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TaskList plugin for KDevelop

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TaskList plugin for KDevelop
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TaskList plugin for KDevelop
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Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  137
Submitted:  Mar 24 2011

Description:

Plugin for KDevelop to manage Tasks/ToDos

still very early development stage but usable to a certain extent.
contributions welcome ;)

See http://gitorious.org/tasklist for source...
the repository also contains a library, a standalone app and a plasma applet.
the library is the core of the plugin and the app is mostly intended for testing the library but works pretty well to manage tasks/todos.
the plasma applet is currently not very usable...

integration with redmine to manage issues is on the list of planned features.




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 Akonadi Integration

 
 by cola on: Mar 25 2011
 
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Did you think about integration with Akonadi/KDEPIM? It would be great if I would have a Readmine-Akonadi-Ressource that takes care both for KOrganizer and my TODOs as well as at KDevelop for specific TODOs at my projects. IMHO that would allow a lot of overhead for synchronization etc. that Akonadi solves already in a very smooth way.


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 Re: Akonadi Integration

 
 by nehlsen on: Mar 25 2011
 
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to use akonadi was my original intention, but i could not find any special ressources for todos but only calendar items in general. maybe i did not research it enough ;)
i will look into that again!

writing a redmine ressource for akonadi is certainly an interesting idea, i will definitly look into that too!


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 Re: Re: Akonadi Integration

 
 by cola on: Mar 25 2011
 
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Afaik KOrganizer saves all its TODOs as events. But for more information I suggest the KDEPIM-mailing-list. Judging from some recent blogs (http://thomasmcguire.wordpress.com/2011/02/27/facebook-support-in-kdepim/) it also should no be that hard to write a backend for Akonadi. At least using Akonadi avoids all kinds of trouble that relates to synchronization.

Greetings,
Andreas

PS: Just heard from one of the ChiliProject guys (fork of Redmine): he suggests to use the REST-API for such a backend...


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 Re: Re: Re: Akonadi Integration

 
 by voondo on: Oct 4 2011
 
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Hi,
I quickly wrote an integration of redmine for akonadi : https://github.com/voondo/akonadi_redmine_resource

It's in very early stage and there is a lot of room for improvements, so feel free to fork ;)


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 cool :)

 
 by milianw on: Apr 8 2011
 
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hey there,

very nice to see quasi 3rd-party plugins comming up. Make sure to follow this, then once you are somewhat confident propose it to us for inclusion. I bet others find this useful as well.

PS: akonadi integration might be nice, but maybe it's a bit overkill. if it would be a simple .xml file or similar it could be added to the project's source folder and shared between developers...


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 Re: cool :)

 
 by nehlsen on: Apr 13 2011
 
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hi,

nice, the kdevelop man himself ;)

sorry for no updates in a quite long time, but i investigated the akonadi idea quite a bit and came to the conclusion that i want it!

Quote:
...if it would be a simple .xml file or similar it could be added to the project's source folder and shared between developers...

i thought that too and am already using it for at least one of my projects. nice side effect is that it is synced with the usual version control system (GIT)
i tried to find a way to get a project specific configuration but failed to find any.
care to give me a hint to point me in the right direction?


to everybody else: tell me if you are using it or like to use it if it just had feature xy... or i might think '...nobody else is using it so why bother improving it...'


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