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[PATCH] KDE and GCC warnings

Stephen Torri
Attached is a patch which addresses the compiler warnings I receive for
general C++ problems by GCC and KDE deprecated functions. In regards to
the KDE I hope I updated them correctly to use the new functions. The C
++ problems stemmed a lot from converting or comparing different types
(e.g. convert float to int, compare int to unsigned int).

Consider this a janitorial patch. If there any other janitor duties I
will consider them. Right now I am still stuck on how to create a simple
QT window that is displayed when a icon is clicked on in the main
window. Its this new icon that I want to use to start my guitar tab
editor.

Stephen

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Re: [PATCH] KDE and GCC warnings

dmmcintyr (Bugzilla)
On Friday 13 May 2005 08:52 pm, Stephen Torri wrote:

> Consider this a janitorial patch. If there any other janitor duties I

Applies and builds cleanly, and I didn't see any warnings.  Good job on that
much, and it's nice to see all those irritating warnings quashed.  However, I
will have to leave it to somebody else to take a harder look and make sure
you haven't done anything that breaks our compatibility with older versions
of KDE or older compilers.  The last time someone (you?) tried to do
something like this, there were problems.

> will consider them. Right now I am still stuck on how to create a simple
> QT window that is displayed when a icon is clicked on in the main
> window. Its this new icon that I want to use to start my guitar tab
> editor.

Where are you stuck?  Getting the icon there in the first place, or getting
your code to run off of it?

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Re: [PATCH] KDE and GCC warnings

Stephen Torri
On Fri, 2005-05-13 at 23:40 -0400, Silvan wrote:

> On Friday 13 May 2005 08:52 pm, Stephen Torri wrote:
>
> > Consider this a janitorial patch. If there any other janitor duties I
>
> Applies and builds cleanly, and I didn't see any warnings.  Good job on that
> much, and it's nice to see all those irritating warnings quashed.  However, I
> will have to leave it to somebody else to take a harder look and make sure
> you haven't done anything that breaks our compatibility with older versions
> of KDE or older compilers.  The last time someone (you?) tried to do
> something like this, there were problems.

I have never submitted a patch to rosegarden yet so I cannot claim to
any previous efforts. My copy of rosegarden is from CVS so I made sure
the patch was against the HEAD version.

My setup here has KDE 3.3 and 3.4 using gcc 3.3.5 to compile. Since the
automake setup is configured to use KDE 3.3 and the scons setup uses KDE
3.4 I can simply test the same tree against both versions depending on
whether I call 'make' or 'scons'.

> > will consider them. Right now I am still stuck on how to create a simple
> > QT window that is displayed when a icon is clicked on in the main
> > window. Its this new icon that I want to use to start my guitar tab
> > editor.
>
> Where are you stuck?  Getting the icon there in the first place, or getting
> your code to run off of it?

Getting the icon there in the first place. I thought that my code should
be added to gui/rosegardengui.cpp. I will need to spend time tomorrow
looking at how the windows like "MIDI mixer" is placed in the main
window. This goes to my earlier question about UML. I asked that
question to see if there were any class or sequence diagrams for
rosegarden.

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Re: [PATCH] KDE and GCC warnings

dmmcintyr (Bugzilla)
On Saturday 14 May 2005 01:30 am, Stephen Torri wrote:

> I have never submitted a patch to rosegarden yet so I cannot claim to
> any previous efforts. My copy of rosegarden is from CVS so I made sure
> the patch was against the HEAD version.

OK, that was someone else then.  The guy was trying to be helpful by cleaning
up all the warnings, and the way he did it broke our compatibility with KDE
3.1 or something.  I don't remember the details.  I'm not sufficiently
cognizant of the broader issues here to have an opinion one way or the other,
but I do appreciate your effort, and I hope it passes muster.

> Getting the icon there in the first place. I thought that my code should
> be added to gui/rosegardengui.cpp. I will need to spend time tomorrow
> looking at how the windows like "MIDI mixer" is placed in the main
> window. This goes to my earlier question about UML. I asked that
> question to see if there were any class or sequence diagrams for
> rosegarden.

Find some menu to stick your new action on, then make a menu entry and a
toolbar entry in rosegardenui.rc

Then find a suitable place in rosegardengui.cpp to stick in the KAction bit
where you load your icon and connect your menu/toolbar action to a slot.

Then find some suitable place to stick your slot.

Presto.  Examples abound.

