Re: [Development] Missing ARM, MIPS, other mkspecs in qt5

2011-12-02 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Tuesday, November 29, 2011 11:31:08 PM ext Thiago Macieira wrote: On Wednesday, 30 de November de 2011 15.47.00, Rohan McGovern wrote: Hello, In Qt5, we no longer appear to have any mkspecs for cross-compiling for ARM or MIPS. They were tied up with qws, so they were removed when

Re: [Development] Serious ABI issue discovered in -reduce-relocations

2012-01-13 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Friday, January 13, 2012 12:33:46 PM ext Thiago Macieira wrote: Hello We've got a problem with -reduce-relocations. tl;dr: it's a broken concept and we either add a permanent workaround or we stop using it. The permanent workaround is to compile all executables in PIC/PIE mode. I think

Re: [Development] What's the story for Qt5 on Harmattan?

2012-01-16 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Thursday, January 12, 2012 06:50:58 AM ext xizhi@nokia.com wrote: Hi, Practically, since Qt Project has no plan to support Qt5 in Harmattan, I believe the Harmattan-specific code sits in its own clone repository (same as for QtonPi [1] and ), right? [1]

Re: [Development] QTextFragment visibility option

2012-01-17 Thread Simon Hausmann
Hi Pierre, On Monday, January 16, 2012 10:57:28 AM ext Pierre Stirnweiss wrote: Hello everybody, As it is my first post in that list, a bit of presentation is due: my name is Pierre Stirnweiss, and I am part of the Calligra (www.calligra.org) team. I initially started coding in KOffice

Re: [Development] What's the story for Qt5 on Harmattan?

2012-01-18 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Wednesday, January 18, 2012 01:41:57 PM ext alex.blas...@nokia.com wrote: -Original Message- From: development-bounces+alex.blasche=nokia@qt-project.org On Thursday, January 12, 2012 06:50:58 AM ext xizhi@nokia.com wrote: Hi, Practically, since Qt Project has

Re: [Development] Moving .ico image format support out of qtbase?

2012-02-02 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Wednesday, February 01, 2012 07:37:27 AM ext Kent Hansen wrote: Hi, The .ico plugin was originally a Qt Solution, but in Qt 4.4 it was made part of Qt because QtWebKit needed it. Does QtWebKit still need it? Does anyone else need it? In any case, would it be OK to move it to the new

Re: [Development] Nominating Girish Ramakrishnan for Approver status

2012-03-06 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Tuesday, March 06, 2012 09:06:35 AM ext lars.kn...@nokia.com wrote: Hi, I'd like to nominate Girish for Approver status. He's been around Qt for a pretty long time, working for Trolltech a couple of years ago, then having his own consultancy company doing Qt related work and he's now back

Re: [Development] Breaking up QtPlatformSupport

2012-03-12 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Monday, March 12, 2012 02:56:02 PM ext Thiago Macieira wrote: On segunda-feira, 12 de março de 2012 11.50.17, morten.sor...@nokia.com wrote: On Mar 12, 2012, at 11:24 AM, ext Thiago Macieira wrote: Anyway, either way this library will be gone. The most likely solution is that we

Re: [Development] [webkit-qt] qtwebkit changes to qt/4.8

2012-04-02 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Sunday, April 01, 2012 02:37:35 PM ext Kenneth Rohde Christiansen wrote: Hi there, We still are going to ship Qt WebKit1 API as part of the Qt5 module QtWebKitWidgets (I am not sure the name is final though) so it is a good idea to upstream I would say. Even things which are related to

[Development] Nominating Peter Varga for approver status

2012-05-23 Thread Simon Hausmann
Hi, I would like to nominate Peter for approver status. As part of the team in the University of Szeged he has completed the past few rebases of V8 in the qtjsbackend module, a task that is anything but easy, with a fast moving upstream and a very complex patch set on our side. Based on his

Re: [Development] (Harmattan) Qt Quick Components Qt 5

2012-05-31 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Thursday, May 31, 2012 09:04:59 AM ext Alberto Mardegan wrote: On 05/30/2012 09:28 PM, Quim Gil wrote: Question: do you believe there is a value in promoting an effort to port those components here and now? Yes! While not perfect, these components are working generally well and having

Re: [Development] (Harmattan) Qt Quick Components Qt 5

2012-05-31 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Thursday, May 31, 2012 11:47:23 AM ext Laszlo Papp wrote: Please re-use the existing port of Qt Quick Components to Qt 5 before starting a new effort. It is nice to have a branch, but why QtQuick 1.1 usages all around ? Because we wanted to keep the diff to master as small as possible,

