[Libreoffice-qa] Web Wizard ported to python
jfernandez at igalia.com
Tue May 21 08:06:50 PDT 2013
I'm not sure whether there is something required from my side to help on
the integration of the python Web Wizard in the new release. I did my
best to test all the functionalities but there is likely a substantial
amount of code that could have been not touched by my tests.
I'll be willing to help on anything you consider relevant to ease the
integration in the next release.
I could attach a patch or rebasing my working branch "feature/pyweb-wizard".
On 09/05/13 16:30, Javier Fernandez wrote:
> Hi Pedro,
> On 09/05/13 12:04, Pedro wrote:
>> Do you know if the patch is included in the recently released Alpha1
>> (probably not since it was pushed to master yesterday)?
> I guess it's not integrated yet.
>> Can you provide a link to the patch in gerrit (e.g.
> Well, I've been working on the "feature/pyweb-wizard" remote branch, and
> we pushed the changes directly to master. That branch has not all the
> commits, since some additional changes were required after pushing the
> branch to master.
> I can provide a single and clean patch with all the changes, if
> required, including the removal of the java files. I think the java
> version should stay in the master branch for the time being, while the
> QA tests verify that all the functionality has been ported correctly.
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