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indywiki

   0.9.9  

KDE Education

Score 74%
indywiki
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Link:  http://indywiki.sf.net
Minimum required   Qt 4.x
Downloads:  1067
Submitted:  Oct 20 2007
Updated:  May 15 2008

Description:

indywiki aims to explore different ways of browsing the wikipedia universe! It need python and pyqt4 and is developed at http://indywiki.sourceforge.net




Changelog:

Main features include navigation via text links, in addition to image links, visual clues for distinguishing between native images (images in the current page) and non-native images (images in pages linked to and from the current page) and changes that make the program faster and more customisable!




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 nice

 
 by logixoul on: Jan 28 2008
 
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this app comes as a pleasant surprise, as it's really a breeze to use =)

you could replace the GO, BACK, NEXT buttons with icon-only qtoolbuttons. of course, since you've opted to use plain qt, you can't just use KIcon for nice icons. you'll have to ship them with the package.

also, a cmake-based install system would be nice. plus a .desktop file. ping me if you get stuck with cmake ;)

the image grid would look a lot better if you make style the pushbuttons a bit. like, make them darkgrey and rectangular or something. hint: QWidget::setStyleSheet()

the 'remove progressbar' is useless, and 'choose wikipedia site' would be better off integrated into the main layout as a combobox. in fact, the menubar is pointless for miniapps like indywiki; you might as well ditch it.

your layouting mostly sucks, the margins are all off. try to line things up a bit.

keep it up =)


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 hey

 
 by logixoul on: Mar 23 2008
 
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I wanted to try the new version, but there's some python problems (I run Python 2.5.1 on openSUSE). I had to install python-setuptools, so I did. Now `sudo python setup.py install` says:
Quote:
running install
error: invalid Python installation: unable to open /usr/lib/python2.5/config/Makefile (No such file or directory)

What gives?

Maybe you should also outline this stuff in the readme.


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 Re: hey

 
 by mgogoulos on: Mar 23 2008
 
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#python setup.py install runs well here on Ubuntu. I quickly googled the message you get and I saw somewhere the following:

"You need to install the development package for python. It should be called
python2.5-devel or something similar. "

seems it's a python issue , but will be included in the Readme file (please drop a line if this works.

Cheers


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 Re: Re: hey

 
 by logixoul on: Mar 23 2008
 
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Yep, python-devel resolved that error. Then I got this one:
Quote:
Checking .pth file support in /usr/local/lib/python2.5/site-packages/
error: can't create or remove files in install directory

The following error occurred while trying to add or remove files in the
installation directory:

[Errno 2] No such file or directory: '/usr/local/lib/python2.5/site-packages/test-easy-install-25908.pth'

The installation directory you specified (via --install-dir, --prefix, or
the distutils default setting) was:

/usr/local/lib/python2.5/site-packages/

This directory does not currently exist. Please create it and try again, or
choose a different installation directory (using the -d or --install-dir
option).

So I ran
Quote:
sudo mkdir -p /usr/local/lib/python2.5/site-packages/

and the install worked.

Surely setup.py should've handled that for me :p

So, I ran indywiki, a window appeared and immediately disappeared with a SIGSEGV. What do I do?


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 Re: Re: Re: hey

 
 by mgogoulos on: Mar 23 2008
 
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logixoul,

you get the SIGSEGV when you run the program through src/indywiki directory, or after you've installed it with setup.py? I need more information on how this happens to see what I can do. I've been thoroughly testing indywiki on a openSuse 10.2 64 bit system and didn't have any problem so far (I run the program through src/indywiki, I haven't installed it on that system, although I'm not sure if this is related to the problem)

Regards


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: hey

 
 by logixoul on: Mar 24 2008
 
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The crash happens both when running from src/indywiki and the installed one. I dunno how to debug this...
this is a 32bit system and my PyQt is 4.3 as required.
another python app, skencil, works fine.


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 Install to /usr

 
 by m0nk on: May 15 2008
 
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Hey,
on openSUSE try this:
python setup.py build
python setup.py install --prefix=/usr
So everything gets installed under /usr/lib/python2.5/site-packages, because /usr/local/lib/python(anyversion) is not in $PYTHONPATH.

Greetings
m0nk


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 Wikipedia is a Joke!!!

 
 by Coblestone on: Jun 22 2008
 
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I cannot believe how many of you fools take wikipedia seriously.

Read this article:

http://news.scotsman.com/education/Falling-exam--passes-blamed.4209408.jp


Don't believe what you read on the internet! Linux users are lazy theives.
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 indywiki internationalisation!

 
 by mgogoulos on: Jul 30 2008
 
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Indywiki now uses Launchpad to handle internalization. Please help us translate Indywiki to your native language, by translating a few strings (https://translations.launchpad.net/indywiki/)! Launchpad is a very intuitive way to deal with translations and is being used by many big projects, eg Ubuntu Linux.


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 App Sucks Because Wiki Sucks

 
 by leviathan89 on: Sep 16 2008
 
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Wikipedia is for teenage euro trash who have smoked a little too much hash and have the false sense that they are enlightened. It is full of factual errors, grammatical errors, flat out lies, vandalism, propoganda, stupidity and mindless trivia.


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