Re: [Development] Nominating Peter Varga for approver status

2012-06-11 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Wednesday, May 23, 2012 09:02:00 AM ext Simon Hausmann wrote: Hi, I would like to nominate Peter for approver status. As part of the team in the University of Szeged he has completed the past few rebases of V8 in the qtjsbackend module, a task that is anything but easy, with a fast

Re: [Development] QtCS, Qt 5 beta and vacation

2012-06-26 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Tuesday, June 26, 2012 03:26:35 PM ext Mülner, Helmut wrote: [...] The Qt 5 beta is getting closer, and I think we'll have something releasable within the next two weeks. Technically we have most things in place, but the sha1's in qt5.git will need to follow and get quite a bit closer

Re: [Development] How to configure qt-4.8 with v8?

2012-07-18 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Wednesday, July 18, 2012 03:11:37 PM ext haithem rahmani wrote: Hi Olivier, thanks for the quick answer. I want to build the QtWebKit with V8? is it possible, working? Nope. We had a few developments towards that but ultimately abandoned those efforts, largely due to the community

Re: [Development] QPA triggers nested event processing

2012-08-03 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Friday, August 03, 2012 12:52:08 PM ext David Faure wrote: This was quite unexpected: in Qt5, creating a QApplication instance triggers event processing already, much before calling QApplication::exec(). This comes from QWindowSystemInterface::sendWindowSystemEvents calling

Re: [Development] Qt 5 beta

2012-08-30 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Thursday, August 30, 2012 01:41:42 PM ext Thiago Macieira wrote: [...] Now the deed is done and let's move on. But let's make sure it never happens again. Sounds right. I hope everyone also agrees that it's time to celebrate! We've come a bloody long way since the Alpha. If we keep up the

Re: [Development] Harmattan - QtJsBackend/V8 build issues

2012-09-03 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Sunday, September 02, 2012 08:34:24 PM ext Laszlo Papp wrote: What you're hitting is a bug in qemu while trying to execute mksnapshot, which is trying to fire up the v8 engine. What's strange though is that configure should detect that you're building inside scratchbox and disable v8

[Development] [heads up] Build dependencies for the WebKit build on Windows

2012-09-12 Thread Simon Hausmann
Hi, This is a heads-up regarding the build of WebKit on Windows: Building WebKit on Windows always comes with the extra difficulty of having to install build support tools that don't come with the platform. The build makes heavy use of python and perl for automating the generation of various

Re: [Development] [heads up] Build dependencies for the WebKit build on Windows

2012-09-12 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Wednesday, September 12, 2012 11:38:34 AM ext Thiago Macieira wrote: On quarta-feira, 12 de setembro de 2012 08.51.58, Simon Hausmann wrote: 2) Due to changes in JavaScriptCore's non-JITted code path (1) the build is also soon going to require an installation of Ruby (2). Hi

Re: [Development] Nominating Andy Shaw for Approver

2012-09-25 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Tuesday, September 25, 2012 11:58:37 AM João Abecasis wrote: Hi, I'd like to nominate Andy Shaw for Approver status. Andy's history with Qt is longer than my own, having catered to commercial customers in Trolltech, Nokia and Digia. Looking over the main repositories, I count 150 commits

Re: [Development] Is overriding an existing virtual method 'BC' in Qt 4?

2012-09-27 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Thursday, September 27, 2012 09:08:52 AM João Abecasis wrote: Thiago Macieira wrote: But note that there's one stricter requirement: the forwards compatibility that applies within a patch series. Adding this new virtual within the same patch series means a new, public symbol, which

Re: [Development] Co-installation library naming rules

2012-09-28 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Friday, September 21, 2012 04:47:11 PM Thiago Macieira wrote: This is long, so I'll give you my recommendation first. If you agree with me, you don't have to read the rest. If you disagree, you have to read my arguments. Recommendation: --- Include the major version number

Re: [Development] Harmattan - broken qmake

2012-09-28 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Thursday, September 27, 2012 07:46:57 PM Laszlo Papp wrote: Can you do what it says? I have spent a couple of hours with figuring this problem out, and it seems the following change in qmake has made the build policy about errors stricter: https://codereview.qt-project.org/#change,35183

Re: [Development] QML Component inheriting?

