kubotu::qt-bugs:: [1194501] [ 4.8 Linaro regression] ICE on gcc-4.8 building kde4libs @ https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/1194501 (by Scott Kitterman)00:03
manchickenTonio: Howdy01:54
manchickenAnybody know when I need to have kubuntu-debug-installer changes done?02:09
manchickenI should probably know this.02:09
manchickenI'm doing a little bit more work to make sure I'm error handling and all of that fun stuff.02:10
manchickenJontheEchidna: Did you see my minor patch on the dup prevention?02:11
manchickenJontheEchidna: I'm kinda depending on that change in this, so let me know if you don't like it.02:11
JontheEchidnamanchicken: where'd the patch end up? I don't think I've seen it02:12
manchickenJontheEchidna: It's on my github02:13
manchickenJontheEchidna: https://github.com/manchicken/libqapt/commit/f534f1b8eec83b44af261ccd88a5975c782630e902:13
ScottKmanchicken: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/SaucySalamander/ReleaseSchedule - feature freeze is the end of August.  So that's the deadline.  Sooner is better, of course.02:13
manchickenScottK: Sweet. I figured it was just around the corner :)02:14
ScottKHaving it in for Alpha 2 in two weeks would be nice, if you want some pressure.02:14
manchickenNever hurts02:15
JontheEchidnamanchicken: python-apt has a little sources library itself, and its add() function checks to see if a duplicate source entry is actually enabling a new component (e.g. multiverse), and then adds the component to the proper entry02:23
JontheEchidnaI was wanting that behavior too, but was too lazy to code it when I wrote that method :P02:23
manchickenJontheEchidna: Yeah, this is pretty basic, but I think it'll at least prevent duplicate sources.02:24
manchickenExact duplicates anyway02:24
manchickenFor the purposes of this program... that's kinda good enough :)02:24
JontheEchidnaI can see a situation where addEntry could still produce duplicates, but this is better than nothing02:25
manchickenYeah, and we could spend more time on it later.02:25
JontheEchidnaI think I'll add the patch and update the comment as a reminder for a more sophisticated solution02:26
manchickenI just thought that dup prevention kinda belonged there.02:26
manchickenJontheEchidna: There's not a function which gives me a QString from a QApt::ErrorCode, is there?02:27
JontheEchidnamanchicken: nope. If you'd like strings to copy/paste, I have some here: https://projects.kde.org/projects/extragear/sysadmin/muon/repository/revisions/master/entry/libmuonapt/MuonStrings.cpp02:29
manchickenJontheEchidna: Backend::initErrorMessage kinda seems like the extent of it.02:29
JontheEchidnaThere really could be a use for a KDE QApt integration library02:30
manchickenJontheEchidna: Yeah, like at least a decorator pattern or something.02:31
JontheEchidnasome standard error strings, maybe a few simple transaction widgets02:32
manchickenMakes me pine for Obj-C categories.02:32
manchickenJontheEchidna: That sounds like a good thing to work on after this, provided Dear Leader doesn't have other priorities.02:32
JontheEchidnaDear Leader?02:32
JontheEchidnaOh, me?02:33
manchickenRiddell ;)02:33
JontheEchidnaah :)02:33
manchickenYou're only Great Leader.02:33
JontheEchidnaKubuntu really is a do-ocracy though. There's not really a benevolent dictator for life.02:34
JontheEchidnaBack to technical stuff, I kinda wish you could use multiple inheritance with QObject-based base classes02:36
JontheEchidnayou could make an interface virtual class, and then make a class based on QWidget + the QObject interface class02:38
JontheEchidnaseems a bit cleaner to use multiple inheritance rather than writing a bunch of boilerplate for a decorator pattern, but I don't think the QObject system likes it when a QObject inherits two QObject-based classes02:41
ScottKSo except for not working, it's better, right?02:41
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JontheEchidnaIt's just a part of moc that could have been designed one way, but wasn't02:44
manchickenJontheEchidna: I don't know, I think a decorator pattern  works pretty well. If this was Obj-C I'd just use categories.03:16
JontheEchidnaCategories look interesting, and perfect for this usecase03:18
JontheEchidnamanchicken: I pushed the patch with a few stylistic changes, thanks for the patch.03:19
manchickenJontheEchidna: No problem, I'm just glad to contribute again :)03:20
ahoneybunvalorie: 03:37
ahoneybunhello all03:37
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manchickenDeath to the typos...03:59
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manchickenJontheEchidna: Well, the good news is that it's updating sources.04:53
manchickenJontheEchidna: The bad news is that I seem to be going blind :)04:53
ScottKWe don't need to know about why.04:54
manchickenJontheEchidna: That said, I am making pretty good progress with the QApt::Transaction interaction with the cache updates.04:54
manchickenScottK: Well, aren't we Catholic today? ;)04:54
ScottKNo, but that doesn't mean I want to know everything.  Still such thing as TMI.04:55
manchickenScottK: Mid-digital hair notwithstanding... my blindness seems to be resulting in hours wasted on chasing windmills.04:55
manchickenAnyway, it's midnight, and I'm sleepy. I'm going to go to bed. Hopefully my sight returns tomorrow.04:56
ScottKGood night.04:56
Noskcajcan someone review https://code.launchpad.net/~noskcaj/ubuntu/saucy/plasma-widget-quickaccess/upstream-merge/+merge/174104 05:06
NoskcajIt's missing a changelog edit, is that an issue?05:07
Noskcajok, fixing now05:09
Noskcajthere, pushed05:11
ScottKRiddell: Please fix up the SRU bug for owncloud to be about updating again and not removing (1079150)05:16
ScottKyofel: Bad news on kdenetwork.  Please check the rejection comment.05:31
