[Development] Qt Quick Controls Calendar
mitch.curtis at digia.com
Thu Feb 13 15:42:29 UTC 2014
On 02/12/2014 05:05 PM, Mark Gaiser wrote:
> On Wed, Feb 12, 2014 at 2:12 PM, Mitch Curtis <mitch.curtis at digia.com> wrote:
>> On 01/17/2014 05:34 PM, Mitch Curtis wrote:
>>> On 12/06/2013 02:02 PM, Mitch Curtis wrote:
>>>> At the beginning of this year I started work on a Calendar for Qt Quick
>>>> Controls as a sort of side project. After removing the "WIP" from the
>>>> commit message, I got some feedback from developers who either a) had
>>>> also wrote a Calendar for KDE stuff or b) suggested I ask for feedback
>>>> from plasma-devel. Rather than add to the already massive list of patch
>>>> sets for that change, I thought it would be better to truly open up the
>>>> Calendar for contributions before it goes in by creating a WIP branch
>>>> for it in the Qt Quick Controls repo :
>>>> It'll be a throwaway branch, so every commit must be atomic and follow
>>>> all of the normal Qt commit policies . At the end, we'll resubmit
>>>> every individual change to qtquickcontrols' dev branch.
>>>> Please feel free to submit patches or provide feedback on what's already
>>>> there. For example, it has already been suggested that there should be a
>>>> C++ backend for the models, dates, etc.
>>>>  http://qt-project.org/wiki/Branch-Guidelines
>>>>  http://qt-project.org/wiki/Commit_Policy
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>>>> Development at qt-project.org
>>> For the Plasma folk that are interested - an example that demonstrates
>>> events (which are stored in an SQL database) integrated into the
>>> Calendar: https://codereview.qt-project.org/#change,75883
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>> We've changed a direction a bit and have instead squashed the WIP branch
>> changes into one change, as the history was not really that useful and
>> it makes it easier to review. The final change is:
>> Styling improvements will come afterwards, but hopefully before 5.3. :)
> Hi Mitch,
> I just went over all the code (just skimming over it) and i really
> like the approach you've chosen :)
> A real good cool job on your side!
> Too bad i couldn't provide any help during the development of this.
> But i will gracefully use your creation when trying to hook in the
> Akonadi calendar events once Qt 5.3 is out.
Heh, yeah. There was actually only one contribution (David's Desktop
style patch) during the entire time the WIP branch was created, if I
> Thanks again!
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