2012-10-04 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Thursday, October 04, 2012 10:36:59 AM Mark wrote: Hi, The principle is simple. I'd like to be able to make a base component and create different implementations of it. What i really miss in QML is the ability to let a component inherit functionality from another component. For example

Re: [Development] Co-installation executable naming rules

2012-10-08 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Friday, September 21, 2012 05:24:16 PM Thiago Macieira wrote: On sexta-feira, 21 de setembro de 2012 16.47.11, Thiago Macieira wrote: Include the major version number (5) in all library base names, like on Windows, on all platforms. On Windows we already have QtCore5.dll and QtV85.dll,

Re: [Development] Co-installation executable naming rules

2012-10-08 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Monday, October 08, 2012 02:31:46 PM shane.kea...@accenture.com wrote: [...] Another thing you need to consider is named versions. For example I might have 5.0.0 and 5.0.0-blackberry co-installed. I think Qt Creator handles this just fine, but the qt --5 examples above look like it wasn't

Re: [Development] Co-installation library naming rules

2012-10-11 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Thursday, October 11, 2012 11:45:27 AM Oswald Buddenhagen wrote: [...] nope, sorry, the version-based namespacing simply does not belong into upstream. it's a problem specific to FHS, and should be addressed by those concerned with it. It belongs in Qt and people have already

Re: [Development] Co-installation library naming rules

2012-10-18 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Thursday, October 11, 2012 04:11:10 PM Thiago Macieira wrote: On quinta-feira, 11 de outubro de 2012 21.16.56, Oswald Buddenhagen wrote: On Thu, Oct 11, 2012 at 11:56:44AM -0700, Thiago Macieira wrote: Considering all the changes I am proposing do NOT harm any of the people that build

[Development] Alternative Proposal (was: Re: Summary of renaming changes)

2012-10-19 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Thursday, October 18, 2012 08:30:03 AM Thiago Macieira wrote: [...] Tor Arne and I have been discussing this once more and we'd like to make an alternative proposal. But first let's try to summarize. (1) It seems that there is an agreement on the naming of the libraries and pkg-config

Re: [Development] Alternative Proposal (was: Re: Summary of renaming changes)

2012-10-19 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Friday, October 19, 2012 02:24:09 PM Oswald Buddenhagen wrote: On Fri, Oct 19, 2012 at 01:24:37PM +0200, Simon Hausmann wrote: (1) It seems that there is an agreement on the naming of the libraries and pkg-config files. not really. i'm not as strongly opposed to it as to renaming

Re: [Development] New proposal for the tool naming

2012-10-22 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Friday, October 19, 2012 04:16:14 PM Thiago Macieira wrote: Starting a new thread with some ideas based on the outcomes of the discussion. Many thanks to rittk, Simon, Lars and André who helped come up with this. (and Tor Arne!) Note: this applies to the *tools* only. The library naming

Re: [Development] New proposal for the tool naming

2012-10-22 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Monday, October 22, 2012 07:50:37 AM Thiago Macieira wrote: On segunda-feira, 22 de outubro de 2012 15.19.57, Simon Hausmann wrote: I haven't decided whether this tool should be a shell script, a perl script or another bootstrapped executable. I'm inclined to suggest

Re: [Development] On the reliability of CI

2012-10-25 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Thursday, October 25, 2012 02:32:49 PM Lincoln Ramsay wrote: On 25/10/12 13:00, Rohan McGovern wrote: True, there used to be Nokia employees reading every failure report and chasing up apparently unstable tests, either trying to fix the tests, or acknowledge them via bug reports and

Re: [Development] Dependencies of Qt5

2012-10-31 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Tuesday, October 30, 2012 07:39:34 AM Thiago Macieira wrote: On terça-feira, 30 de outubro de 2012 13.38.03, Hausmann Simon wrote: Note that qt5.git also contains binaries of bison and win_flex needed by WebKit. If qtwebkit is built as part of qt5.git then those binaries will be used

Re: [Development] Dependencies of Qt5

2012-10-31 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Wednesday, October 31, 2012 07:38:27 AM Thiago Macieira wrote: On quarta-feira, 31 de outubro de 2012 10.28.12, Simon Hausmann wrote: Simon: what's the difference between flex and win_flex? Note that there's a flex with msysgit, so if we used flex instead of win_flex, it would make

Re: [Development] QtMultimedia / QtMultimediaKit + gstreamer 1.0

2012-11-16 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Friday, November 16, 2012 04:56:22 PM Christophe Oosterlynck wrote: Hi, I’m using Qt 4.x extensively with QtMobility 1.2 and the gstreamer backend. I was wondering if it is possible to use gstreamer 1.0 instead of 0.10 in QtMobility or if there are any plans for future versions or in Qt

Re: [Development] HEADS UP: Changes in QStyle subclasses

2012-11-26 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Saturday, November 24, 2012 11:09:26 AM Nurmi J-P wrote: Hi all, Thanks to QStyleFactory and QProxyStyle, it is possible to instantiate and customize any available style. This is not limited to the built-in styles in QtWidgets, but also works fine for any style plugin since it nicely

