[REVIEW 3-6] [REVIEW 3-5] fdo#46250

Noel Power nopower at suse.com
Thu Aug 16 08:42:10 PDT 2012

On 16/08/12 15:53, Kohei Yoshida wrote:
> On 08/16/2012 06:31 AM, Noel Power wrote:
>> please consider cherry-picking
>> http://cgit.freedesktop.org/libreoffice/core/commit/?id=7bfb229230a439c2edb3e8452fe0d3430f9931ce
> I see the point of this change, but...
> Isn't this a bit too hacky?  I'd rather not add this sort of "are you 
> Calc"? type of check in the framework code, but delegate such 
> app-specific stuff to the application side...
no, as far as I can tell it is the framework code that is blanket 
ignoring ( if unix ) the state set by the application code ( this code 
here runs 'after' the application specific code ) , the alternative is 
like the comment says to remove this 'hack' when each application 
handles the state properly. Now, it maybe that an alternative solution 
right now is to just remove this 'hack' in the framework code and move 
the 'hack' ( I mean just set the state to enabled in each application if 
platform is linux ) I'm not anymore comfortable with that ordetermining 
if blanket setting those states in those applications ( that I don't 
have much clue about ) is a really good idea anyway. And certainly for 
3.5/3.6 I would suggest that the approach above is the least risky way 
to do it. But.. open to suggestions


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