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KParts Plugin

   20120723  

KDE Web Application

Score 91%
KParts Plugin
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KParts Plugin
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KParts Plugin
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Homepage:  Link
Version Control:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  2311
Submitted:  May 21 2010
Updated:  Jul 23 2012

Description:

This software implements a plugin for Netscape-compatible browsers in a Unix environment. This plugin uses KDE's KParts technology to embed file viewers (e.g. for PDF files) into non-KDE browsers. Tested browsers include both Mozilla Firefox and Opera.
With this plugin, you can e.g. view PDF files in Firefox using Okular as an embedded plugin.




Changelog:

2012-07-23
* Applying patch by Arno Rehn to avoid blacklisting in
Oxygen-transparent style

2012-06-05
* Using URL to create a default filename when saving
copy of document
* Minor change in UI to place long mime type labels
in one line
* Adding push button to copy URL into clipboard

2012-05-29
* Fixing some minor compilation errors
* Adding KCModule (System Settings module) to configure
which mime types shall be supported, removing this
option from the plugin itself

2012-05-24
* Rearranging GUI to be more compact vertically
* Porting from KBibTeX support for custom keyboard shorts
* Refactoring drop-down menu to tree view for mime type
configuration

2012-04-22
* Adding patch by Rex Dieter
set installation directory by parameter to cmake
* Fixing print menu item issue for Okular part
* Menus and toolbars know separators now

2012-04-19
* Various minor changes
* Adding experimental support for menus and toolbars
from embedded part

2012-04-11
* Adding various mimetypes to blacklist

2011-08-23
* Blacklisting some more Java mimetypes: application/java-archive and video/x-javafx

2011-08-06
* Minor code clean-up and refactoring (no functional changes)

2011-06-06
* Added .pot file for translations
(no actual translations yet)

2010-12-16
* Adding "application/googletalk" to blacklisted mime types

2010-12-08
* Adding "application/futuresplash" to blacklisted mime types
* Checking if mime type is valid when reading data to avoid crash
* Minor tweaks in user interface strings

2010-07-23
* Manually raising dialog to select part (if multiple
KParts available for same mime type)
* Minor GUI improvements

2010-07-22
* Showing current mime type in GUI (right to buttons)
* Adding more mime types to built-in blacklisted list
("application/force-download", everything starting
with "x-")
* Adding release date to internal description
(see "about:plugins" in Firefox)

2010-07-06
* Marking some mime types as built-in blacklisted, e.g.
application/x-shockwave-flash
* Adding more mime types to built-in blacklist to avoid
problems with Thunderbird

2010-06-29
* Adding dialog to choose which KPart to use if several
parts are available. User can set preference to avoid
getting this dialog again for the same mime type.

2010-06-27
* Adding comments throughout the code
* Enabling/disabling mime types possible in GUI
(new push button with menu)
* Improved focus handling using code from Jeremy Sanders
* Make installation path 32/64-bit aware
* Minor GUI improvements

2010-06-04
* Major refactoring
* Supported mime types determined through KDE-internal
functions; hard-coded list no longer necessary
* Adding support for keyboard focus.
Tip from Jeremy Sanders (http://barmag.net/)

2010-06-02
* Saving file failed if part was not loaded properly.

2010-06-01
* CMakeLists.txt contains a variable with installation
directory
* New script src/generate-mimetype-includes.sh to enhance
"raw" source files to final files containing a list of
objects (one for each supported mime type)
List of mime types can be controlled via text file
src/mimetypes.txt
* Showing a list of compiled-in/supported mime types
while waiting for the file's data
* Open and save buttons are available even if no part
is available to show the file's data
* Fixing warnings

2010-05-21
* Initial release




LicenseGPL
Source(kpartsplugin-20120723.tar.bz2)
SUSE(Various RPMs)
FreeBSD(FreeBSD)
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 works!

 
 by sl1pkn07 on: May 21 2010
 
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thanks! work perfect on Chromium-dev

greetings


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 Nice plugin !

 
 by srog on: May 21 2010
 
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Working fine with the Kubuntu.

Thank you.


PPA package search:
https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+ppas

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 \o/ great \o/

 
 by BastianBalthazarreBux on: May 21 2010
 
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Instelled ten minutes ago, it work great, also the two buttons "open in external program" and "Save a copy" are very useful.

This plugin deserve a standing ovation


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 install path

 
 by jackyohh on: May 21 2010
 
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hi,
app works great, but in my case (debian sid amd64 + iceweasel/chromium) install path was incorrect.

there is no /usr/lib/nsbrowser/plugins/ (i am not sure if there is this path in debian sid at all) but /usr/lib/mozilla/plugins/

would be great to add some symlinks to other paths similar to http://packages.ubuntu.com/karmic/i386/gecko-mediaplayer/filelist
or
http://packages.ubuntu.com/karmic/i386/gecko-mediaplayer/filelist

btw GREAT WORK!!


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 Re: install path

 
 by jackyohh on: May 21 2010
 
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sry, damn copy paste

... or http://packages.debian.org/sid/i386/gecko-mediaplayer/filelist


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 Re: install path

 
 by fischer on: May 22 2010
 
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There seems to be a lot of different places where plugins can be installed to, both depending on browser and distribution. You can easily change the installation path in CMakeLists.txt


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 What else?

 
 by Fuma1292 on: Jun 2 2010
 
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My distro uses the Opensuse firefox patches which already integrate okular into firefox.

Besides Okular what else does this embed in non-KDE browsers?


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 Re: What else?

 
 by fischer on: Jun 3 2010
 
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I was not aware the OpenSuse has modified Firefox to use Okular and therefore did not have a look on that.
My plugin basically supports all KDE parts (including KOffice) you can assign a mime type to. So far I covered the most relevant/popular mime types, but it is easy to add more parts/mime types by just adding one line of text. Check src/mimetypes.txt for a list of mime types this plugin claims to support towards the browser and forwards to the KDE subsystem when asked to open such data.


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 Re: Re: What else?

 
 by Fuma1292 on: Jun 3 2010
 
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Oh, that is really cool!
Thank you for your awesome work! :)


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 Crash when using KWallet Addon

 
 by dtritscher on: Jun 4 2010
 
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If I have the KWallet Addon in Firefox activated, the browser crashes every time I try to load a document with the kparts plugin.
See
https://addons.mozilla.org/de/firefox/addon/49357/
for the kwallet addon.


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 Re: Crash when using KWallet Addon

 
 by fischer on: Jun 10 2010
 
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I was able to reproduce the crash, but I haven't figured out yet what the problem is. Maybe because several QApplication instances are created in the same context ...


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 Re: Crash when using KWallet Addon

 
 by fischer on: Jun 27 2010
 
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Just sent this message to the author of the Firefox extension:


Hello Guillermo Adrián,

I am the author of KPartsPlugin, a KDE-based browser plugin which uses
KParts to show files in browsers that use Netscape plugins.

http://www.unix-ag.uni-kl.de/~fischer/kpartsplugin/
http://kde-apps.org/content/show.php?content=125066

A user has reported that Firefox crashes when my plugin is used at the
same time as your Firefox KWallet extension. I can confirm this crash.
The error message I get here is:

QWidget: Cannot create a QWidget when no GUI is being used

Looking into this message and your code I think the reason is that your
code instantiates a KApplication object without GUI (using parameter
bool GUIenabled=false).

I have no experience with building Firefox extensions or any
prerequisites installed, so I would like to ask you to flip the flag and
either test my KParts plugin or send me a recompiled xpi of your
extensions.

Thank you for your consideration.


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