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Re: [PATCH] KDE and GCC warnings

Pedro Lopez-Cabanillas-2
On Saturday 14 May 2005 09:09, Silvan wrote:
> On Saturday 14 May 2005 01:30 am, Stephen Torri wrote:
> > I have never submitted a patch to rosegarden yet so I cannot claim to
> > any previous efforts. My copy of rosegarden is from CVS so I made sure
> > the patch was against the HEAD version.
>
> OK, that was someone else then.  The guy was trying to be helpful by
> cleaning up all the warnings, and the way he did it broke our compatibility
> with KDE 3.1 or something.  

Explanation needed here. I was the conservative party trying to keep
compatibility with old KDE 3.1 libs.

Requirements for Rosegarden [1] are KDE 3.x, Qt 3.x, and GCC 3.x, but as  
nobody cares for it, i guess that KDE 3.0 is no longer supported. The minimum
KDE libraries that I can test are KDE 3.1 [2], but RG should compile and work  
under newer releases [3] too.

Some of your changes may break compatibility with KDE 3.1, and some other
don't, let's see some examples:

* KStdAccel::key() -> KStdAccel::shortcut()
OK, because key() is deprecated even in KDE 3.1, and shortcut() is available
for KDE 3.1 and above.

* KLineEditDlg -> KInputDialog
This change breaks compatibility. KInputDialog has been introduced in KDE 3.2,
but KLineEditDlg is still available under KDE 3.4, as a deprecated class.

* KIO::NetAccess::download()
Same as above, the three argument method was introduced in KDE 3.2

I couldn't compile RG with your patch, so there can be other issues with GCC,
Qt or KDE. I don't know.

[1] Requirements
http://www.rosegardenmusic.com/getting/requirements/

[2] KDE 3.1 Library Reference
http://developer.kde.org/documentation/library/3.1-api/index.html

[3] KDE 3.4 Library Reference

Regards,
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Re: [PATCH] KDE and GCC warnings

Chris Cannam
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On Saturday 14 May 2005 04:40, Silvan wrote:
> [...] breaks our
> compatibility with older versions of KDE or older compilers.  The
> last time someone (you?) tried to do something like this, there were
> problems.

It was Eckhard Jokisch, and it broke KDE 3.1 compatibility which some of
us (I think Pedro?) needed at the time (never mind other users).

A shame, because the deprecation warnings are incredibly irritating.  
Perhaps a patch to KDE to remove them... (arf).

See what others have to say on that now, but I'm sure we can happily
take the C++ fixes (I particularly like the one to
rosegardencanvasview).


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Re: [PATCH] KDE and GCC warnings

Pedro Lopez-Cabanillas-2
On Saturday 14 May 2005 11:54, Chris Cannam wrote:
> See what others have to say on that now, but I'm sure we can happily
> take the C++ fixes (I particularly like the one to
> rosegardencanvasview).

My email is blocked again. I can't post from Telefonica or Gmail. Attached is
my answer for the thread, that couldn't reach the mailing lists.

Regards,
Pedro



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Re: [PATCH] KDE and GCC warnings

Guillaume Laurent
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On Saturday 14 May 2005 02:52, Stephen Torri wrote:
> Right now I am still stuck on how to create a simple
> QT window that is displayed when a icon is clicked on in the main
> window.

Have you checked out some of the KDE tutorials ? This one should answer a lot
of your questions :

http://developer.kde.org/documentation/tutorials/xmlui/preface.html

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Re: [PATCH] KDE and GCC warnings

Guillaume Laurent
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On Saturday 14 May 2005 11:54, Chris Cannam wrote:
>
> See what others have to say on that now, but I'm sure we can happily
> take the C++ fixes (I particularly like the one to
> rosegardencanvasview).

I'm fine with most of it, and at this point I'm not sure keeping compatibility
with 3.1 is worth the hassle.

The only thing I don't like is completely removing names of unused variables
in prototypes like this :

-Composition::dump(std::ostream& out, bool full) const
+Composition::dump(std::ostream& out, bool) const

the name of the variable does convey useful information, so to avoid the
warning you should just comment it out.

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Re: [PATCH] KDE and GCC warnings

Guillaume Laurent
In reply to this post by Pedro Lopez-Cabanillas-2
On Saturday 14 May 2005 12:24, Pedro Lopez-Cabanillas wrote:
> My email is blocked again. I can't post from Telefonica or Gmail. Attached
> is my answer for the thread, that couldn't reach the mailing lists.

