Saturday, 2021-05-22

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Mister_MagisterI checked the x-url-handler with one guy that has 4.1 and its working correctly! verynice13:13
attahNow if these handler could just automagically show up in the sharing options for sharing an url13:24
Mister_Magisterattah: what do you mean13:37
attahor does it work like that already?13:38
Mister_Magisterwhat do you mean13:38
attahI mean i.e. sharing a url from the browser, having the possibility to just "open with" one of the apps handling that domain according to x-url-handler13:38
Mister_Magisteryou can share url from browser?13:40
attahhamburger-ish meny, sharing button13:40
attah(next to download as pdf)13:41
Mister_Magisterwell i don't have 4.113:41
attahthought this was 4.0... but maybe not13:41
Mister_Magisterbut if you long press link u can share it too13:41
Mister_Magisteri have 3.313:41
Mister_Magisteractually 3.4 cause i made update recently13:42
Mister_Magisterwon't even look at 4.0 till i patch it13:42
attahlink, sure... but sharing current page is pretty nice too13:42
Mister_Magisterbut about the sharing menu13:42
Mister_Magisterthis is entirely different software13:42
attahcome on, the changes are mostly for the better - and on average suuuper worth it13:43
Mister_Magisterno they aren't for the better13:43
Mister_Magisterthey are worse and worse13:43
Mister_Magisterbut i'm not gonna discuss it13:43
Mister_Magisterbut one could make single handler in the sharing menu so that when u share url to it it would just open the link13:43
Mister_Magisterwhich would be simple and unsupported af13:43
attahtrue... but an additional extra that people would need to install, so a bit niche13:44
attahI'd like to be able to write apps where that is the normal entrypoint13:45
Mister_Magisteryou would need to make transferengine plugin that would just handle sharing mimetype url or smth idk what mimetype browser uses and then just open it like you would in any app13:45
Mister_Magisterbecause when you click url in browser its handled in the browser13:45
Mister_Magisterso you want some urls to be handled in system13:45
Mister_Magisteralternatively, you could add context action/button to browser13:45
Mister_Magisterwould need to talk to jolla guys13:46
attahI'd like toe open-with option(s) seamlessly added to the sharing menu really13:46
attahi feel a feature request brewing13:46
Mister_Magisteri mean like i said transferengine plugin would do13:46
attahbut tehy have something in the works with sharing already, so maybe let it settle and se how much is left13:46
Mister_Magisterbut transferengine plugin api is not public and highly unstable13:47
attahThey seem to be fixing sandboxing issues with process separation and some dbus stuff, so maybe soon apps can be allowed to share stuff, and perhaps even register to be shared to13:48
attahsince the reason to not allow it is going away implicitely13:49
Mister_Magisteri think sandboxing may be crashing my microtube app13:49
Mister_Magisterattah: what do you means allowed to share stuff13:49
Mister_Magisterapps are perfectly allowed to share stuff13:49
attahyou learn something every day :)13:49
attahwhy would it mess with your app unless you opted in to sandboxing?13:50
Mister_Magisterits broken on 4.1 aarch6413:50
malMister_Magister: sandboxing changes should not affect unsandboxed apps13:51
Mister_Magistermal: but its till broken13:51
Nico-old-defunctIf something is broken on aarch64, that probably isn't the sandboxing :313:51
Mister_Magisterbad idea but sure13:51
Mister_MagisterNico-old-defunct: okay okay13:51
Nico-old-defunct(I'm in the same boat)13:51
malyeah, if something only breaks in one arch then it's not likely to be sandboxing13:52
Mister_MagisterIs there some overlay in lipstick done by jolla? Something like droplet browser but done by jolla?13:52
attahMister_Magister: i wanted to look in to it... but it seems my hipster-git failed at the submodules13:57
Mister_Magisterattah: wdym13:58
attahthere is no extraordinary woodoo needed right?13:58
attah~/repos/microtube $ git submodule sync --recursive && git submodule update --init --force --recursive --depth=113:58
attahfatal: No url found for submodule path 'vendor/fr/grecko/sortfilterproxymodel' in .gitmodules13:58
attahBecause that's a submodule in the submodule... but why git doesn't get that i have no idea13:59
attahoh, well... --recursive in the initial cloning does it14:00
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Mister_Magisterattah: you using microtube?17:53
attahNo, just curious if there was an easy to spot error17:54
attahbut it wasn't really17:54
Mister_Magistereven more sad17:54
attahI'd have expected someone with your principles had stayed well away from nodejs though ;)17:55
* Mister_Magister sips beer17:59
Mister_Magisterattah: sometimes… you jsut have no other option17:59
attahi agree, just expected different17:59
Mister_Magisterattah: i wouldn't have to do anything if we weren't stuck at 5.617:59
Mister_Magisterim using minitube backend17:59
Mister_Magisterhe dropped his way of getting url and just used nodejs, he is compiling nodejs libs into simple .js file and running it inside qt. 5.12 has es6 so it works nicely (promises and shit) but 5.6 has es5 and it doesn't18:00
Mister_Magisteri tried recompiling it to es5 adding shims and shit18:01
Mister_Magisteryou can't even imagine how mad i got and how much time i spent on that18:01
attahyeah... that's painful18:01
Mister_Magisterand when i got it to run it wasn't working18:01
Mister_Magisterso i said18:01
Mister_Magisterand here we are18:01
Mister_Magisterstill despise nodejs18:01
Mister_Magisterbut if i didn't get the .js script to work i wouldn't prove my self as a webdev18:02
attahthe question being if that is something one wants to do...18:02
Mister_Magisterattah: what do you mean?18:03
attahi probably would consider a career type change before doing web18:04
x2sattah: or a rope. :D18:05
Mister_Magisterwebdev ain't bad18:05
Mister_Magisterstop hatin18:05
attahI did most of our REST api at work, and a automatic cli-gui crossover thingy to poke at it in Elm... i have had my fill for years18:06
attahand it wasn't even "normal" or quite properly web anyway18:07
Mister_Magisterwell you can do webdev in many ways18:08
Mister_Magisteri like my webdev job18:08
Mister_Magisterand it doesn't make having fun with qt feel same as work18:08
Mister_Magisterwas considering chaning job to some c++/qt but naaah18:08
Mister_Magisterattah: you usin any of my apps or none at all18:10
Mister_Magisterand yall can burn me on stake but i way more prefer php development structure/design idk how to call it than c++/qt18:13
Mister_Magisterand fuck js18:13
Mister_Magisterjs can go to hell18:13
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attahsorry, was getting icecram18:16
attahhmm, lemme check18:16
attahDoesn't look like it18:17
attahdon't doubt they are nice, just haven't scratched my itches i guess18:17
attahwhy sad?18:17
Mister_Magisterjsut sad18:18
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ThaodanMister_Magister: You like php but hate js what an irony23:15
Mister_MagisterThaodan: how so23:15
ThaodanThe usually go together because of web development23:15
Mister_Magisternot really23:16
Mister_Magisterits two different things23:16
Mister_Magisterand its isn't stopping me from hating js23:16
ThaodanWell if you do client side stuff then yes. I know that php is backend, so if you just do backend stuff.23:16
ThaodanSure it doesn't stop you for hating it, its just ironic23:17
Mister_Magisterif you say so23:17

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