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KGmailNotifier

   0.5.2  

KDE Mail Application

Score 85%
KGmailNotifier
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Link:  http://
Depends on  KDE 4.x
Downloads:  9282
Submitted:  Mar 29 2007
Updated:  Jul 9 2012

Description:

KGmailNotifier is a gmail notifier applet for KDE.

When new mail has arrived in your inbox a small window will popup, showing author and subject of the newest mail. The underlined link will take you right to your inbox with your preferred browser.

Bug reports, critic, compliments, suggestions, donations, etc. are highly welcome.


How to install:
mkdir build && cd build
cmake -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=`kde4-config --prefix` ..
make
make install (as root)

Currently, following languages have translation maintainers:
Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Slovak, Slovene, Spanish, Turkish




Changelog:

Changelog from 0.5.1 to 0.5.2:
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* Ported tray icon to status notifier item protocol
* Fix popup window positioning

Changelog from 0.5.0.2 to 0.5.1:
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* Improved KDE wallet handling

Changelog from 0.5.0.1 to 0.5.0.2:
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* More translation updates
* Dropped unmaintained translations

Changelog from 0.5.0 to 0.5.0.1:
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* Fixed i18n plural handling
* First translation updates

Changelog from 0.4.0-rc2 to 0.5.0:
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* Ported to KDE 4
* Rewrote popup animation code to work more smoothly under compositing window managers
* Various other improvements throughout the code




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 add functionnality

 
 by chatmoa on: Nov 29 2009
 
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perhaps it would be good to add googlewave check !


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 Crash at KDE logout

 
 by EagleScreen on: Nov 30 2009
 
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I am using KDE 4.3.3 from Ubuntu packages.
Kgmailnotifier 0.5.0.1 crash each time I close KDE session.


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 Re: Crash at KDE logout

 
 by marcel83 on: Nov 30 2009
 
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Hi

I'll need a some more information, since I can't reproduce that crash myself. You can try and run it from the command line and redirect the output to a file. That way the output could be analyzed on next login. Try running it e.g. like this:

kgmailnotifier --nocrashhandler --nofork > kgnout.txt

The --nocrashhandler option should cause a core dump file to be created which can then also be analyzed with gdb.

Since you're using a precompiled package you should also file a bug report for your distribution. It should be up to them to determine whether it's a distro-specific bug or an upstream bug.

Thanks.


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 Re: Re: Crash at KDE logout

 
 by marcel83 on: Nov 30 2009
 
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I just saw that I misread your comment. Filing a bug at Ubuntu probably won't help much if you compiled KGmailNotifier yourself (although it still could be a bug in Ubuntu's KDE packages).

Either way, the output and core dump would be helpful to find the cause of the crash.


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 Re: Re: Re: Crash at KDE logout

 
 by EagleScreen on: Dec 1 2009
 
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Hello, thanks for your attention.
I am also using kgmailnotifier from Ubuntu packages.
I have reported a Bug against Ubuntu package here:
https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/kgmailnotifier/+bug/490813

As you can see, I have attached a backtrace, I hope for it to be useful.
I don't see any way here to attach files, so please, take a look to the backtrace in the bug report.

The debugging method you proposed me (kgmailnotifier --nocrashhandler --nofork > kgnout.txt) is not providing me any useful information.
Please ask me anything you consider.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Crash at KDE logout

 
 by marcel83 on: Dec 1 2009
 
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The backtrace you've posted points to a bug in KDE/Qt. Whether it is an upstream bug or whether it is caused by a patch by the Ubuntu people I cannot tell, but I'm afraid I cannot do anything about it. Sorry.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Crash at KDE logout

 
 by marcel83 on: Dec 2 2009
 
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After further review I realized that the code responsible for handling the KDE wallet does gives room for potential race conditions. I've (hopefully) fixed that problem and will release an update shortly. Although the crash you are having also seems to be triggered by the same code (judging by the backtrace you posted), I doubt the two issues are related, since it would require KGmailNotifier to try and access the wallet the same moment it is terminated by KDE's logout routines. However KGmailNotifier only accesses the wallet once when it is started or whenever it's configuration is changed through the settings dialog. There should be no access to the wallet on termination.

Anyway, unless other people, using other distributions, encounter the same crash, I have no other choice but to consider this an Ubuntu-specific bug for now and leave it up to them to dig deeper (and possibly prove me wrong).

Best regards
Marcel


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Crash at KDE logout

 
 by marcel83 on: Dec 3 2009
 
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I rewrote and simplified the wallet handling code and released the update. If you have a chance to compile it yourself, please test it and let me know whether it works for you. Thanks.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Crash at KDE logout

 
 by EagleScreen on: Dec 4 2009
 
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I couldn't reproduce the crash with version 0.5.1.
Tested in KDE 4.3.2 and KDE 4.3.4. Therefore, I consider it as fixed.
Thanks you very much for your rapid attention.


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 Asking for password

 
 by fabrizio2210 on: Dec 9 2009
 
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Every time I switch on my pc, at startup, kgmailnotifier ask me to open my kwallet. I find this annoying. In kde 3 version, I can change the option to make remember to kgmailnotifier the password in a file (unsecure, I know). Can you implement this feature again?


Fabrizio2210
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 Re: Asking for password

 
 by marcel83 on: Dec 15 2009
 
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Hi

Storing passwords in plain text is a really bad idea and I have no plans on reintroducing that "feature".

Sorry.


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 Italian translation

 
 by fabrizio2210 on: Dec 9 2009
 
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I've translated the "it.po" in the unmaintained folder. If you want, I send you my version.


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 Re: Italian translation

 
 by marcel83 on: Dec 9 2009
 
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Hi

Please do so. I'll be happy to include your translations in the next release.

Thanks.


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 I couldn't install it

 
 by Psyduckogl on: Dec 16 2009
 
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Are you sure this is correct installation guide?

mkdir build && cd build
cmake -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=`kde4-config --prefix` ..
make
make install (as root)


(What type of dots after --prefix?)


I couldn't install it on my openSuse 11.2

Is the a rmp-based pack?


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 Re: I couldn't install it

 
 by marcel83 on: Dec 20 2009
 
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The instructions are correct. Most likely you don't have all the development files installed that are required for building KDE software. You should post the output of your failed compilation attempt so other people can help you.


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 No new messages

 
 by palirohar on: Dec 31 2009
 
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In gmail I set up filters which automatically move some messages to imap subfolder (archive message and add label). This messages are still unread (I see this in kmail), but this app doesnt show this new messages.

It is possible to show unread messages in other imap subfolder (they are archived unread messages with label)?


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 Re: No new messages

 
 by palirohar on: Dec 31 2009
 
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Ok, with google I fond atom feed for all unread messages:

https://mail.google.com/mail/feed/atom/unread

So I changed line in src/account.cpp from:

m_atomFileUrl->setPath("/mail/feed/atom");

to:

m_atomFileUrl->setPath("/mail/feed/atom/unread");

and this apps show me new messages. It is possible add this fix to new version?


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