That branch is dead. I thought initially there might be more divergence.
The last push was stop git from complaining every time I push. The
dependencies at this stage could be easy backed down a little if there's
demand for it. Based on your feed back it doesn't seem like that's the
case. I had the feeling this was likely the case give how long cmake 3.1
and qt 5.6 have been out.
On Mon, Feb 19, 2018 at 9:03 PM, Luigi Toscano <luigi.tosc...@tiscali.it>
> Michael Reeves ha scritto:
> > Just got the code moved to KDE playground. The code builds under kf5/qt 5
> > without kde4support. Contextual menu plug-in for dolphin functions as
> > expected. Code base has been fully ported but not all features have been
> > tested after conversions.
> I mentioned this as comment in a commit, but is it there any special
> reason to
> keep the origin/1.x branch? The main difference is a bump of requirement in
> master, and it can be easily satisfied by most distributions around.