lukast.dev at gmail.com
Tue Jun 28 20:30:44 CEST 2011
> If you absolutely want the backward compatibility you need to take care
> of this
> by yourself :D.
I don't need to take care of that :) If you introduce new feature
and kill some, partially broken feature, you are responsible
for the legacy support.
> Alternatively I would suggest in the 2.4 release we let the users know
> that the smudge brush is deprecated and will be removed in the next release.
> Then they have time for a whole release cycle to convert their presets.
I support this alternative ;-) Nice solution with less effort.
> It's compilable. The whole calligra suite is so huge thats a real pain
> to do a fresh compile. Even with a fast computer and just krita enabled
> it takes painfully long. I think we should reduce where we can and don't
> a lot of dead corpses along our way :D.
Chalk is not dead corpse unless you fix it after API change ;)
For me it's some guard of simple brush that always works.
> Thats why I would like to remove at least the stuff thats not in use.
> I mean it's just my opinion. I won't start to cry if we keep it :D
I would. Please, leave my chalk there. I would not cry
if more people would complain.
> Thats not a bug. The filter and the deform brush don't work with
> blending modes
Deform does, I don't know about filter.
> so this option gets disabled. But the experiment brush would work with other
> modes except "normal" I guess. You only have to add the KisCompositeOpOption
> in the settings widget. Or I can do it, if you want :).
Please, would you do that?
I think it would be nice rule:
I introduced API change => I have to fix all the dependant code.
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