Commit Hook | 1 Aug 11:19 2012
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Re: Review Request: Make the Nepomuk runner forward all the nie:urls

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This review has been submitted with commit 377db51e4ccf74dd0055f40bbb055f31ec49916e by Vishesh Handa to branch master.

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On July 26th, 2012, 5:25 p.m., Vishesh Handa wrote:

Review request for Nepomuk, Plasma, Release Team, and Sebastian Trueg.
By Vishesh Handa.

Updated July 26, 2012, 5:25 p.m.

Description

Not just the ones that are local files. This fixes opening of emails, and other akonadi resources directly from the runner. <at> Release Team: It would be nice to have in 4.9 :)

Testing

Yup. Emails open up with KMail.
Bugs: 287470

Diffs

  • plasma/generic/runners/nepomuksearch/nepomuksearchrunner.cpp (0ea308d)

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Re: Review Request: Make the Nepomuk runner forward all the nie:urls

This is an automatically generated e-mail. To reply, visit: http://git.reviewboard.kde.org/r/105738/

This review has been submitted with commit edd4ee05f50eb84d6ed3eb87696fb9350d2b6b37 by Vishesh Handa to branch KDE/4.9.

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On July 26th, 2012, 5:25 p.m., Vishesh Handa wrote:

Review request for Nepomuk, Plasma, Release Team, and Sebastian Trueg.
By Vishesh Handa.

Updated July 26, 2012, 5:25 p.m.

Description

Not just the ones that are local files. This fixes opening of emails, and other akonadi resources directly from the runner. <at> Release Team: It would be nice to have in 4.9 :)

Testing

Yup. Emails open up with KMail.
Bugs: 287470

Diffs

  • plasma/generic/runners/nepomuksearch/nepomuksearchrunner.cpp (0ea308d)

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Scott Kitterman | 1 Aug 15:13 2012

Re: KDE 4.8.5 tarballs available

On Tuesday, July 31, 2012 08:21:11 PM Albert Astals Cid wrote:
> Spoke with Vishesh, we found out this was part of the KDE/4.8 vs KDE/4.8.x
> vs  master vs KDE/4.9 issue in kdelibs and the commit[s] requiring that has
> been reverted.
> 
> Dirk, please respin the kdelibs tarballs for 4.8.5

Rather than build everything twice, I decided to wait for the new kdelibs 
tarball.  Once that's up, I'll rebuild everything against that and report back 
if I see issues or not.

Scott K
Dirk Müller | 2 Aug 11:00 2012

Re: KDE 4.8.5 tarballs available

On Wednesday 01 August 2012, Scott Kitterman wrote:
> Rather than build everything twice, I decided to wait for the new kdelibs
> tarball.  Once that's up, I'll rebuild everything against that and report
> back if I see issues or not.

Hi, 

thanks for the patience, here is the new tarball: 

d82620cf9c7996f687eb4cf11b90259d  kdelibs-4.8.5.tar.xz

I seem to have problems iwth kde-l10n, so I need to respin that one as well I 
believe. 

Thanks,
Dirk
Scott Kitterman | 2 Aug 20:53 2012

Re: KDE 4.8.5 tarballs available

On Thursday, August 02, 2012 11:00:39 AM Dirk Müller wrote:
> On Wednesday 01 August 2012, Scott Kitterman wrote:
> > Rather than build everything twice, I decided to wait for the new kdelibs
> > tarball.  Once that's up, I'll rebuild everything against that and report
> > back if I see issues or not.
> 
> Hi,
> 
> thanks for the patience, here is the new tarball:
> 
> d82620cf9c7996f687eb4cf11b90259d  kdelibs-4.8.5.tar.xz
> 
> I seem to have problems iwth kde-l10n, so I need to respin that one as well
> I believe.

kdepim-runtime has an issue as well:

--- kdepim-runtime-4.8.5.orig/agents/CMakeLists.txt
+++ kdepim-runtime-4.8.5/agents/CMakeLists.txt
 <at>  <at>  -18,7 +18,7  <at>  <at>  endif( STRIGI_FOUND AND AKONADI_USE_STRI

 if(NOT WINCE)
 add_subdirectory( invitations )
-#add_subdirectory( calendarsearch )
+add_subdirectory( calendarsearch )

 if( NOT KDEPIM_NO_NEPOMUK AND Nepomuk_FOUND AND STRIGI_FOUND )
     include_directories( ${CMAKE_CURRENT_BINARY_DIR}/ontologies ontologies 
${SOPRANO_INCLUDE_DIR} ${STRIGI_INCLUDE_DIR} )

Thanks to Rex Dieter for pointing me at the fix.  I think this warrants a 
respin as well.

