GSoC reminder: Please tell us about your project

Laszlo Kis-Adam dfighter1985 at
Sat Jun 6 15:26:21 UTC 2015

Hi there!
I've not submitted one that's why you haven't seen it.
Frankly I didn't see a point, since my the GUI change depended on a not 
so reusable infrastructure, so it wouldn't have made much sense to merge 
those changes.
Since then I've been working on refactoring and making it all reusable.
I've created a new Problem class (it will eventually totally replace the 
"old" Problem class) that is totally independent of DUChain, and now 
that's the problem used by ProblemModel.
I've also broken up ProblemModel to two parts, ProblemModel and 
ProblemReporterModel. [1]
ProblemModel provides the storage for problems and the interface, 
ProblemReporterModel is derived from ProblemModel and implements the 
logic that used to be the old Problem Reporter Plugin (So it retrieves 
the background parser, etc problems).
However ProblemReporterModel still gets the problems from DUChain. So 
the next step will be changing that.
Also I've created a plugin just for testing the new infrastructure. [2]

Please note that as per the schedule I'm still not working full-time 
since I have exams till' the end of June (had the first one today actually).
So there's nothing to worry about, I am working as per the schedule of 
my proposal, and I expect to be done with refactoring, cleaning, etc. by 
the midterm evaluation.
Then it will make sense to merge in the changes, since by then it will 
be a nice reusable framework! :)

Laszlo Kis-Adam


On 6/6/2015 15:55, Aleix Pol wrote:
> Hey,
> It's been some days and I haven't seen the Review Request yet... How's it going?
> Aleix
> On Mon, Jun 1, 2015 at 2:26 AM, Laszlo Kis-Adam <dfighter1985 at> wrote:
>> Sure, but then the posts wouldn't be numbered status report posts, but
>> feature announcements instead.
>> On 6/1/2015 00:07, Aleix Pol wrote:
>>> On Sun, May 31, 2015 at 3:15 PM, Laszlo Kis-Adam <dfighter1985 at>
>>> wrote:
>>>> Hi there!
>>>> Here's my blog post about what I've been and what I am currently doing
>>>> (altough in a format that's less technical, and more appropriate for
>>>> planetKDE):
>>>> Should I keep you all up to date in the form of blog posts or simple
>>>> messages?
>>>> I ask this because I originally wanted to post on my blog when
>>>> something's
>>>> implemented (framework, updated tools, new tools), to not spam my blog
>>>> with
>>>> status reports.
>>>> Cheers,
>>>> Laszlo Kis-Adam
>>> It's fine to blog only when you've done something, but then given that
>>> you'll be working on KDevelop on a full-time basis, that will be quite
>>> often anyway.
>>> Aleix
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