Re: [Development] repository for the toolwrapper

2012-11-27 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Monday, November 26, 2012 10:54:54 PM Thiago Macieira wrote: Hello We agreed that the tool wrapper wouldn't live inside qtbase.git nor qt.git (Qt 4), so I need a new repository for it. I think it should be in the qt/ hierarchy. Maybe this is the long awaited return of a now public

Re: [Development] QtWebkit from Qt5 couldn't display Chinese characters correctly on Windows

2012-11-28 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Wednesday, November 28, 2012 09:38:24 AM Konstantin Ritt wrote: OR this could be a result of using QRawFont backdoor :) That wouldn't explain though why it works on Mac and Linux, no? There are two code paths in WebKit, a fast text code path and one for complex text (note how it's not

[Development] When doing source incompatible changes ...

2012-11-30 Thread Simon Hausmann
... pretty please (with a red cherry on top) give everyone a heads-up ahead of time. This is the second time within the same week that a source incompatible change is staged _before_ giving a heads-up. (QStyle subclasses on Monday) The renaming of QQuickItem::pos() to position() is certainly

Re: [Development] Branching 5.0

2012-11-30 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Friday, November 30, 2012 05:38:22 AM Laszlo Papp wrote: On Thu, Nov 29, 2012 at 8:03 AM, Knoll Lars lars.kn...@digia.com wrote: I know that branch naming is a possible topic for endless bike shedding. You can always find arguments against a certain name here. In the end it's not the

[Development] Contributing changes to QtWebKit (was: Re: Building Qt5 from Git failed on Mac OSX)

2012-12-10 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Friday, December 07, 2012 07:48:44 AM Thiago Macieira wrote: On sexta-feira, 7 de dezembro de 2012 11.57.06, Ziller Eike wrote: git://gitorious.org/qtwebkit/qt5-module.git which is old, unused and deprecated. Guys, wasn't there some consensus to announce changes that

Re: [Development] Settings API for QML

2012-12-12 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Tuesday, December 11, 2012 04:40:50 PM Bache-Wiig Jens wrote: I would also consider an even simpler API. How about we introduce a new keyword for persistent properties and make it part of the language. Rectangle { id: root persistent property width: 400 persistent

[Development] heads-up: QtWebKit's SQLite dependency

2012-12-12 Thread Simon Hausmann
Hi, QtWebKit requires SQLite for various web related storage mechanism (including cookies). That dependency is quite old actually, but we've done some changes now that clean up the way that dependency is satisfied. Ideally should affect only very few people, but it is quite likely to include

Re: [Development] wip/android branch contains binaries without license

2013-01-04 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Thursday, January 03, 2013 09:05:11 AM BogDan wrote: Hi, These binaries are built from Android source code, so they are using Apache license. We need them only to link android platform plugin for API 4,5, and 8. They are not embedded into any Qt binaries, we are only using their symbols

Re: [Development] Qt 5 for Android developer mailing list

2013-01-08 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Tuesday, January 08, 2013 04:26:47 PM Paul Olav Tvete wrote: [...] Edit: and as Maurice says, we can shut down the list when it's no longer useful. For clarification: That doesn't mean that the archives are subject to deletion. Simon ___

[Development] Importing Snowshoe QML browser to the Qt project

2013-01-11 Thread Simon Hausmann
Hi all, Now that Qt 5.0.0 is out I feel that it is a good time to also emphasize show cases of Qt and QML as a technology. In Qt 4 we've had a couple of pretty nice demos in the source code, including a pretty neat demo browser. It serves as a show-case for QtWebKit's C++ API and the Qt widgets

[Development] Nominating Allan Sandfeld as approver

2013-01-17 Thread Simon Hausmann
Hi, I would like to nominate Allan to be an approver in the Qt project. Allan is an expert in WebKit and especially Qt Webkit matters, he's also a WebKit reviewer. He's also been using Qt for many many years as a seasoned KDE/khtml developer. As approver he can help with the maintenance and

Re: [Development] QtMultimedia BIC / header cleanliness issue

2013-01-22 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Tuesday, January 22, 2013 11:40:23 AM Oswald Buddenhagen wrote: On Mon, Jan 21, 2013 at 08:14:03AM -0800, Thiago Macieira wrote: On segunda-feira, 21 de janeiro de 2013 15.33.59, Knoll Lars wrote: Finally reading up on some old emails… I'd say we add the virtual destructors. Better

Re: [Development] Nominating Iikka Eklund as approver

2013-01-25 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Friday, January 25, 2013 11:33:28 AM Oswald Buddenhagen wrote: On Thu, Jan 24, 2013 at 01:24:16PM -0800, Thiago Macieira wrote: On quinta-feira, 24 de janeiro de 2013 12.17.20, Oswald Buddenhagen wrote: Parts of the packaging process is in gerrit (namely qtsdk/qtsdk.git), so he

