It seems it doesn't horribly crash anymore (which happened also on a minimal dummy C file).
It fixes the issue with the kdelibs 4.x applications' systray icon not reacting correctly to clicks.
Thanks! The compatibility issue (see the bug) seems to be gone.
It works both against a gerrit server which requires a version >=1.27 (review.gerrithub.io) and a gerrit server which still works with older versions (review.opendev.org).
At least kmail, korganizer, akregator, kontact (and the related libraries) seems to be working.
It seems to be working.
KSudoku is able to create less standard games as well.
Tested with a few commands, including openstack server add floating ip, which was previously broken.
openstack server add floating ip
Tested most applications with no apparent regressions.
Tested a bunch of games, no regressions found - and there are no many changes in the games anyway.
Works for me (kontact, kmail, akregator, korganizer)
It seems to work as expected and I can re open konqueror after closing it.
It looks like it works.
It does not seems to crash (as reported in the past) and installation/removal seems to work. The status of the packages installed/removed is not immediately refreshed but it does not look like a regression.
Sorry, human error, I tested with the wrong version of digikam (installed after testing the rest of the update, but without enabling the update). digikam-5.7.0-4.fc27 starts.
PIM stuff works, but digikam still does not start. Do I need a digikam update?
No more stale highlighting.
Reported to be working by various users, time to push.
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