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Sep 19, 2009

  1. Jakub Wieczorek

    Build the autotests and the examples in subdirectories.

    authored September 19, 2009
  2. Jakub Wieczorek

    Add a suggestions example that demonstrates how to use the suggestions

    extension with the OpenSearchEngine class.
    authored September 12, 2009

Sep 11, 2009

  1. Jakub Wieczorek

    Use CONFIG += ordered so that make would walk through the

    subdirectories one by one rather than all at once. This unbreaks the
    parallel build when sharing temporary objects.
    authored September 11, 2009
  2. Jakub Wieczorek

    Do not include build.pri in opensearch.pri as that would overwrite the

    existing values and makes no sense anyway.
    authored September 11, 2009
  3. Jakub Wieczorek

    Make the whole thing a shared library.

    Make the build more consistent and easier to use, by moving the
    compilation fruits to a top-level directory. Keep the temporary files,
    such as moc and object files, in separate subdirectories for each
    binary to make building in parallel possible.
    Save the old .pri file that now allows to use the code without the
    shared library.
    authored September 11, 2009

Sep 08, 2009

  1. Janusz Lewandowski

    Private Implementation of OpenSearchEngine, so it will be easier to p…

    …reserve ABI compatibility in the future.
    authored September 08, 2009 jakub- committed September 08, 2009

Aug 25, 2009

  1. Jakub Wieczorek

    Simplify the OpenSearchWriter class by moving all the logic concerning

    particular elements to separate functions. This significantly improved
    the readability.
    authored August 26, 2009
  2. Jakub Wieczorek

    Add support for tags.

    authored August 25, 2009

Aug 21, 2009

  1. Jakub Wieczorek

    Add an abstract delegate class that can be subclassed to provide a

    custom processing of search requests.
    
    Up until now, if the client had wanted to perform a search request, it
    would have had to grab URL, query parameters and request method and set
    it up all on its own.
    Now the OpenSearchEngine class will do the job, leaving only the final
    part up to the client (i.e. how a request should be performed).
    
    One can still use it in the old way, of course.
    authored August 22, 2009

Jul 27, 2009

  1. Jakub Wieczorek

    Support POST request method.

    authored July 27, 2009

Jul 23, 2009

  1. Jakub Wieczorek

    Encode the user input before inserting it into the template.

    Add one test case and fix another one which was clearly incorrect.
    authored July 23, 2009

Jul 22, 2009

  1. Jakub Wieczorek

    Add API documentation.

    authored July 22, 2009

Jul 21, 2009

  1. Jakub Wieczorek

    Initial commit.

    authored July 22, 2009
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