Re: [Development] Reviews needed before android integration in two weeks

2013-02-05 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Tuesday, February 05, 2013 11:33:29 AM Paul Olav Tvete wrote: [...] mkspecs/android-g++/qmake.conf One suggestion regarding the name of the mkspec: It's not unusual to have linux* masks in .pro files (at least not in WebKit ;-) Would it perhaps make sense to rename the mkspec to

Re: [Development] Reviews needed before android integration in two weeks

2013-02-05 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Tuesday, February 05, 2013 02:58:47 AM BogDan wrote: Hi, On Tuesday, February 05, 2013 11:33:29 AM Paul Olav Tvete wrote: [...] mkspecs/android-g++/qmake.conf One suggestion regarding the name of the mkspec: It's not unusual to have linux* masks in .pro files (at least

Re: [Development] Reviews needed before android integration in two weeks

2013-02-05 Thread Simon Hausmann
with #ifdefing/profiles? Great, thanks! Simon Hausmann wrote: Let's put it this way: linux-g++* is just as fuzzy as android-g++* in what it means. But we're not in the business of creating mathematical formulas, we're in the business of making life easier for software developers. If we can

Re: [Development] Reviews needed before android integration in two weeks

2013-02-05 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Tuesday, February 05, 2013 04:17:42 AM BogDan wrote: On Tuesday, February 05, 2013 02:58:47 AM BogDan wrote: Hi, On Tuesday, February 05, 2013 11:33:29 AM Paul Olav Tvete wrote: [...] mkspecs/android-g++/qmake.conf One suggestion regarding the name of the

[Development] Fwd: [webkit-qt] QtWebKit release bugs should now be reported at https://bugreports.qt-project.org

2013-02-13 Thread Simon Hausmann
Hi, FYI :) Simon---BeginMessage--- Hello QtWebKit, in an effort to reduce the confusion and the hoops needed by users to report bugs for QtWebKit, issues should now simply be reported in the WebKit component(s) of the Qt project at https://bugreports.qt-project.org. There is no need anymore

Re: [Development] [webkit-qt] New module qtwebrtc: WebRTC support for QtWebkit and native apps

2013-02-20 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Tuesday, February 19, 2013 10:27:38 PM Igor Borovkov wrote: Hi Andrea, Simon, thank you for your responses. Please don't get me wrong, I'd rather avoid adding new layers, but in this case, we started to consider a new module because (libjingle is basically a big collection of

[Development] Fwd: [webkit-dev] Heads-up: C++11 and WebKit2

2013-03-06 Thread Simon Hausmann
Hi, FYI, the QML 2 integration of WebKit is going to require some C++11 support in the compiler side in the future. As far as I can see this future would be Qt 5.2 at the earliest. Qt 5.0 and Qt 5.1 are not affected at this point. Simon---BeginMessage--- Hello everyone, Some time ago we

Re: [Development] Fwd: [webkit-dev] Heads-up: C++11 and WebKit2

2013-03-06 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Wednesday, March 06, 2013 11:10:04 AM Olivier Goffart wrote: On Wednesday 06 March 2013 11:00:09 Simon Hausmann wrote: Hi, FYI, the QML 2 integration of WebKit is going to require some C++11 support in the compiler side in the future. As far as I can see this future would be Qt

Re: [Development] Fwd: [webkit-dev] Heads-up: C++11 and WebKit2

2013-03-06 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Wednesday, March 06, 2013 11:00:09 AM Simon Hausmann wrote: Hi, FYI, the QML 2 integration of WebKit is going to require some C++11 support in the compiler side in the future. As far as I can see this future would be Qt 5.2 at the earliest. Qt 5.0 and Qt 5.1 are not affected

Re: [Development] Please warn of force pushes...

2013-05-14 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Tuesday 23. April 2013 09.46.03 Thiago Macieira wrote: On terça-feira, 23 de abril de 2013 18.20.11, Oswald Buddenhagen wrote: [...] Change the branch name when the policy changes. i really wouldn't want to do that. But you're not offering a better solution either. You're

Re: [Development] Webkit for Android

2013-05-29 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Wednesday 15. May 2013 10.55.44 Łukasz Korbel wrote: Hello! I want to know what are the plans for QtWebkit for Android? Is it going to be released in 5.1? A version of QtWebKit that runs on Android is not going to be part of Qt 5.1. During the recent WebKit upstream project changes all

