APR
30
2005

KDE CVS-Digest for April 29, 2005

In this week's KDE CVS-Digest (all in one page):
amaroK and Kexi support KNewStuff for database examples, context themes and amaroK scripts.
amaroK adds support for Helix multimedia backend.
KMail filters now can be applied to messages from IMAP accounts.
KWifiManager implements switch network from GUI feature.

Comments

:-)


By Metamatics at Sat, 2005/04/30 - 5:00am

Always fun to read.

Fun to see kexi and amarok use knewstuff, although we might have to be careful about security since anyone can upload scripts.


By JohnFlux at Sat, 2005/04/30 - 5:00am

Kexi has scripts disabled before 1.0 version, so don't worry. And we're planning to use a sandbox system for better security.


By Jaros³aw Stanie... at Sat, 2005/04/30 - 5:00am

Good to see that the filters in kmail can now be applied on imap folders too.


By Richard Bollinger at Sat, 2005/04/30 - 5:00am

Only two revisions behind schedule. 3.3, then 3.4 and now most likely what, 3.4.1?


By Marc Driftmeyer at Sun, 2005/05/01 - 5:00am

I was thinking 3.5

Kay


By Debian User at Sun, 2005/05/01 - 5:00am

Its no problem to apply filter to dIMAP folders - but stuff like filter incoming mails does not work if these mails are server side filtered by e.g. sieve. I hope the patch helps to solve this bug and will be backported to 3_4_BRANCH :-)

Bye

Thorsten


By Thorsten Schnebeck at Sun, 2005/05/01 - 5:00am

Which bug? Why should messages which have already been moved to the correct folder by the mail server be filtered again? That sounds like a pretty stupid idea, especially if you think of two differently configured email clients which ping-pong some messages between different folders.

For your information: Don's patch only filters new messages in the IMAP account's INBOX, just as with dIMAP.


By Ingo Klöcker at Sun, 2005/05/01 - 5:00am

Because, if a person wants filtering done on their imap mail, they very likely DONT have server side filtering to begin with. The only imapd that properly supports sieve is cyrus, which, in my experience is not all that common....


By Joe Kowalski at Mon, 2005/05/02 - 5:00am

You misunderstood me. If a person doesn't use server side filtering then all his new mail will be in his IMAP account's INBOX and will thus be filtered. That's exactly what you want.


By Ingo Klöcker at Mon, 2005/05/02 - 5:00am

I use it for header rewriting cause this is easy with kmails filter engine.
But I can not apply this rule to new incomming mails into this folder. So I have to select new mails by hand and apply filter manually.
IIRC these rewrited headers are not synced back to the server.

Bye

Thorsten


By Thorsten Schnebeck at Mon, 2005/05/02 - 5:00am

There are two sections: "Development Tools" and "Development tools", of which the latter feels unnecessary. :-)


By Inge Wallin at Sun, 2005/05/01 - 5:00am

...and same for Kde-Base and Kde-base.


By Inge Wallin at Sun, 2005/05/01 - 5:00am

Ugh. Something about doing this at 1:30 am...

Derek


By Derek Kite at Sun, 2005/05/01 - 5:00am

Has anyone started porting to Qt 4 or is that going to wait until Qt4 is final?


By ac at Sun, 2005/05/01 - 5:00am

The KDE 4 branch is not open yet, as far as I know.


By Ian Monroe at Sun, 2005/05/01 - 5:00am

Some information about Qt4 here:
http://www.kdedevelopers.org/node/view/1005


By ac at Sun, 2005/05/01 - 5:00am

This feature (which will hopefully be available in KDE 3.5) will greatly help new users coming from windows feeling more comfortable!


By ac at Sun, 2005/05/01 - 5:00am

Olivier Goffart is coding the protocol part, and I started to send patches for the video capture support. I hope we'll have a working, useful code sooner than expected, at least for Linux (V4L and V4L2 APIs). Some help from BSD people will be very welcome.


By Cláudio Pinheiro at Mon, 2005/05/02 - 5:00am

While I am in the top 10 committers, no work from me is mentionned in the digest (I guess my logs should be longer) so there is a summary of what I did last week. I tested all KDE C++ KDevelop templates and made a doc about them.
http://women.kde.org/articles/tutorials/kdevelop_templates/index.php
In the process, I had fixed the ones that were broken and I updated the screenshots in the project wizard.
I also worked more on the new KHangMan design and used valgrind on KLettres -> fixed a memory leak.


By Anne-Marie Mahfouf at Sun, 2005/05/01 - 5:00am

Hey, thanks annma
the tutorial was quite useful for someone new to kde programming like me
how about adding a link to it on developer.kde.org?

And.. a little OT: i think here
http://developer.kde.org/documentation/misc/whatisscripty.php
someone forgot a (at the end of the page) ;)


By Anonymous at Mon, 2005/05/02 - 5:00am

Just took a quick look at the template doc. Very nice work. Thanks! :)


By teatime at Mon, 2005/05/02 - 5:00am

Could you PLEASE take some action regarding this bug. It's so silly and I think really many users suffer because of this:

http://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=91652


By ph at Mon, 2005/05/02 - 5:00am

"...and I think really many users suffer because of this"

Standard phrase that everyone's using to promote his/her pet bug. Yawn. Posting this in an unrelated article gives bonus points, though.


By Tom at Thu, 2005/05/05 - 5:00am