Scott K
Albert Astals Cid | 3 Aug 00:55 2012
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wrong 4.9.1 date?

http://techbase.kde.org/Schedules/KDE4/4.9_Release_Schedule

Why two months between 4.9.0 and 4.9.1?

Cheers,
  Albert
Scott Kitterman | 3 Aug 09:02 2012

Re: KDE 4.8.5 tarballs available

On Thursday, August 02, 2012 02:53:01 PM Scott Kitterman wrote:
> On Thursday, August 02, 2012 11:00:39 AM Dirk Müller wrote:
> > On Wednesday 01 August 2012, Scott Kitterman wrote:
> > > Rather than build everything twice, I decided to wait for the new
> > > kdelibs
> > > tarball.  Once that's up, I'll rebuild everything against that and
> > > report
> > > back if I see issues or not.
> > 
> > Hi,
> > 
> > thanks for the patience, here is the new tarball:
> > 
> > d82620cf9c7996f687eb4cf11b90259d  kdelibs-4.8.5.tar.xz
> > 
> > I seem to have problems iwth kde-l10n, so I need to respin that one as
> > well
> > I believe.
> 
> kdepim-runtime has an issue as well:

...

I got through the rest of the packages without issue, so I think it's just 
kdepim-runtime and l10n that need updating and we're ~ready.

Scott K
Roger Pixley | 4 Aug 01:47 2012
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KDE Announcement pages.

<!-- .hmmessage P { margin:0px; padding:0px } body.hmmessage { font-size: 10pt; font-family:Tahoma } -->
The 3 detailed pages for the KDE 4.9 announcement for the platform, applications and workspace (http://kde.org/announcements/4.9/platform.php, http://kde.org/announcements/4.9/applications.php, http://kde.org/announcements/4.9/plasma.php) have a section talking about Packages. The line "Some of these binary packages are available for free download from KDE's http://download.kde.org" 

The link to http://downoad.kde.org links to http://download.kde.org/binarydownload.html?url=/stable/4.9.0/ which 404s. This basic link and line has been in all the announcements back to KDE 4.5 so it seems that it's a copy and paste error. However in discussions download.kde.org doesn't host any binaries at all so I was just asking where the link came from and if it was intended to point to another page such as http://kde.org/info/4.9.0.php .

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Ralf Jung | 3 Aug 18:56 2012
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Git tags for KDE releases

Hi list,

is there a way to find out which releases of KDE software match which git 
commits? I prefer building stable KDE from git over building from a tarball, 
because that makes the downloads much smaller and it makes it easier to keep 
local patches around, or easily test a patch for the stable branch.

However, for kdepim 4.8.4 I had to find out the hard way that the v4.8.4 tag 
does not compile and the tarball was re-created from some other commit (I 
couldn't find out which, so I switched to using origin/KDE/4.8 instead... 
which of course means that my specific combination of commits is not what 
everyone tests and uses).

In some other cases, there is no git tag at all for a release: After finding 
out that for KDE 4.8, Soprano 2.7 should be used, I wanted to compile Soprano 
2.7.6 - but there is no "v2.7.6" tag in git (nor "v2.6.5", for that matter). 
For now I'm sticking to 85408e3d (which is the current origin/2.7) and hope 
that this is close to what was released, but that's not really a good 
solution.

Kind regards,
Ralf
Albert Astals Cid | 5 Aug 17:46 2012
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Re: Git tags for KDE releases

El Divendres, 3 d'agost de 2012, a les 18:56:33, Ralf Jung va escriure:
> Hi list,
> 
> is there a way to find out which releases of KDE software match which git
> commits? I prefer building stable KDE from git over building from a tarball,
> because that makes the downloads much smaller and it makes it easier to
> keep local patches around, or easily test a patch for the stable branch.
> 
> However, for kdepim 4.8.4 I had to find out the hard way that the v4.8.4 tag
> does not compile and the tarball was re-created from some other commit (I
> couldn't find out which, so I switched to using origin/KDE/4.8 instead...
> which of course means that my specific combination of commits is not what
> everyone tests and uses).

The tags should match what was released, at least it has been this way for all 
the 4.9.x alpha/beta/final releases me and Torgny have been doing, not sure if 
Dirk has been following this for the previous releases.

> 
> In some other cases, there is no git tag at all for a release: After finding
> out that for KDE 4.8, Soprano 2.7 should be used, I wanted to compile
> Soprano 2.7.6 - but there is no "v2.7.6" tag in git (nor "v2.6.5", for that
> matter). For now I'm sticking to 85408e3d (which is the current origin/2.7)
> and hope that this is close to what was released, but that's not really a
> good solution.

We (as in the release-team) do not Soprano releases. You might want to ask 
Sebastian Trüg

Cheers,
  Albert

> 
> Kind regards,
> Ralf
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