Re: [Development] Some QIcon::fromTheme() enhancements

2013-08-23 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Friday 23. August 2013 09.24.54 Albert Astals Cid wrote: On Friday 23 August 2013 07:50:56 Olivier Goffart wrote: On Thursday 22 August 2013 22:18:54 Antti Kaijanmäki wrote: On 22.08.2013 21:51, Thiago Macieira wrote: On quinta-feira, 22 de agosto de 2013 21:26:15, Antti Kaijanmäki

Re: [Development] Some QIcon::fromTheme() enhancements

2013-08-23 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Friday 23. August 2013 10.04.35 Albert Astals Cid wrote: On Friday 23 August 2013 09:48:26 Simon Hausmann wrote: On Friday 23. August 2013 09.24.54 Albert Astals Cid wrote: On Friday 23 August 2013 07:50:56 Olivier Goffart wrote: On Thursday 22 August 2013 22:18:54 Antti Kaijanmäki

Re: [Development] Mac builds busted in CI? (Vsd: Change in qt/qtdeclarative[dev]: Fix crashes when running tst_qqmlecmascript::importScripts w...)

2013-08-30 Thread Simon Hausmann
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Re: [Development] Making QScopedPointer scoped (again)

2013-09-03 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Tuesday 3. September 2013 10.02.52 Stephen Kelly wrote: Hi there, Commit 5b9006bbdba7dcab01b8e640554a7d7a4b64f76b in qtbase added move capability to QScopedPointer. That means that in Qt 5.2, if you use C++11, you can do this: int main(int argc, char **argv) {

Re: [Development] Making QScopedPointer scoped (again)

2013-09-03 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Tuesday 3. September 2013 11.44.58 Stephen Kelly wrote: On Tuesday, September 03, 2013 11:39:58 Simon Hausmann wrote: Adding a move contructor to QScopedPointer makes no sense, because moving means 'escaping the scope', which breaks the fundamental point of QScopedPointer

Re: [Development] INFO: CI maintenance break next weekend

2013-09-18 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Wednesday 18. September 2013 10.54.52 Sarajärvi Tony wrote: Hi We will have a maintenance break on our servers and network services on Saturday 28th Sep at 08:00 EEST, lasting until Sunday 29th Sep 20:00 EEST. This might affect your builds, since different parts of the CI infra will be

Re: [Development] INFO: CI maintenance break next weekend

2013-09-18 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Wednesday 18. September 2013 13.38.12 Simon Hausmann wrote: On Wednesday 18. September 2013 10.54.52 Sarajärvi Tony wrote: Hi We will have a maintenance break on our servers and network services on Saturday 28th Sep at 08:00 EEST, lasting until Sunday 29th Sep 20:00 EEST

Re: [Development] Qt WebEngine

2013-09-19 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Thursday 19. September 2013 09.29.47 Cornelius Hald wrote: Sorry to bother again, but what's the plan now regarding QQuick2 WebView on Android? Is it Webkit? Chromium/Blink? Nothing? Something else? And when? The initial release of Qt for Android is not going to include any integration of

[Development] Proposing Allan Sandfeld Jensen as maintainer for QtWebKit

2013-09-19 Thread Simon Hausmann
Hi, I'm stepping down as maintainer of QtWebKit in the Qt project and I would like to propose Allan as new maintainer. He's a veteran with many years of development and maintenance experience from KDE, khtml and Qt. He's also the guy responsible for the QtWebKit 2.3 release for Qt 4.8 - a

Re: [Development] [QtSerialPort] Leaving from the project

2013-09-20 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Friday 20. September 2013 12.42.28 Denis Shienkov wrote: [...] Thus, I changed the mind and made the decision to remain and continue to keep the project. So - do not worry! :) Yay, welcome back :) Simon ___ Development mailing list

Re: [Development] Is this QML parser behaviour correct?

2013-10-21 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Monday 21. October 2013 13.33.43 Martin Smith wrote: The QML parser has callbacks for processing the Import list and for processing individual imports. In qdoc, I used the one that gets the entire import list: virtual bool visit(UiImportList *) { return true; } virtual bool

[Development] Fwd: Change in qt/qtdeclarative[stable]: V4: make Scope uncopyable.

2013-10-28 Thread Simon Hausmann
, Simon Hausmann simon.hausm...@digia.com, Qt Sanity Bot qt_sanity...@qt-project.org Qt Continuous Integration System has posted comments on this change. Change subject: V4: make Scope uncopyable. .. Patch Set 2: Autotest

Re: [Development] Qt 5.2 Beta - is it really much slower to parse qml/javascript on android?

