Tuesday, 2018-05-29

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r0kk3rzqtbase takes a while to build :)10:13
T4<neochapay> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3inf40x62RM11:20
w00tr0kk3rz: pray you never need to touch qtwebkit or webengine :)11:21
r0kk3rzw00t: browser engines are beasts indeed11:21
T4<K31j0> In terms of eating resources too :P11:22
r0kk3rz@neochapay: not sure about the full screen 'are you sure' dialog11:27
T4<neochapay> @r0kk3rz [@neochapay: not sure about the full screen 'ar …], it`s not finish version but why not ?11:28
r0kk3rzbut the other major OSs dont do things like that11:28
r0kk3rzand imo sailfish's remorse dialogs just slow things down...11:29
T4<K31j0> which reverse dialogs?11:29
T4<neochapay> I think i finish all functionality and merge it to 0.29 branch - in this branch we can fix and code. But first add all functionality of extended bar11:30
T4<neochapay> @K31j0 [which reverse dialogs?], see video11:30
T4<neochapay> @K31j0 [which reverse dialogs?], [Edit] look at video11:30
T4<K31j0> Yeah, this11:37
T4<K31j0> I think these timers of sailfish are nice, but 5 seconds is probably too much11:37
malI think 3 seconds could be better11:38
T4<neochapay> yea...it`s just for testing now11:39
T4<K31j0> mal: yeah, was about to say that as well11:43
r0kk3rzclang takes a while to clang too12:30
T4<K31j0> lineage14 sources for my sirius are built on clang with no way to disable it12:33
T4<K31j0> I had to install some obsolete ncurses to build it, goddamnit12:33
r0kk3rzncurses? wut?12:33
T4<K31j0> I don't know, prebuilt clang threw errors that there's no ncurses12:34
T4<K31j0> Google's prebuilds ftw12:34
r0kk3rzso it does have a dep, i didnt even notice12:34
T4<K31j0> fortunatelly I'm on gentoo and ncurses is slotted12:34
NeoChapaylocusf: https://github.com/nemomobile/qtquickcontrols-nemo/pull/6513:33
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