Wednesday, 2018-06-27

*** frinring_ is now known as frinring08:19
piggzis there an api for an app to read the default weather conditions provided by the weather app?09:50
piggzabranson: ^ what did rockpool do? custom implementation?09:52
abransonpiggz: yeah09:57
abransonnothing to do with the jolla app - straight from a weather provider09:58
piggzabranson: im suffereing from a case of "cant be arsed" to write yest another weather provider interfacing app ... seems like there should be a local api for such things10:19
r0kk3rzit would be nice10:23
r0kk3rzbut thats sailfish for you, the developer offering isnt particularly 'batteries included'10:23
fledermausspeaking of, is there current recommendation for a replacement battery for the J1? Mine has done great service but it's starting to edge towards the lower end of what's an acceptable capacity for me.10:29
r0kk3rzi think theres a thread on tjc about it10:29
tadzikthat's a word I haven't heard in a long time10:32
tadzik"ta" :)10:33
fledermausnot derived from tak, except insofar as thanks and tak may be related :)10:34
tadzikso, jolla restored my paid features (\o/) but android support seems stuck on "Waiting" when installing; are there logs for this thing?10:34
tadzikfledermaus: I think they are in scandinavian languages :)10:34
tadzikin Polish tak just means "yes"10:34
fledermauswell, english is technically a germanic/norse language10:34
fledermausbut here "ta" is just a colloquialism for "thanks"10:35
fledermausI am aware of the polish meaning.10:35
r0kk3rzid expect ta and tak probably are related, theres lots of colloquial english thats remnants from viking occupation10:35
tadzikdoes Store has its installation logs somewhere?10:38
fledermausta seems to have been attested circa 1770, per the OED, so if it's a viking/danelaw thing it was underground for a looong time10:42
fledermausobv, we can't rule it out, but usually that would havwe been attested much earlier10:42
r0kk3rzor it was so widely understood that nobody bothered to write it down10:42
fledermausin 700 years? :)10:43
fledermausotoh it's definitely relates to danish/etc tak as it comes from "thanks"10:44
fledermausso really all we're arguing about was was it one step or two10:45
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direc85Hi. I'm running the latest Sailfish SDK on Ubuntu 18.04 and I am unable to update and release translation files, because the executable files do not exist:18:03
direc85The files being /home/user/SailfishOS/mersdk/targets/SailfishOS- and .../lrelease18:04
direc85Do I have to install something or set paths before I can use lrelease and lupdate functionality in the Tools menu?18:04
direc85This is weird.18:11
* direc85 pulls hair out18:35
direc85OK, I think I got it...18:35
direc85I had to ssh into SailfishSDK virtual machine, and do the following:18:35
direc85export QMAKESPEC=/srv/mer/targets/SailfishOS-
direc85cd /home/src1/path/to/project18:37
direc85 /srv/mer/targets/SailfishOS- harbour-applicationname.pro18:38
direc85And *then* the translation files got updated. Phew. I'll figure the rest of this out in the Sailfish SDK / Qt Creator side and post my findings to TJC.18:39
r0kk3rzim not sure you should use the targets like that18:39
direc85True, perhaps. But it pointed me to the root cause:19:00
direc85There was some GIT conflict code in one of the .ts files, which aborted the whole .ts/.qm process, resulting in no translation work done whatsoever.19:01
direc85The error is visible in Compile Output when deploying the RPM to emulator.19:02
direc85So, the defaults work as expected - when deploying the RPM.19:03
direc85The lupdate and lrelease commands in the Tools menu don't work, as Sailfish OS runs outside MerSDK.19:04
direc85Live and learn. Sorry for spamming :)19:04
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