Cpp veritas actions

M Breugelmans mbr.nxi at gmail.com
Wed May 20 12:41:28 UTC 2009

On Tue, May 19, 2009 at 10:33 PM, David Nolden
<david.nolden.kdevelop at art-master.de> wrote:
> I'm trying to clean up the user interface a bit. I think that by default, the
> user should only see actions that make sense to him, so the user interface is
> not that cluttered.
> I have already removed the "Create QTest" action that showed up in many many
> places, as it is just a very small variation of the "Create Class" action.
> I find all the veritas cpp actions problematic. They show up when right-
> clicking any declaration and some even on files, and personally I honestly
> don't have a clue what an action like "Create Stub" is useful for. I think the
> average user will have the same problem. Just seeing such an action in the
> user interface, without even having a clue that it is related to testing, is
> quite useless. So how can we improve that?
> Also, sadly there seems like there is quite a bit of refactoring/code
> generation code within veritas, that would belong into a more generic C++ code
> generation framework. Some of those actions have probably already been
> superseded by assistants I have created.

Feel free to svn rm those parts that have been/are planned to be
implemented more genericly.


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