< KDE PIM | Meetings Revision as of 15:22, 2 April 2016 (view source)Cmollekopf (talk | contribs)← Older edit Revision as of 16:15, 2 April 2016 (view source) Vkrause (talk | contribs) Newer edit → Line 43: Line 43: Existing users: Existing users: −* incidence editor time zone combo box+* incidence editor time zone combo box -> reduced dependency to name-based lookup for a string provided by UI +* ical Akonadi serializer, used as a timezone cache for system timezones -> move inside KCalCore to hide from API === C++11 usage === === C++11 usage === Revision as of 16:15, 2 April 2016 Contents 1 Attendees 2 Notes 2.1 libkleo dependencies / libkleo/qgpgme future 2.2 ICal TimeZones 2.3 C++11 usage 2.3.1 auto 2.3.2 libraries 2.3.3 application 2.4 QML representation for mails in Kube 2.5 mimtetreeparser dependencies 2.6 Bumping so version number Attendees Laurent K´evin Franck Dan Andre John Sandro Christian Volker Notes libkleo dependencies / libkleo/qgpgme future Andre/Christian/Sandro Andre already started dropping dependencies and made some optional, so the situations is much better, than it was evelulated for kube. Currently libkleo is used in kleopatra, mimetreeparser and messagecomposer. libkleo is currenty a bundly of things: jobs around gpgme++ - will move lower the stack to qgpgme widegt for selected keys, showingWarnings... different backend support chiasmus/gnupg - chiasmus support will very likly to be dropped from libkleo For mimetreeparser the moving of jobs to lower stack is enough move the dependency to qgpgme. Without chiasmus the whole idea of libkleo is getting away, so maybe get rid of it completly? open question is where to move widgets that are used from messagecomposer and kleopatra Additionally qgpgme will get support for a higher Qt API to request f.ex a more user orintated API instead of a API around what gnupg exposes a key for a keyid (from verification/ decryption result) add more advanded errors/warnings ("missing secrect key" instead of "decryption failed") ICal TimeZones Plan: drop KCalCore::IcalTimeZone* classes just provide a list of available additional time zones known to KCalCore Existing users: incidence editor time zone combo box -> reduced dependency to name-based lookup for a string provided by UI ical Akonadi serializer, used as a timezone cache for system timezones -> move inside KCalCore to hide from API C++11 usage auto Two views on this: always-auto fans and people concerned about readability of code. Therefore we start with the following compromise: Use auto primarily to avoid duplicated type information (ie. when the type is already written on the right hand side), or when the type is "generally known" and inconvenient to write (e.g. iterators). libraries Follow KF5 guidelines. application GCC 4.8 and MSVC2015 which is basically the complete C++11 language feature set (but not the library feature set). QML representation for mails in Kube Christian/Sandro To get rid of rendering the whole email to html and implement the handling inside html (like requestion decrpytion, handling attachments). We want to do thing handling inside QML and only show the actually mail content inside a QWebView. mimtetreeparser dependencies move attachmenttemporaryfilesdirs to mimetreeparser nodehelper should no longer be necessary (we should be able to iterate over the parts ourselves) quoteHtmlChars is not necessary if we move the html generation out of mimetreeparser move html messagepart to messageviewer and thus remove "to plaintext" functionality from mimetreeparser Bumping so version number Some distributions complained that we broke ABI without bumping so version numbers. some devs see it as an inconvenience to selectively bump so version numbers, because it's no longer obvious what is the latest set. it is also precieved as standard to have the so version synchronized to the library version. We will either bump all so versions collectively with every release (since most change currently anyways), or only bump the ones that actually changed (since most won't change eventually). Of course everything that goes to frameworks follows frameworks policy anyways. Sandro will evaluate the siutation in kdepim again, how in flux we actually are, and discuss the problems that distributions actually have again, and then suggest a solution. Retrieved from "https://community.kde.org/index.php?title=KDE_PIM/Meetings/Toulouse2016&oldid=59730" Content is available under Creative Commons License SA 4.0 unless otherwise noted.