NoskcajI've updated tomahawk too, now i have to go and burn a bee's nest. https://code.launchpad.net/~noskcaj/ubuntu/saucy/tomahawk/merge0.7.005:33
ScottKyofel: kdeadmin too.05:35
ScottKyofel: I think both those were migrated to git/split for 4.11, so it's probably something wrong with the script that stitched it all back together.05:36
ScottKOK, except those two, 4.10.5 is all accepted.  I think I've done enough damage for one night, good night.05:38
soeegood morning07:03
Riddellryanakca: any idea what that robert s e-mail is on about?07:10
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yofelshadeslayer: did you manage to get any recording equipment?10:21
BluesKajHiyas all10:30
yofelScottK: thanks for reviewing, I'll check what I can do about kdenetwork and kdeadmin (yeah, they're kinda stitched together)10:35
yofelkuser has no license copies at all :S10:47
yofel(not even in master)10:47
shadeslayeryofel: I'll be talking to the recording people at Akademy es today10:57
shadeslayerwe can get some for KDS atleast afaict10:57
yofelthat would be fine for us I think10:58
shadeslayeryofel: when do you arrive?11:01
yofelshadeslayer: my plane arrives tomorrow around 2 (not sure which time zone though). I'll try to find you guys after I dump my stuff at boxto11:02
shadeslayerack, we'll probably be at the Akademy ES venue11:02
yofelwait, spain is gmt+1 too, so yeah, make that 211:04
markeyis the merge window for Kubuntu 13.10 already closed?11:05
markeycool :) I'm asking because it would be nice to get Amarok 2.8 in11:06
yofelmarkey: open till august 29th https://wiki.ubuntu.com/SaucySalamander/ReleaseSchedule11:06
markeywhich should be ready in a few weeks11:06
markeygreat :)11:06
markeythat's plenty of time, and even enough for a potential bugfix release11:07
yofelmarkey: actually, it's already in https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/amarok/2:2.7.90-0ubuntu111:08
markeyright, but that's the beta11:08
yofelmarkey: if the beta is in, we can get bugfixes in till final freeze, so 2.8.X is no issue at all11:09
markeyit feels good that we can provide a very stable, reliable and featureful Amarok to Kubuntu users again, even without updates11:10
markeyafter the last release was plagued by Qt bugs and whatnot11:10
markeythis reminds me: Qt project is not responsive with bug reports at all11:11
markeywe reported the QtWebkit crash issue with the Audio tag a few months ago. no response so far :(11:12
markeyso we have to work around it. Rekonq for example still crashes due to this bug11:12
markeyMamarok: what's the URL for the qt bug you reported?11:14
markeyI'm gonna put some pressure on them11:14
Mamarokwhich Qt report? I filed several in the last few years, none was fixed AFAICT11:29
Mamarokthe webkit one?11:29
Mamarokthe webkit one is https://bugreports.qt-project.org/browse/QTBUG-3118111:30
ryanakcaRiddell: I think he's alleging that amd64 Kubuntu 12.04.2 iso is actually a Xubuntu iso.12:09
ryanakcaThe sums in MD5SUMS are clearly different, so either he's pulling our leg, he burned the wrong image, or the xubuntu iso actually did get copied to kubuntu-12.04.2-desktop-amd64.iso on the mirrors. Seeing that he's the first to say anything about it (and hopefully more than one person has tried downloading 12.04.2), I'm willing to bet it's the first option.12:17
markeynever attribute to malice what could be stupidity :)12:18
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yofelScottK: I tried to explain what happened to kdeadmin and kdentwork on the bug (and fixed some missing license copies upstream while at it......)12:48
yofelwhile the sources look totally different from before I'm reasonably sure that the binary packages are the same as before12:48
ScottKyofel: OK.  Thanks.12:49
ScottKyofel: Accepted kdeadmin.  I don't see kdenetwork though.12:51
yofelScottK: thanks! I'll upload kdenetwork in a minute (doing a last testbuild to make sure I didn't mess something up just now)12:51
yofelScottK: kdenetwork up13:10
ScottKAccepted.  Thanks.13:25
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shadeslayerRiddell: what's the status of bug 1195806>?16:00
ubottubug 1195806 in libkscreen (Ubuntu Raring) "libkscreen and kscreen SRU to raring" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/119580616:00
shadeslayeryofel: your dongle is now being useful for vHanda :D16:36
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yofelshadeslayer: lol, fine with me as long as we don't forget about it again :D18:08
markeyis Amarok 2.8-beta available as backport for 13.04?18:10
ScottK4.10.5 is fully built on all archs for raring-proposed.  Need testers.18:29
ScottKshadeslayer: The status is it's more invasive than would normally be allowed, so I need to ask for an extension of our KDE SC MRE to approve it.18:30
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xnoxwhat is the package name of kubuntu default icons theme?20:10
yofel!info oxygen-icon-theme saucy20:11
ubottuoxygen-icon-theme (source: oxygen-icons): Oxygen icon theme. In component universe, is optional. Version 4:4.10.90-0ubuntu1 (saucy), package size 28181 kB, installed size 30395 kB20:11
yofelxnox: ^20:11
xnoxyofel: thanks.20:11
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yofelapachelogger_: true, it seems like neon5 is missing parts of the environment settings, I'll try to fix22:20
yofelthough I only get as far as22:20
yofelplasma-shell(22334)/default WallpaperInterface::syncWallpaperPackage: Error loading the wallpaper (file:///home/ubuntu/: File not found) 22:20
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apachelogger_yofel: try pulling in kde-workspace as well now22:23
apachelogger_that may help22:23
yofelI installed project-neon5-*22:24
Riddellapachelogger_: you booked travel yet?22:33

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