aha, that makes sense.
Thank you for pointing that out. They have been removed now. Not in trunk
just yet to...going to test it a little bit more.
Good to know...will remember to remove the files as well in the future also.
2013/7/23 Krzysztof Kosiński <tweenk.pl@...>
> 2013/7/23 Christoffer Holmstedt <christoffer.holmstedt@...>:
> > While working on the metadata enhancements I've realised that there are
> > quite a few lines of dead code. Even the entire file of
> > document-metadata.cpp|h seems to be left overs from 0.48 when Document
> > Metadata was in its own window (now within document properties).
> > With limited testing going on (or perhaps just me missing out on it?)
> > is the best practice to remove as much dead code as possible and nothing
> > more without breaking stuff?
> > ### On a more specific problem
> > I've just tested to remove src/ui/dialog/document-metadata.cpp|h from
> > Makefile_insert and done a clean build though I ended up with a
> > error that I've a hard time understanding. First of all I think that the
> > DocumentMetadata is instantiated somewhere though the error message
> > to panel-dialog.h which is a template and to "/panel/home-dialog.h"
> which is
> > a file I don't think exists in the source. Any help is appreciated.
> The messages are scrambled because you are running the linker in
> parallel; the linker for inkscape is writing to the console at the
> same time as the linker for inkview, and you get a garbled mix of
> their messages.
> You are getting the linking errors because DocumentMetadata is still
> referenced in ui/dialog/dialog-manager.cpp lines 101 and 135 and
> verbs.cpp line 1950.
> When testing removal of files, you should not only remove them from
> Makefile_insert, but also remove them physically, e.g. using "bzr rm".
> You can always revert them later. When files are removed from
> makefiles but still present in the source tree, the headers can still
> be included, which will lead to errors once you actually remove the
> Regards, Krzysztof