monseankate | 21 Apr 03:35 2014
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[Bug 333668] New: HDMI

https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=333668

            Bug ID: 333668
           Summary: HDMI
    Classification: Unclassified
           Product: kde-windows
           Version: unspecified
          Platform: Ubuntu Packages
                OS: Linux
            Status: UNCONFIRMED
          Severity: critical
          Priority: NOR
         Component: general
          Assignee: kde-windows@...
          Reporter: monseankate@...

I connected my computer to my lcd tv with hdmi. I am using kubuntu 13.10 there
were so many problems. Ok here goes when the tv is on and turn on computer the
splash screen size isnt correct its too small.  The hdmi isnt mirroring I can
do 1 screen at a time. Also,
when I startup the computer and click any window it minimizes and wont let you
open it. I unpluged the hdmi and havrnt had any issues with the window
minimizing.

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Nicolás Alvarez | 19 Apr 21:24 2014
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Review Request 117649: gcrypt: Fix VERSION variable in generated gcrypt.h

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Review request for kdewin.
By Nicolás Alvarez.
Repository: emerge

Description

It was generating #define GCRYPT_VERSION ""1.5.3"" (with duplicated quotes), now it's the correct "1.5.3". Note that this patch might not apply cleanly on its own as I made it on top of review #117646; but I can rebase it if requested.

Testing

Builds, MSVC2010. Visually inspected generated gcrypt.h.

Diffs

  • portage/win32libs/gcrypt/libgcrypt-1.5.3-cmake.diff (5f0ad04)

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Nicolás Alvarez | 19 Apr 21:24 2014
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Review Request 117646: Drop support for Windows CE on gcrypt

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Review request for kdewin.
By Nicolás Alvarez.
Repository: emerge

Description

Remove Windows CE compatibility code from the gcrypt patches and CMake build system. We don't really support Windows CE anymore (that was for an old kdepim-on-CE project that is long over and dead), and removing the compat code simplifies the patches and makes them more maintainable.

Testing

Still builds, MSVC2010 32-bit.

Diffs

  • portage/win32libs/gcrypt/libgcrypt-1.5.3-cmake.diff (5f0ad04)
  • portage/win32libs/gcrypt/libgcrypt-1.5.0-20110831.diff (35bbd39)

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Nicolás Alvarez | 19 Apr 18:37 2014
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Dropping support for Windows CE

Many packages in emerge have patches to build on Windows CE. It seems
this was motivated by an old attempt to port kdepim to WinCE.

Is there any reason to keep supporting Windows CE? Should we remove
patches for WinCE support? I'm trying to simplify, split and document
the patches we have, and removing patches we don't need is part of
that...

Has anyone even tried building for WinCE recently? Maybe it's already
broken and nobody cared...

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Aleix Pol | 14 Apr 19:16 2014
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KDE Runtime splitting

Hi,
I would like to remind you that kde-runtime/platforms/win has been split into the KWindowsAddons [1] repostory.

Happy Hacking 5! :)
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Ariel Gabizon | 9 Apr 10:42 2014
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question about kde on windows- not sure this is the right address

Hi,
 Just installed kde on windows.
Works well, have this one problem that everything is aligned right to left,
rather than left to right, e.g., the top menu bars are aligned to the
right rather than left.

Thanks,
  Ariel
dasaan.san | 5 Apr 14:21 2014
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[Bug 333090] New: compilation of qt fails with: Error: dependent 'c:\Program\' does not exist.

https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=333090

            Bug ID: 333090
           Summary: compilation of qt fails with: Error: dependent
                    'c:\Program\' does not exist.
    Classification: Unclassified
           Product: kde-windows
           Version: unspecified
          Platform: MS Windows
                OS: MS Windows
            Status: UNCONFIRMED
          Severity: major
          Priority: NOR
         Component: buildsystem
          Assignee: kde-windows@...
          Reporter: dasaan.san@...

whilst trying to emerge kdelibs I get the following output:
Error: dependent 'c:\Program\' does not exist.

