[umbrello-devel] [umbrello] [Bug 358655] Umbrello does not import private class
Ken Standard via KDE Bugzilla
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Sat Jan 30 13:17:08 UTC 2016
--- Comment #16 from Ken Standard <ad5xj at arrl.net> ---
I am kind of taken back by some of your comments.
Why would you need a test case for valid, commonly used, generic GNU C++
syntax? It seems unnecessary, redundant, and easily recreated.
I see that umbrello is not as Qt aware as I had first believed. Also strange,
since KDevelop, Qt SDK Framework, and even Mono use project descriptor files.
This should not have been a surprise.
My notes on the comment 8 post here was not, as you describe, "irritation",
rather fascination that such a simplistic approach is taken to what should be
intuitive. And, yes, a more descriptive choice would have been clearer.
I think there is also still a question for projects where headers are in
separate folders from source code and where headers and code may be grouped in
folders rather than in a flat directory structure with all files together.
Maybe a "recursive" option on the file selection?
Yes, the import wizard is definitely broken. I discovered the workaround you
describe just after my bug post. Maybe now we can change the status from
"unconfirmed" to "confirmed" "working" or something?
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