Tellico 3.4 released

Derek Tombrello RebelTaz at
Tue Mar 16 02:43:31 GMT 2021

Hi... sorry to bother you every new release :) but I tried running make 
on the new version (I did download the one you just emailed about) under 
Ubuntu 18.04, but I got this at the end:

> /home/derek/downloads/tellico-3.4/src/fieldformat.cpp: In static 
> member function ‘static QString 
> Tellico::FieldFormat::matchValueRegularExpression(const QString&)’:
> /home/derek/downloads/tellico-3.4/src/fieldformat.cpp:69:66: error: 
> ‘class QString’ has no member named ‘front’
>                                  + FieldFormat::delimiterString().front()
>                                                                   ^~~~~
> /home/derek/downloads/tellico-3.4/src/fieldformat.cpp:70:72: error: 
> ‘class QString’ has no member named ‘front’
>                                  + 
> FieldFormat::columnDelimiterString().front()
> ^~~~~
> /home/derek/downloads/tellico-3.4/src/fieldformat.cpp:71:69: error: 
> ‘class QString’ has no member named ‘front’
>                                  + 
> FieldFormat::rowDelimiterString().front()
> ^~~~~
> src/CMakeFiles/tellico.dir/build.make:710: recipe for target 
> 'src/CMakeFiles/tellico.dir/fieldformat.cpp.o' failed
> make[2]: *** [src/CMakeFiles/tellico.dir/fieldformat.cpp.o] Error 1
> CMakeFiles/Makefile2:681: recipe for target 
> 'src/CMakeFiles/tellico.dir/all' failed
> make[1]: *** [src/CMakeFiles/tellico.dir/all] Error 2
> Makefile:140: recipe for target 'all' failed
> make: *** [all] Error 2

I don't know what that means....

✞ Derek Tombrello (KM4JAG)

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On 3/14/21 8:08 PM, Robby Stephenson wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> I've finally pulled things together to release Tellico 3.4 with 
> several new features, updated data sources, bug fixes and build changes.
> (Some additional 
> screenshots)
> New Features:
> * New data sources for UPCitemdb, TVmaze, and Numista were added.
> * Colnect can now be searched for stamp results.
> * The Group View can now be sorted by fields other than the title.
> * The MultiFetcher data source was improved to “daisy-chain” results 
> from multiple sources, merging them together. For example, a UPC 
> search with UPCitemdb could be connected such that the result has 
> additional information from TMDb.
> * Entries can now be filtered using minimum or maximum image size.
> * Importing from the Collectorz software family was added.
> * Graphical chart reports were added (requires compiling with QtCharts).
> Fixes
> * The default toolbar layout for adding new entries to the collection 
> was finally changed.
> * Data sources for Douban, Discogs, MusicBrainz, IGDB, OMDb, 
> TheGamesDB, and TMDb were updated.
> * Overall, the entry updating and merging was also improved to both 
> make a better search request as well as match existing results more 
> efficiently.
> * Batch searching was added for ISBNdb.
> * Barcode searching and updating was added to DVDfr, Discogs and 
> MusicBrainz.
> * The AnimeNFO data source was removed.
> * PlayStation5 and Xbox Series X were added to the list of default 
> game platforms.
> * The entry and report templates were improved for mobile layouts.
> * A crashing bug on Windows was fixed (Bug 422468).
> * The “Filter by Group” command was again improved to better match 
> table fields.
> * Tellico will now build against QtWebEngine instead of KHTML, if 
> available, since KHTML is deprecated.
> * Bibtex parsing with the included btparse library is now a 
> compile-time option, which allows Tellico to build with MSVC.
> Many other updates were done to prepare Tellico for the eventual shift 
> to Qt6 and KDE Frameworks 6, moving away from deprecated classes and 
> methods. I've tested the build dependencies in several different 
> combinations, so I expect them to work pretty well, but please let me 
> know if someone shows up weird.
> There were some additional improvements in image loading which should 
> speed things up. As always, *please backup your data file* 
> periodically and especially when moving to a new version like this. 
> The easiest method is to export the collection as a Zip file.
> Robby
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