On 2017/03/29 05:16 AM, deloptes wrote:
> E. Liddell wrote:
>> Check the wiki. I copied what architecture and design documentation I
>> could find on the KDE site into there (look under "Developers"). Most of
>> it's for the UI, though, so it may not cover everything you want.
> I don't know what you mean exactly. It is good information but not exactly
> what I need/expect.
> Lets go through a practical problem. Someone mentioned in the user list a
> problem with DnD of attachment from kmail to konqueror such that the file
> is created 0600 read-only, while save-as results in 0644.
> I had some time again after few months of heavy load and was curious if I
> could find the place in the code, but how do I find it? It's like looking
> in the dark room. The places I found where dnd is done seem to be in the
> opposite direction ... but not 100% sure - hence the question.
> Documentation is good for what is available, but for me as new to tde/kde3
> it is hard to put the puzzle together the first time I get to know part of
> It is just an example - I need a guide how to proceed in such cases. The
> problem/example is not high priority as I have other things on the todo
> list first.
I think it is difficult to find documentation at that level. The closest thing I can think of, is the Tqt and TDE
library API documentation. This goes info a fair bit of details but some parts are missing or quite generic.
Rather than that, it is a matter of navigating the code and try to understand which part is responsible for the
functionality you are looking for. This can be quite intimidating at the beginning (especially something like Konqueror)
but bit by bit your understanding will grow and so will your skills. I don't think there is any other way to dig into
such detail of the code, or if there is I am not aware of.