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Re: Arch update notifier (Mike Harris)




Luigi,
Yes it works directly with the package manager

Best regards,
Mike Harris

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Today's Topics:

   1. Re: strange behavior of KCookieServer (Albert Astals Cid)
   2. Re: Arch Linux Update Notifier for KDE (Albert Astals Cid)
   3. Re: Arch Linux Update Notifier for KDE (Luigi Toscano)
   4. Re: strange behavior of KCookieServer (Stefano Crocco)

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Message: 1
Date: Wed, 18 Jul 2018 23:31:38 +0200
From: Albert Astals Cid <aacid@xxxxxxx>
To: kde-devel@xxxxxxx
Subject: Re: strange behavior of KCookieServer
Message-ID: <1556010.vWNvnhBEAJ@xps>
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El divendres, 13 de juliol de 2018, a les 17:20:10 CEST, Stefano Crocco va escriure:
> Hello to everyone,

Hi, given that KCookieServer is part of the KIO framework I am suggesting you resend this email to kde-frameworks-devel@xxxxxxx where the KIO people are more prone to read this.

Cheers,
  Albert

> in my ongoing attempt to integrate Konqueror and QWebEngine, I'm still
> struggling with a way to share cookies between QWebEngineCookieStore and
> KCookieServer. While investigating this issue, I found a problem when adding
> cookies to KCookieServer by hand which doesn't seem happen when using
> Konqueror with either KHTML or KWebKitPart. I think I know how I could solve
> (or work around) this issue but I don't understand why it's happening and I'd
> like some insight about this.
>
> The isssue I noticed concerns cookies with an "expire" field and I believe,
> after looking at the code for KCookieJar and KCookieServer, it is related to
> time zone handling by KCookieJar.
>
> I live in Italy, so my time zone is CEST, which (unless I'm mistaken) means
> GTM+2. If now (16:30 CEST, 14:30 GMT), a web page sent me a cookie which
> should expire in 30 minutes (17:00 CEST, 15:00 GMT), it would have an
> "expires" field like "expires: Fri, 13-Jul-2018 15:00:00 GMT".
>
> I tried to add such a cookie from the command line, like this:
>
> qdbus org.kde.kcookiejar5 /modules/kcookiejar addCookies http://xyz.it "Set-
> Cookie: test=hello; expires=Fri, 13-Jul-2018 15:00:00 GMT; domain=.xyz.it;
> path=/" 0
>
> but in the cookies page in System Settings doesn't show the cookie. If I
> change the "expires" field in the cookie so that the hour becomes 17:00:00, the
> cookie is added.
>
> The problem, I believe, is that KCookieJar::parseDate calls
> QLocale::toDateTime, which seems to create a QDateTime with the local time
> zone (in my case, CEST). This means that the cookie expire date, which was in
> GMT, is interpreted as if it were in CEST and, of course, the cookie is
> considered expired.
>
> Thanks in advance for any help in understanding what's happening.
>
> Stefano
>
>
>




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Message: 2
Date: Wed, 18 Jul 2018 23:38:21 +0200
From: Albert Astals Cid <aacid@xxxxxxx>
To: kde-devel@xxxxxxx
Cc: Michael Harris <mike.a.harris@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: Arch Linux Update Notifier for KDE
Message-ID: <1554433.MbmZ4lSx33@xps>
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El diumenge, 15 de juliol de 2018, a les 19:49:06 CEST, Michael Harris va escriure:
> Hey all I wanted to help generate awareness for an Update Notifier plasmoid
> for Arch Linux and possibly create an online blog post to help people know
> about it.

Hey!

I wanted to give you some comment on the content of the page.

You're calling the software "KDE Plasmoid" in two places in Readme.md

Given that KDE is a group of people (from kde.org) by calling it "KDE Plasmoid" it may give the impression that is actually a Plasmoid written by the KDE people themselves.

I would like to suggest that you change that "KDE Plasmoid" to just "Plasmoid", what do you think?

Also in the "Requires:" section you write "KDE desktop environment", which is correct, as it needs a desktop environment written by KDE, but not as accurate as possible.

I would like to suggest that you change that "KDE desktop environment" to "Plasma desktop environment", what do you think?

On the code side, are you thinking about enabling this for translations? I see you're missing a few i18n calls.

Cheers,
  Albert

>
> For those who don't know Arch Linux has you manually upgrade packages through
> the terminal.
>
> My Plasmoid is a front end for it.
>
> You can checkout my github page for screenshots and more information.
>
> https://github.com/I-Dream-in-Code/kde-arch-update-plasmoid
>
> Current Features:
>
> * change refresh interval
> * turn version numbers on and off
> * show upgrade in konsole or yakauke
> * AUR support
> * Custom Icon Support
>
> This affects not just Arch Linux itself but Arch-based distributions.
>
>
>
>




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Message: 3
Date: Wed, 18 Jul 2018 23:40:02 +0200
From: Luigi Toscano <luigi.toscano@xxxxxxxxxx>
To: kde-devel@xxxxxxx, Michael Harris <mike.a.harris@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: Arch Linux Update Notifier for KDE
Message-ID: <3c8d390c-8d72-51aa-5eaa-d018f9ee274a@xxxxxxxxxx>
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Michael Harris ha scritto:
> Hey all I wanted to help generate awareness for an Update Notifier plasmoid
> for Arch Linux and possibly create an online blog post to help people know
> about it.
>
> For those who don't know Arch Linux has you manually upgrade packages through
> the terminal.

Hi, I'm not an Arch user, but I was told that plasma-pk-updates and Discover,
through packagekit, can work also on Arch. Does this plasmoid work directly
with the package manager instead?

Ciao
--
Luigi

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Message: 4
Date: Thu, 19 Jul 2018 08:57:43 +0200
From: Stefano Crocco <stefano.crocco@xxxxxxxx>
To: kde-devel@xxxxxxx
Subject: Re: strange behavior of KCookieServer
Message-ID: <8909739.uGjOI8k4Gn@linux>
Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1"

On mercoledì 18 luglio 2018 23:31:38 CEST Albert Astals Cid wrote:
> El divendres, 13 de juliol de 2018, a les 17:20:10 CEST, Stefano Crocco va
escriure:
> > Hello to everyone,
>
> Hi, given that KCookieServer is part of the KIO framework I am suggesting
> you resend this email to kde-frameworks-devel@xxxxxxx where the KIO people
> are more prone to read this.
>
> Cheers,
>   Albert

Thanks for the advice. I'll do it.

Stefano


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