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    • Pino Toscano's avatar
      i18n fixes · 6be8fe5d
      Pino Toscano authored
      svn path=/trunk/KDE/kdeedu/kig/; revision=701822
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    • Laurent Montel's avatar
      Fix error · ea9a8f8e
      Laurent Montel authored
      svn path=/trunk/KDE/kdeedu/kig/; revision=522352
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    • Pino Toscano's avatar
      Adding the support for editing a Python script. · f19f602c
      Pino Toscano authored
      It's possible to start the diting by right-clicking on an object created by a
      script and then selecting Edit Script.
      It includes full undo/redo support.
      
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    • Pino Toscano's avatar
      Make the ScriptWizard compile and link again, thanks also to Maurizio. Thanks! · 5b4816e7
      Pino Toscano authored
      As the katepart seems crashy at startup, for the moment it's disabled, so the
      wizard will fall back on a simple KTextEdit - this means no indentation and no
      advantanges of the katepart, but at least the scripting functionalities in Kig
      are up again.
      
      CCMAIL: Maurizio Paolini <paolini@dmf.unicatt.it>
      
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    • Pino Toscano's avatar
      New work on Kig. · 4450d45a
      Pino Toscano authored
      This commit introduces the Kate KTextEditor interface in the script code editor of the script wizard. Through its interfaces we can use the undo/redo, cut/copy/paste functions and the syntax highlighting of the code.
      If no KTextEditor::Document is found, then will be used a simpler KTextEdit.
      
      Moreover, this commit make some i18n fixes, and close bug #67697 (Image for self-defined object)
      
      CCMAIL: 67697-done@bugs.kde.org
      
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    • Dominique Devriese's avatar
      Committing Kig Python support. It is in beta stage. It is usable, I · 5c3cbce0
      Dominique Devriese authored
      have fixed all problems I ran into here locally, but I need testers
      for the autoconf scripts, and random other unforeseen bugs.  If you
      feel like helping, here are instructions on what to do, copied from a
      mail I am also sending to the kde-edu-devel, kde-edu and kde-devel
      mailing lists.
      
      Comments about the autoconf logic I have written ( check out
      configure.in.in and configure.in.bot ) are of course also more than
      welcome.
      
      * optionally install both libboost-python-dev and libpython-dev ( I
        need testers both for the case of these being present, and not, so
        this is an optional step )...
      
      * cvs up kdeedu to cvs HEAD, or download it anew if you don't have it
        already. For instructions, see:
        http://edu.kde.org/kig/faq.php#compilecvs
      
      * *Re-run* make -f Makefile.cvs, then ./configure ( check at the
        bottom for error messages about kig not being able to find your
        installed libraries ).
      
      * run kig, and try to use the kig python scripting.  There is a test
        Kig file in kdeedu/kig/filters/tests/python-script.kig.  If you see
        two points and one at the middle between them, then everything is
        perfect.  The middle point is a scripted point, given by the code:
      
      	def calc( arg1, arg2 ):
      	        return Point( ( arg1.coordinate() + arg2.coordinate() ) / 2 )
      
        Thus, if you see it, that means that all the fancy new scripting
        stuff is working properly.  If not, complain at devriese@kde.org !
        ;) If everything works, you can try to build some scripted objects
        yourself.  The button to start defining it is under or next to the
        "new text label" button in the toolbar.  you should then reach a
        wizard that should be more or less self-explanatory.  Proper docs
        are on my TODO list, don't complain about that yet ;).
      
      * That would be it, now it would be great if you could mail me, tell
        me what you think about the new feature, complain about the
        configure script not finding your installed libraries, etc., which I
        would very much appreciate.
      
      Thanks for your help, or at least for reading this awefully long email
      ;)
      
      cheers
      domi
      
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