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or something like that --[[User:Ruphy|Ruphy]] 18:14, 12 March 2007 (CET)
  
 
=== Packaging control API ===
 
=== Packaging control API ===

Revision as of 18:14, 12 March 2007

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Note
Names are just temporary. Please don't trust this page as probably most of the things are going to heavily change during this 1 month developement marathone.

Contents

The Packager

This task is mostly done, this is the API I came out with:

The syntax I'd like to came up with is:

Code

Plasmagik packager; packager.setPackageType(...); packager.setSomething(); packager.show();

or something like that --Ruphy 18:14, 12 March 2007 (CET)

Packaging control API

  • Plasmagik::PackageType -> Predefined list of package types. See packaging.txt for the complete list.
  • setPackageType(Plasmagik::PackageType, bool clearFirst) If clearFirst == true, clearProgrammingLanuages() will be called.
  • setProgrammingLanguages(QString/QStringList languages) If languages is QString, languages are separated by '|'. It will call clearProgrammingLanguages().
  • QString/QStringList programmingLanguages()
  • addProgrammingLanguages(QString/QStringList languages) Same as setProgammingLanguages, but it won't call clearProgrammingLanguages() first, and will add languages to the end.
  • clearProgrammingLanguages() It will remove any language previously set.
  • setIcon(QIcon icon) Sets the icon for the dialog
  • setPackageExtension(QString extension) Sets the provided extension as the one used when saving the package. It will be passed as-is to KFileDialog.
  • setText(Plasmagik::Label label, QString text) You can customize GUI strings with that function

Improvements proposed

  • Renaming *ProgrammingLanguages --> *Languages
  • setPackageExtension(QString extension) with mimetype instead of string?

Networking control API

  • TODO!

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