Openmoko Bug #1966: The qtopia addressbook does not provide a search bar

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Mon Sep 22 04:44:06 CEST 2008

#1966: The qtopia addressbook does not provide a search bar
    Reporter:  f.hackenberger at  |        Owner:  zecke   
        Type:  enhancement               |       Status:  new     
    Priority:  normal                    |    Milestone:          
   Component:  Qtopia                    |      Version:  Om2008.8
    Severity:  blocker                   |   Resolution:          
    Keywords:  PM                        |    Blockedby:          
Reproducible:                            |     Blocking:          

Comment(by zecke):

 Replying to [comment:15 Treviño]:
 > Replying to [comment:13 zecke]:
 > > Do you know git-add -i? This allows you stage single hunks from a
 file. Also it would be cool if you could make a git-commit (with author,
 email address) so I can easily apply it with git-am. Currently this
 involves using whois to get a name and mail address :)
 > Ah... I never used commands like git-add in projects where I can't
 commit directly with git-push, that's why I didn't used here (I also
 didn't know that I could have post here just )
 > BTW a lot of time ago, I've set my GIT_AUTHOR_* variables (to be used
 with git-commit), but the patches I've sent here are stored in a different
 > However maybe I'd need to read something more about using git just for
 sending patches... :P

 Use git-config --global to set author and mail address globally, use git-
 add -i to put hunks into your index, use git-commit to..., use git-format-
 patch origin/master to generate patches... then I can apply patches from
 within my mailer. But then again we should start looking into gitosis so
 people can push to people branches into our repositories. ;)

 > Replying to [comment:14 zecke]:
 > > Clearing HasPatch. I landed patches for the above mentioned issues.
 > Nice!
 > BTW, the same feature could be re-enabled also in the CallHistory. I
 didn't patch it since I didn't find that so useful, but today (while using
 my phone) I missed that feature q bit...
 > So what about enabling there too? Maybe adding a different configuration
 flag, so people could chose.

 Hmm. We should start grepping through qtopia for QThumbStyle and get a
 list of files? I'm happy to apply changes or do changes, changing defaults
 is something I'm not up to :)

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