Your messages do get through (at least from telefonica), even though they may
take a while. That message you attached just arrived on its own.

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Re: [PATCH] KDE and GCC warnings

Stephen Torri
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On Sat, 2005-05-14 at 13:46 +0200, Guillaume Laurent wrote:

> On Saturday 14 May 2005 11:54, Chris Cannam wrote:
> >
> > See what others have to say on that now, but I'm sure we can happily
> > take the C++ fixes (I particularly like the one to
> > rosegardencanvasview).
>
> I'm fine with most of it, and at this point I'm not sure keeping compatibility
> with 3.1 is worth the hassle.
>
> The only thing I don't like is completely removing names of unused variables
> in prototypes like this :
>
> -Composition::dump(std::ostream& out, bool full) const
> +Composition::dump(std::ostream& out, bool) const
>
> the name of the variable does convey useful information, so to avoid the
> warning you should just comment it out.

Sure. Another way is to put the name of the variable in the comment
above the function declaration stating its unused and what purpose it
will serve if it is used.

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Re: [PATCH] KDE and GCC warnings

dmmcintyr (Bugzilla)
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On Saturday 14 May 2005 05:14 am, Pedro Lopez-Cabanillas wrote:

> Explanation needed here. I was the conservative party trying to keep
> compatibility with old KDE 3.1 libs.

This *did* come through, Pedro.

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Re: [PATCH] KDE and GCC warnings

Stephen Torri
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On Sat, 2005-05-14 at 03:09 -0400, Silvan wrote:
> > Getting the icon there in the first place. I thought that my code should
> > be added to gui/rosegardengui.cpp. I will need to spend time tomorrow
> > looking at how the windows like "MIDI mixer" is placed in the main
> > window. This goes to my earlier question about UML. I asked that
> > question to see if there were any class or sequence diagrams for
> > rosegarden.
>
> Find some menu to stick your new action on, then make a menu entry and a
> toolbar entry in rosegardenui.rc

Ok. I missed this part. The KDE tutorials gave me a lot of help on this.

> Then find a suitable place in rosegardengui.cpp to stick in the KAction bit
> where you load your icon and connect your menu/toolbar action to a slot.

Speaking of icons what guidelines and tools do people use to make those.
I have been typically a programmer and not much of a graphics artist. I
have a need to create more GUIs so learning about creating icons would
be great.

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Re: [PATCH] KDE and GCC warnings

Pedro Lopez-Cabanillas-2
In reply to this post by dmmcintyr (Bugzilla)
On Saturday 14 May 2005 21:56, Silvan wrote:
> On Saturday 14 May 2005 05:14 am, Pedro Lopez-Cabanillas wrote:
> > Explanation needed here. I was the conservative party trying to keep
> > compatibility with old KDE 3.1 libs.
>
> This *did* come through, Pedro.

Yes, thanks. I've just thrown the tin foil now...

Regards,
Pedro



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Re: [PATCH] KDE and GCC warnings

Vladimir Savic
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On Sat, 14 May 2005 22:02:19 +0200, Stephen Torri <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Speaking of icons what guidelines and tools do people use to make those.
> I have been typically a programmer and not much of a graphics artist. I
> have a need to create more GUIs so learning about creating icons would
> be great.

There are no guidlines... It's all about human perception. Keep it simple,  
stupid is the best way, always. I'm graphic design student and only thing  
I can tell you for sure is - professors never though us how to make things  
(conceptuary), but only technique. It's all about comprehansion, of how  
humans are guided in creative works. One has it or not.

If this looks like philosophy to you than better leave that graphic work  
to someone else. :) I'm sure there are many listeners to this list who are  
will to do the work for you. Take a look to the bright side... You will  
have much more time for codeing. :)

Hope you haven't get me wrong. Anyway, the best way to learn something is  
to drop an eye to someons other's work. Just observe what others have done  
up to now. If you need more concrete answer or any other kind of help,  
feel free to contact me. We're in this together :)

Vlada

>
> Stephen
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Re: [PATCH] KDE and GCC warnings

dmmcintyr (Bugzilla)
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On Saturday 14 May 2005 04:02 pm, Stephen Torri wrote:

> Speaking of icons what guidelines and tools do people use to make those.
> I have been typically a programmer and not much of a graphics artist. I
> have a need to create more GUIs so learning about creating icons would
> be great.

