some untranslatable strings in KDevelop 4.2 and question about running local kdevelop instance
gstengel at gmx.net
Wed Feb 16 18:41:29 UTC 2011
I guess I'd need an account or something to be able to check something in?
If so, what do I have to do to get one? I'd like to contribute to kdevelop in the future, but would appreciate if you
could commit those two fixes for me this time ;-)
As for the installation issue, I followed the instructions on
with one exception: I didn't uninstall the 4.2 version which I installed from an rpm into the system.
My intention was to run the local git kdevelop from within the "stable" 4.2 release, but I guess this may not be
Am Mittwoch, 16. Februar 2011, 12:04:13 schrieb Milian Wolff:
> On 02/15/11 21:42, Gerhard Stengel wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I've been hunting some untranslatable strings in kdevelop.
> > 1.) "Base class" and "Derived class" in the class browser. The i18n calls are missing, fix see attached patch.
> Please go ahead and commit this. Or should I do it?
> > 2.) In kdevplatform/documentation the Messages.sh skript is missing, so no .pot file is created for this folder.
> > script see second attachment.
> Rather we need to add that folder to the Messages.sh in the main dir,
> see subdirs="..." var in there. Will you do that or should I commit it
> for you?
> > Here's maybe a silly question since I'm quite new to compiling kdevelop myself and run it from my home diretory.
> > I followed the instrunctions in the wiki about a local installation, but most plugins fail to load with error
> > like this:
> > kdevelop(24716)/kdevplatform (shell) KDevelop::PluginController::loadPluginInternal: Can't load plugin '
> > "KDevCMakeBuilder" ' some of its required dependencies could not be fulfilled:
> > "org.kdevelop.IOutputView".
> > The output of ldd indicates that all kdevplatform libs are taken from my home directory.
> > Does the 4.2/1.2 branch need some more dependencies? I'm running KDE 4.6. Any idea what's wrong here?
> this should say it all:
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