Monthly report - December

Hello,

This month was full of work and I did not have much time to do things which I would love to do.

KDevelop

Some patches I made (!66, !68, !75) were accepted and will be part of the KDevelop 5.5.

Falkon

We are still walking on edge when it comes to Python plugin support. The problem is there is probably “only” me who is testing the patch for real to ensure the patch is correct, but since there was no time…

In this way I would like to ask anyone to help with solving this issue.

On the other end, at the end of this month (year) I finally found a bit of time and tried to port Falkon code away from deprecated things. If there is any problem please create report at bug tracker

Conclusion

That is all what I deem worthy of praise.

Happy new year and happy coding.

Articles from blogs I follow:

KDE-FreeBSD CI

KDE runs a whole bunch of Continuous Integration (CI) builders. These try to build KDE software from version control all the time, and are triggered by commits from developers. We might quibble over the name “CI”, but at least we know most of the time tha…

via [bobulate] April 26, 2022

Announcing the Hare programming language

The “secret programming language” I have been teasing for several months now is finally here! It is called Hare, and you can read about it on the Hare blog: https://harelang.org/blog/2022-04-25-announcing-hare/ Check it out!

via Drew DeVault's blog April 25, 2022

About Logging

TL;DR: This post also talks about the problems I faced while working on my logging. To log to syslog from within my containers that do not support configuring a remote syslog server, I had syslog-ng expose a unix domain socket and mounte…

via PapaTutuWawa's Blog April 16, 2021

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