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KDE Kommander Script

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www.squadrai nformatica.c om/smak


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Minimum required   Kommander
Downloads:  341
Submitted:  Sep 11 2006


OK..this is a very very simple kommander app script ..but written following one of the 2-3 tutorials u can find on the net
Included in tarball u can find this guide to introduce in kommander gui..
the site is:http://applications.linux.com/article.pl?sid=04/12/17/2033227&tid=49
and was written in 2004 by Michał Kosmulski

I know people want to use this great program..but documentations are very poor...this example helps people who wants to learn something about simple array,combobox,label and connections between signals and slots..very very important^^
So..i hope the guide and the example will be usefull...

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 by sequitur on: Sep 11 2006
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This is an adequate example that has nice visuals, but problems. I would like to say first of all that there are examples that ship with the source of Kommander and docs which you can find online, as well as a user mailing list that gets you users and developers which will get answers to any question. So it's not so hard to figure out if you go to http://kommander.kdewebdev.org. There is even a developer link listing bugs fixed/in work and SVN commits. I'm personally preparing an in depth introduction in the next few weeks. Besides that the editor has a Function Browser like KSpread so you can point and click to build expressions.

As for the example, it's okay, but there are issues. I only post this here as you are offering it as a tutorial, so I have little choice but to offer corrections. Sorry.
1) population text is deprecated
2) there appears to be an extraneous signal and slot connection
3) There is no need to call kdialog through the shell as it is slow and Kommander has messagebox functions that directly use the kdialog API, which is much faster
4) You committed the #1 ERROR of new Kommander developers and did not grid the layout so that it would handle different fonts and screens! If there is anything I will not forget it's how many emails I've sent to new developers on this and it will be in my tutorial.

All shell scripting should be in an exec, which you did, but in using population text it looks as if you didn't. Population text is just confusing and a holdover from before DCOP scripting.

As for the docs from Michał Kosmulski, he was involved with the project some time ago so while they are good, they are a little dated. I miss Michal as he was really great with what he did and we probably didn't work hard enough at integrating him.

On a final note, other interesting things that could be done with this is to show how to reorder your combobox and save the preferred application across sessions with read and write settings.

Eric Laffoon
kdewebdev (Quanta/Kommander) project lead

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 by Divilinux on: Sep 11 2006
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www.squadrai nformatica.c om/smak

thank you for all this advices..
i did a subscrition to mailing list 2 days ago..and i'm keep in touch with others guys kommander script developers, to share code and idea.
noticed that kommander has his personal script code that is very functional and clean..but my main problem(one that you can't resolve downloading others kommander script and watch them) is dcop integration ,signals and slot..built-in in kommander..
i hope to learn more from mailing list..:)

ps. i usually write in vb .Caption to give label data caption from button or txtbox..
do you think is better this style code or signals-slot?..this last method is very quickly

tnbx for all..:)

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