2013-10-29 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Tuesday 29. October 2013 10.31.16 Felipe Crochik wrote: summary: some very simple qml code now is taking 4 seconds to parse and get to the component.onCompleted on android. It is instantaneous using qml 1.0/old necessitas. What is the best way to profile and found why? Anybody seeing a much

Re: [Development] QML, Widgets, and setParent

2013-12-05 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Saturday 2. November 2013 11.25.07 Konrad Rosenbaum wrote: Hi, On Saturday 02 November 2013, Kevin Krammer wrote: On Thursday, 2013-10-31, 20:17:43, Konrad Rosenbaum wrote: I've got it running for trivial QML files, however as soon as there are child widgets the running program

Re: [Development] Changed qdebug stream operator output (qtbase/dev)

2013-12-06 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Friday 6. December 2013 15.34.33 Smith Martin wrote: I will miss it. Why did we take it out? Now I have to puteverywhere. No, the change merely removes the _trailing_ space. That added little value :) Simon From:

Re: [Development] Enabling SSE2 by default on x86 builds (32-bit)

2013-12-11 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Tuesday 10. December 2013 12.06.43 Thiago Macieira wrote: On terça-feira, 10 de dezembro de 2013 19:52:35, Hausmann Simon wrote: Would it be possible to build libQtQml for i686/SSE2, install it into lib/sse2 and call it a day? I don't think it's worth shipping a pure i386 version of that

Re: [Development] Enabling SSE2 by default on x86 builds (32-bit)

2013-12-11 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Wednesday 11. December 2013 09.36.46 Simon Hausmann wrote: [...] If we apply the change I mentioned in the other email, we change cases 2 and 3: 2bis) distro builds Qt once with -no-sse2 flags = all libs compiled without SSE2 = QtQml generates interpreted code only

Re: [Development] Enabling SSE2 by default on x86 builds (32-bit)

2013-12-11 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Wednesday 11. December 2013 10.12.22 Knoll Lars wrote: On 11/12/13 10:03, Simon Hausmann simon.hausm...@digia.com wrote: On Wednesday 11. December 2013 09.36.46 Simon Hausmann wrote: [...] If we apply the change I mentioned in the other email, we change cases 2 and 3

Re: [Development] Coding style proposal

2014-01-01 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Thursday 2. January 2014 09.34.21 Konstantin Ritt wrote: 1. In cpp, we typically use enums for numeric constants. In Qt coding style, enums are in CamelCase. 2. Just a wasting of time. Simply use generated documentation rather than scroll over the header files (Qt docs are very good, you

Re: [Development] Nominating people from our release team for approver rights

2014-01-09 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Thursday 9. January 2014 08.05.27 Thiago Macieira wrote: On quinta-feira, 9 de janeiro de 2014 14:18:56, Knoll Lars wrote: Hi, I’d like to nominate a couple of people from the release team for approver rights. They’ve been working for the last 14 month with our release and CI

Re: [Development] QtQml maintainer nomination

2014-01-10 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Thursday 9. January 2014 12.58.57 Thiago Macieira wrote: On quinta-feira, 9 de janeiro de 2014 20:24:47, Knoll Lars wrote: Hi, I'd like to continue on filling gaps in our maintainer list and thus want to propose Simon Hausmann as the new maintainer for QtQml. Guess I don't need

Re: [Development] HEADS UP: Qt 5.2.1 - merge stable into release

2014-01-14 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Tuesday 14. January 2014 06.02.36 Paaso Matti wrote: Hi, All merges are now done, so all changes required for Qt 5.2.1 need to be pushed to the 'release' branch from now on. Great, thanks for the merges. Could you re-enable the stage button in Gerrit for the stable branches, please?

Re: [Development] Qt 5.3 Feature freeze is coming quite soon...

2014-01-17 Thread Simon Hausmann
(removing releasing and other dev subscribed folks from CC) On Thursday 16. January 2014 12.51.28 Kurt Pattyn wrote: I would like to propose the QtWebSockets module as a new feature for Qt 5.3 (see https://qt.gitorious.org/qtplayground/websockets/source/master) There are a number of

Re: [Development] Remove OSX 10.6 Build?

2014-01-21 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Monday 20. January 2014 20.21.14 deDietrich Gabriel wrote: On Jan 20, 2014, at 7:55 PM, Allan Sandfeld Jensen k...@carewolf.com wrote: On Monday 20 January 2014, Thiago Macieira wrote: On segunda-feira, 20 de janeiro de 2014 17:36:26, Kurt Pattyn wrote: The CI system is still building

Re: [Development] Remove OSX 10.6 Build?

