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kio_recentdocument_with_nepomukTimeline

   0.16  

KDE Improvement

Score 63%
kio_recentdocument_with_nepomukTimeline
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Depends on  KDE 4.x
Downloads:  107
Submitted:  Aug 14 2012
Updated:  Nov 25 2012

Description:

This is a kio slave that can display several direcotries together.

Corporated with KRecentdocument and Nepomuk Timeline, it can acts as a tool to see recent used files and directories.


You can add a bookmark(rdt:/) to the sidebar to use it in "select file" dialog.

Enjoy!

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What is NEEDED for Compile:

KDE development head files and Qt head files

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HOW TO INSTALL:

  • cmake . -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=`kde4-config --prefix`[\li]

    [li] make


  • sudo make install


  • USAGE:
    goto 'rdt:/' in your dolphin or Konquer.

    (rdt = Recent Document with
    Timeline)


    CONFIGURATION:

    the config file lies in '~/.config/RDT/RDT.config'

    The following is a explanation to the config file.
    ---------CONFIG FILE--------

    DispalyTimeline 1
    #1-Ture,0-False

    TimelineBackwardDays 8
    #how many days to look backward(7 for a week)

    PathDisplayDepth 3
    #It will affect the display name of the file, try it!

    #define the directories that you wish to list

    #(for KDE 4.9 users)
    list recentdocuments:/

    #(for KDE under 4.9, you can install the kio_recentdocument plugin written by csslayer. It is available on kde-apps.org)
    list recentdocument:/

    #Other directories
    list /home/bsidb/document

    list ...








    Changelog:

    0.16
    update the config file.
    'list /home/bsidb/document' -> 'list ~/document'

    0.15
    1.Rewrite the plugin under the template of 'recentdocuments:/' in KDE 4.9
    2.Make the normal directories list first, finally list the timeline, so the reaction of the plugin is quicker.

    0.1
    initial release




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     interesting

     
     by jospoortvliet on: Aug 20 2012
     
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    I can't try this ATM, both for not having SC 4.9 and not feeling like compiling this myself ATM (any chance you could try and use the open-build-service (.org) to build this for, say, 28 Linux distro's :D)

    But the concept is amazingly interesting... You should go, talk to Vishes, get this in KDE proper :D


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     Re: interesting

     
     by bsidb on: Aug 21 2012
     
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    Thank you for your supporting~
    1.I did not give out binary package for I am an Arch Linux user and I know few about packaging under Linux... :( OpenSuse Build System is a good choice but I don't know how to write spec file and can't test the packages. The source files will be built by cmake, so if you have a general template for cmake based project, I will appreciate your help.
    2.for KDE under 4.9, you can install the plugin kio_recentdocument(available in kde-apps.org), can add in the config file the following line:
    'list recentdocument:/'


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     Perfect

     
     by lgsalvati on: Nov 24 2012
     
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    This is what i was looking for,sorted by date and descending its perfect! Thanks!

    In the RDT.config file there was a path with your username,i must modify it with mine for working,maybe you use a ~ instead :)


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     Re: Perfect

     
     by bsidb on: Nov 25 2012
     
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    Thank you for your support! I will try to make it better.
    Upgraded configure files will be available in 0.16 which will be updated later~
    Thank you for pointing that out!
    The 'fsrunner' plugin is also cool~ It is worth trying~


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     Re: Perfect

     
     by bsidb on: Nov 25 2012
     
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    TIPS: You can also list other directories~ :)
    e.g
    list ~/document/work
    list ~/document/study
    .......


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     Re: Re: Perfect

     
     by lgsalvati on: Nov 25 2012
     
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    Already added,it was intuitive ;)


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