1. 12 Aug, 2016 1 commit
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  6. 19 Jul, 2016 1 commit
    • Daniel Vrátil's avatar
      korgac: only try to start Akonadi if it has been configured · ba1edc0b
      Daniel Vrátil authored
      Summary:
      korgac is autostarted on login. We don't want it to start up Akonadi
      though if the user has not set up Akonadi yet. In that case (i.e. when
      akonadiserverrc does not exist yet), korgac will wait for the server
      to be started and only then continues to set up ETM and other Akonadi
      stuff. If Akonadi has been configured previously, then korgac will
      just continue to create ETM and thus start Akonadi if necessary right
      after login.
      
      Reviewers: kde-pim
      
      Subscribers: lbeltrame, winterz
      
      Tags: #kde_pim
      
      Differential Revision: https://phabricator.kde.org/D2050
      ba1edc0b
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  15. 27 Oct, 2013 1 commit
    • Sergio Martins's avatar
      Cleanup GroupwareUiDelegate mess. · f6c79ef5
      Sergio Martins authored
      This removes the singleton and a bunch of statics initialization
      code that were spread through the code base.
      
      Also, a calendar isn't needed now, which speeds up things and
      saves memory if you have lots of incidences.
      
      counter proposals now almost work, they show the incidence editor
      only no e-mail is sent yet, a fix for that will go into kdepimlibs.
      f6c79ef5
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  22. 28 Jun, 2013 2 commits
    • Kevin Ottens's avatar
      Repair alarms part 3 · 1083a730
      Kevin Ottens authored
      At that point the incidence object the alarm was linked to doesn't exist
      anymore... So we instead use a custom property set by the ETMCalendar
      (that's part 2, committed in kdepimlibs).
      1083a730
    • Kevin Ottens's avatar
      Repair alarms part 1 · 6bbedda8
      Kevin Ottens authored
      We need to make sure all the collections are enabled, otherwise we'll
      never get to see any item in the calendar. I wonder if that ever worked,
      to me it looks like korgac could have been broken since the introduction
      of the KCheckableProxyModel.
      
      It is a rather crude implementation as we blindly enable all the
      available collections here. We might want to improve that later by
      enabling only a subset based on some settings (either specific to korgac
      or in sync with korganizer). That's to open up that path that I didn't
      simply use setCollectionFilteringEnabled(false) on purpose.
      6bbedda8
  23. 17 Jun, 2013 1 commit