You could just do what everybody else does.  Do the code with no icon at all.  
Someone, usually me, will get sick of looking at the generic "no icon" icon
and come up with something.  There's no particular reason for you to bother
unless you just enjoy shuffling pixels around.

As far as guidelines and stuff...  I don't know.  I'm sure there's some
treatise on the subject, but I haven't read it.  Someone was trying to get me
to look at some Human Interface Guidelines once, but I kept falling asleep
trying to wade through it all.

Just look in gui/pixmaps/toolbar to get an idea for how everything else works
and try to make your stuff follow suit.  I edit everything with the GIMP, but
if you don't know the GIMP, you can probably make do with a lesser editor.

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Re: [PATCH] KDE and GCC warnings

dmmcintyr (Bugzilla)
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On Saturday 14 May 2005 11:43 pm, Vladimir Savic wrote:

> feel free to contact me. We're in this together :)

Speaking of which, I thought about you a moment ago when I said "usually me."

What usually happens is I come up with something, and then you come up with
something everyone likes better, and my work goes into the bit bucket.  :)

Which reminds me, Icon Boy :P ...  I'm going over the last minute edit of my
Rosegarden book, and it strikes me that the "scalpel" icon I tried to do for
the "advanced event editor" looks really stupid.  More like a fountain pen
than a scalpel.  I present you the opportunity to send another of my drawings
to the bit bucket and come up with something better for that.  It should
almost certainly be on the same piece of paper as the pencil icon beside it
(the regular, non-advanced editor), but otherwise, knock yourself out.  What
says "advanced" to you relative to a pencil?  (Unless it's a fountain pen,
then we'll just pretend the icon is supposed to be a fountain pen, and let it
go.)

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Re: [PATCH] KDE and GCC warnings

Vladimir Savic
On Sun, 15 May 2005 19:12:30 +0200, Silvan  
<[hidden email]> wrote:

> On Sunday 15 May 2005 10:42 am, you wrote:
>
>> > Speaking of which, I thought about you a moment ago when I said  
>> "usually
>> > me."
>
>> Wouldn't mind if you'd noted me too :)
>
> Which is why I tried to make sure to go back and give you credit too.  :)

Fair eniugh! Thanks.

> It's probably still fair to say I am the one who "usually" does this,  
> but that
> might only be because I have CVS access, and I get there first.  :)

Nope! I'd note that to your diligent nature. To the rosegarden project as  
far as I concern. :)

>> Actually that was only once, a long time ago, with that manage midi  
>> device
>> icon. But you must admit that your idea was not "happily ever after"  
>> one.
>> Only then we had seriously different point of view.
>
> Probably others too.  I was just punching you in the arm in a friendly  
> way,
> BTW, in case that wasn't obvious.

It was! But I had to return punch to see reaction, dude. ;)

>> Maybe, but just maybe, we could place shiny little star in the upper  
>> left
>> corner of icon. That usually means advanced in some wierd free style
>
> Little star means "new" in KDE and in Rosegarden, so that might be  
> confusing.
> Unless it's obviously different from the little yellow "new" star.

OK then! But what about little gear wheel (pinion - is that the right  
word?)!? That is apparently low-level enough in advanced meaning :), isn't  
it?

>> design. Don't ask me why! Another one. What about applaying polish metal
>> look to scalpel (or technical pen for that purpose). I don't know. I'm
>> writing whatever comes on my mind right now. Suggestions.
>
> Doesn't have to be a scalpel.  Knock yourself out if you're bored,  
> otherwise,
> worry not.

Who isn't bored from time to time? What deadline we're talking about?

>> Additionaly, I'm will to redraw all the icon of that editor.  
>> Particualary
>> that yellow star and X. Are there others? I guess not! There are "times"
>> icons, but that are good enough especially for not gray backgrouds  
>> (except
>> black). Just to make them bigger and precise.
>
>> I like star=new concept. Is it yours Silvan?
>
> No, stole it from KDE.  I think I stole that star you want to redraw
> *directly* from KDE.  :) I just made it smaller as necessary to make it  
> fit
> in with other things.
>
> I think.  It was a long time ago.

I haven't seen stars in a long time. Anyway, if I am wrong, and it is  
stolen from kde, then it was kde version  
0.05beta1prerelease1inplanning0.5.  Well, even kde's design can be  
improved. :) Modesty is my second name! :P

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