Creating bugzilla entries for KDE Applications
Albert Astals Cid
aacid at kde.org
Wed Aug 2 22:18:47 UTC 2017
El dimarts, 1 d’agost de 2017, a les 8:22:04 CEST, Ralf Habacker va escriure:
> Am 31.07.2017 um 00:01 schrieb Albert Astals Cid:
> > El diumenge, 30 de juliol de 2017, a les 12:48:05 CEST, David Faure va
> > escriure:
> >> On samedi 29 juillet 2017 18:15:16 CEST Albert Astals Cid wrote:
> >>> At Akademy Adrián adapted Jonathan's scripts for Plasma to KDE
> >>> Applications.
> >>> https://cgit.kde.org/sysadmin/release-tools.git/tree/add-bugzilla-versio
> >>> ns
> >>> Since KDE Applications are different in regard to Plasma in which not
> >>> all
> >>> applications have the same version, we thought of adding a new cmake
> >>> variable that will define the version created.
> >>> For example the patch for okular would be something like
> >>> https://paste.kde.org/pest4msbu
> >>> The limitation of this is that it can only create one version per repo,
> >>> and
> >>> at this stage it assumes the name of the bugzilla product is the same as
> >>> the repo, though that could be fixed with creating a
> >>> BUGZILLA_APPLICATION_NAME or similar if needed.
> >>> What are your thoughts?
> umbrello for example uses something like 2.22.3 (KDE Applications 17.04.3)
Hmmmm, you're doing it wrong.
You're using 2.22.3 as version (what umbrello -v) reports, but then you're
creating "2.22.3 (KDE Applications 17.04.3)" in bugzilla.
So when i go to Help -> Report error, it fails to find the matching version.
So basically, you either have to make your version really be "2.22.3 (KDE
Applications 17.04.3)", which would mean not using the cmake project()
function since it doesn't accept random strings, or you don't create weird
bugzilla entries, or you still create your weird bugzilla entries outside of
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