Reproducible: Always

Steps to Reproduce:
0. fresh %KDEROOT% with only etc/kdesettings.bat and a newly cloned emerge
(master branch)
1. emerge kdelibs

Actual Results:  
Qt is now configured for building. Just run mingw32-make.
To reconfigure, run mingw32-make confclean and configure.

entering: c:\kderoot\build\libs\qt-all\work\mingw4-RelWithDebInfo-4.8.5

jom 1.0.13 - empower your cores

        cd src\tools\bootstrap\ && c:\kderoot\dev-utils\bin\jom.exe -f Makefile
        c:\kderoot\dev-utils\bin\jom.exe -f Makefile.Release
Error: dependent 'c:\Program\' does not exist.
jom:
C:\KDERoot\build\libs\qt-all\work\mingw4-RelWithDebInfo-4.8.5\src\tools\bootstrap\Makefile
[release] Error 2
jom: C:\kderoot\build\libs\qt-all\work\mingw4-RelWithDebInfo-4.8.5\Makefile
[sub-tools-bootstrap-make_default-ordered] Error 2
emerge fatal error: while running make cmd: c:\kderoot\dev-utils\bin\jom.exe
emerge fatal error: running python c:\kderoot\emerge\portage\libs\qt\qt-all.py
compile
emerge debug: Task: Emerge stopped after: 0:47:19.903000

Expected Results:  
kdelibs should compile to completion

using emerge from the master branch
using python 3.2
using mingw (installed during the emerge process)

Looking at:
C:\KDERoot\build\libs\qt-all\work\mingw4-RelWithDebInfo-4.8.5\src\tools\bootstrap\Makefile
line 220

you can see:
c:/Program\ Files\ (x86)/Microsoft\ Visual\ Studio/VC98/include/stddef.h

It would appear that jom is not honouring the escapes for the spaces.
It also makes me wonder why the VS includes are being looked for seeing as I've
specified that mingw be used to do the compiling.

I tested the jom theory by encapsulating the above path in "" jom then
complained:
Error: dependent 'c:\Program\ Files\ (x86)\Microsoft\ Visual\
Studio\VC98\include\stddef.h' does not exist.

removing the escapes from the encapsulated path caused jom to revert to the
original compilation error

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Aleix Pol | 3 Apr 03:50 2014
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Re: The future of KDE Development on Windows

Hi,
To be honest, I didn't expect people to use the occasion for ranting. We all know it's been hard to do multiplatform development on kdelibs 4, that's for granted. That's why some of us went through kdelibs and made it become the KDE Frameworks 5. It's been a massive project, and we've done it for cases like KDE Windows.

I think we should take this occasion to take a step back and re-consider the project. Let's figure out how we want things to work, what we liked from what we used to have and what we didn't.

Some questions pop in my head:
- We want KDE on Windows to keep being a distribution? Should it be a development platform or a site to download installers?
- Do we want to focus on applications?
- What's the Plasma role in KDE Windows?
- What frameworks to we want supported on Windows? [1]
- How has Windows changed since 4.0 release?

I think there's a huge space for discussion there and now it's the moment when it should take place, so that we can plan the bigger picture by taking Windows into account.

Aleix

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Aleix Pol | 1 Apr 16:06 2014
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KDE Development on Windows

Hi!
As you hopefully saw on the planet, we're trying to get together the different KDE initiatives and projects to foresee what KDE software will look like once we've adopted Qt5 and KF5 [1].

I would like to use this e-mail as an invitation to gather what's the thoughts on the initiative from the KDE Windows, as well as what are the plans and changes planned by KDE Windows (if any) for further KDE software on Windows releases.

Looking forward to your thoughts! :)
Aleix

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Sebastian Gottfried | 31 Mar 17:44 2014
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[ktouch] [Bug 321579] KTouch on Windows has poor typography in practice view

https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=321579

Sebastian Gottfried <sebastiangottfried@...> changed:

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--- Comment #9 from Sebastian Gottfried <sebastiangottfried@...> ---
*** Bug 330519 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***

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Sebastian Gottfried | 31 Mar 17:44 2014
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[ktouch] [Bug 330519] font size is way too small

https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=330519

Sebastian Gottfried <sebastiangottfried@...> changed:

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             Status|UNCONFIRMED                 |RESOLVED
                 CC|                            |sebastiangottfried@...
         Resolution|---                         |DUPLICATE

--- Comment #4 from Sebastian Gottfried <sebastiangottfried@...> ---

*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 321579 ***

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