2014-01-21 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Tuesday 21. January 2014 10.23.22 Sorvig Morten wrote: On 21 Jan 2014, at 09:32, Simon Hausmann simon.hausm...@digia.com wrote: On Monday 20. January 2014 20.21.14 deDietrich Gabriel wrote: On Jan 20, 2014, at 7:55 PM, Allan Sandfeld Jensen k...@carewolf.com wrote: On Monday 20 January

Re: [Development] Remove OSX 10.6 Build?

2014-01-21 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Tuesday 21. January 2014 09.32.45 Simon Hausmann wrote: [...] I personally like the suggestion brought up elsewhere of keeping things as they are for Qt 5.3 and dropping 10.6 from the CI system and supported platforms for 5.3 - while simultaneously reviewing and approving patches by other

Re: [Development] Build Hotspots in the Qt build process

2014-02-05 Thread Simon Hausmann
Hi Shane, On Monday 3. February 2014 22.39.27 Shane McIntosh wrote: Hi Qt developers! My name is Shane. I’m a PhD student at Queen’s University in Canada. I’ve been working on an approach for detecting build hotspots, i.e., files that not only take a long time to rebuild, but also change

Re: [Development] Rules for including private headers

2014-02-17 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Monday 17. February 2014 10.46.12 Ulf Hermann wrote: Sounds good to me. From what I read below, you just add the section about private headers, right? Yes. * If you need to include qt_x11_p.h, always include it as the last header file. This could go into the private headers

Re: [Development] HEADS UP: merge stable into release and dev into stable

2014-02-17 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Monday 17. February 2014 07.16.12 Heikkinen Jani wrote: Hi all, It seems we cannot start merge from dev branch to stable at the moment because there is still some issues to be solved before that: 1. There seems to be compilation break in dev branch, see

Re: [Development] The Dynamic OpenGL on Windows Change

2014-02-27 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Thursday 27. February 2014 14.33.56 Robert Knight wrote: On Windows some older hardware and driver combinations do not provide a sufficiently well working OpenGL implementation yet they do have a working DirectX implementation which ANGLE then wraps to provide an OpenGL ES 2

[Development] Nominating Ulf Hermann as approver

2014-03-04 Thread Simon Hausmann
Hi, I'd like to nominate Ulf for approvership. He's been hacking on various bits and pieces in the profiler support in Qml and he also implemented a brand new profiler for the JavaScript engine. I'm convinced that he would make a careful and responsible approver. Patches:

Re: [Development] About ALIAS in Q_PROPERTY

2014-03-12 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Wednesday 12. March 2014 12.48.20 Olivier Goffart wrote: On Monday 10 March 2014 17:43:35 Giuseppe D'Angelo wrote: Can you please explain what this feature is about, why do you think it's useful, how it's supposed to be used, etc.? On 10 March 2014 17:30, mikhail.svet...@gmail.com

Re: [Development] Google Chrome Aura overlaps with Qt abstractions?

2014-03-13 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Thursday 13. March 2014 18.19.15 Mandeep Sandhu wrote: I'm confusedthe Aura page states: The goal is to produce a new desktop window manager and shell environment with modern capabilities. Are they making a KDE/GNOME equivalent or is this a new UI toolkit i.e a Qt/Gtk equivalent?

Re: [Development] website down

2014-03-24 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Monday 24. March 2014 13.12.46 Calogero Mauceri wrote: http://qt-project.org seems to be down. Any chance to get it back soon? It's a known issue and being worked on (is what I was told :) Simon ___ Development mailing list

Re: [Development] configure -developer-build --prefix=$PWD/qtbase

2014-03-26 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Wednesday 26. March 2014 08.21.20 Alan Ezust wrote: The README in the qt distribution is confusing to me. I am not sure if it is consistent with the ./configure --help. Does anyone understand what the difference is between a qt that is configured like this: ./configure -developer-build

Re: [Development] Nominating Bernd Weimer as approver

2014-03-26 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Wednesday 26. March 2014 15.05.00 Sean Harmer wrote: On Wednesday 26 March 2014 15:31:37 Sergio Ahumada wrote: Hi, I'd like to nominate Bernd Weimer as approver for the Qt Project. +1 from me. +1 Simon ___ Development mailing list

[Development] utf-8 BOM and parsers

2014-04-14 Thread Simon Hausmann
Hi, We have various parsers in Qt that parse source code and do things with it, such as the QML parser, the CSS parser and others. We do make the assumption that their input is UTF-8 encoded and therefore have simply used QString code = QString::fromUtf8(byteArray); in some form or other,

Re: [Development] Question about Qt's future

2014-04-22 Thread Simon Hausmann
On Monday 21. April 2014 15.13.08 Robert Knight wrote: The design direction is because QML is easier to develop with, more modern, and based on OpenGL. Widgets don't have that and will never be as efficient. Therefore, the effort is directed towards the technology that has the

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