicit benediction.
> There ought to be no reason it is now built as an app bundle. I don't think it ever presents a dialog or other widget, it just needs a connection to the window server in order to handle keyboard events.
Looks like your changes never made it into KF5. Good that we’re all able to work
on KF5 these days! :-D
>> As to how to make these changes permanent when building the .services files
>> with cmake I'm not sure, how was that done with kde4 based macports stuff?
> Not, I think. It's possible that some patches were made "post-destroot" in MacPorts Portfiles, but I have in fact never looked at that.
Well, that should NOT be done by MacPorts, but rather by CMake at build time,
don’t you think?
>>>> void QCocoaMenu::insertNative(QCocoaMenuItem *, QCocoaMenuItem *) Menu
>>> item is already in a menu, remove it from the other menu first before
> That one is due to Qt's heuristic guessmatics trying to decide which menu actions are assigned to About, Preferences and other OS X menu items.
I thought so. :)
> I tried to make the error message more useful (print the incriminated menu item/action) but I don't know if that patch made it to my +KDE variant of port:Qt5-mac-devel (yet).
I am not running your qt5-mac-* ports, but mostly only my OSX/CI system.
>>>> - sound doesn’t work
> Did you install Phonon (phonon4qt5), with a backend and all the stuff the backend requires?
Well, I installed the phonon project yes.
>>>> While clicking around more and more of those QCocoaMenu::* warnings
>>> appeared on
>>>> the console.
> Who wrote this, in fact?
Who wrote what?
>>>> I guess this is an OSX issue wrt menu roles, which René was working on
>>> in the
>>>> last while.
> Yes, as I said I think it is. I haven't been able to prove that yet, though (didn't try too hard either). That said, the message is about a menu *item*, not a menu *action* (QAction) that's already associated with a menu. So it could be some other Qt-internal glitch, though I cannot recall seeing it in pure Qt5 apps.
> Does KF5 Konversation have multiple menu entries with names that share a common string and if so, is that a string that could trigger the menu role heuristics?
No clue, but I see that Jeremy just found a couple of very similar “Configure”
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