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Kate Project Manager Plugin (KPMP)

   0.1.2-24  

KDE Text Editor

Score 81%
Kate Project Manager Plugin (KPMP)
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Link:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 3.5.x
Downloads:  3158
Submitted:  Jul 16 2006
Updated:  Aug 19 2006

Description:

A projectmanager plugin for the KDE editor kate.




Changelog:

0.1.2-24
bugfix: files can not be added in the wrong folder anymore
- some minor stuff done

0.1.2-21
bugfix: project import now imports files again

0.1.2-19
major bugfix: due to changes for the new project import functionality, the creation of new (nonexistent) items was broke, resulting in severe disfunctionality (strange that nobody complained).

0.1.2
- minor bugfix applied
- project import feature added

0.1.1
- initial release with some bugfixes already applied




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 Thanks...

 
 by jirityr on: Jul 16 2006
 
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Thank you for the plugin. There is still few things to make better but it is still much better then current session manager in Kate.

I didn't tested it properly yet, but I have got problem with directories in project manager. If I tried to remove directory in project with the remove button, Kate crashed. It could be also very nice and usefull, if this new plugin could create folders (virtual directories) for each parts of the project. It is very usefull if the project have more parts and each part is in other directory. For exapmle: /var/www/localhost/cgi-bin/project_name, /var/www/localhost/htdocs/project_name. It would be nice to have in one project folder for cgi-bin and htdocs and then the content of the project_name directory. Now I have to add cgi-bin/project_name and then the content of the directory project_name.

For Gentoo users I have made ebuild which is posible to download at http://bugs.gentoo.org/show_bug.cgi?id=140695.


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 Re: Thanks...

 
 by fishdude on: Jul 16 2006
 
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glad you like it. ;o)
I couldn't reproduce the crash when removing items from the project view. works fine here.
about the virtual dirs:
this one thing we think about right now. at the moment you are not forced to create a projectfolder.
taking your example, you could place the projectfile into /var/www/localhost/ and insert the htdocs and cgi-bin folders into the project project_name. then add the files you need to your project. another point about projects containing virtual dirs, they are not as easy to transfer to other machines.


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 Re: Re: Thanks...

 
 by jirityr on: Jul 17 2006
 
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> you could place the projectfile into /var/www/localhost/ and insert the htdocs and cgi-bin folders into the project project_name.

I think, this is now possible. If you want to have CGI project, it have to be in cgi-bin directory. Otherwise you have to change httpd.conf and add cgi-bin alias.

I think it is now so diffucult to add "virtual directory" support. You only say, that THIS direcotry will be in special folder which will be defined only in project file priject_name.kateprj. Then it will be very easy to transfere the project to an other machine.


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 Re: Thanks...

 
 by accolon on: Jul 17 2006
 
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> [...] it is still much better then current session manager in Kate.

Please do not mix two very different concepts. Sessions are completely unrelated to projects. They have different purposes. Keep that in mind :)


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 Re: Re: Thanks...

 
 by jirityr on: Jul 17 2006
 
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I know, but Kate developers removed the project manager and replaced it with the session manager. I newer understood why thay removed the project manager if it was so usefull. If you read some comments by Kate developers you could know that thay recomended to use session manager insted of the project manager. Ugly advice, but it is so.


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 Re: Re: Re: Thanks...

 
 by accolon on: Jul 17 2006
 
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We are aware that removing the projects plugin was a bad idea. But we did it, that's it.
If this project manager plugin (kpmp) is ported to qt/kde4 I'm sure it can go into the official KDE release again.


Kate Developer
irc://irc.freenode.net/#kate

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 @jirityr

 
 by automatix on: Jul 17 2006
 
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>think it is now so diffucult to add "virtual directory" support. You only say, that THIS direcotry will be in special folder which will be defined only in project file priject_name.kateprj. Then it will be very easy to transfere the project to an other machine.

finaly its diffucultly to do so.. yes you're right in projectfile it's only one entry and it would work to use it the way you mentioned BUT this makes projects unmoveable..
let me show what the prob is .. you create an prue logical view with virtual dirs.. an use the path attribute to point to the real files- lets say some /usr/share and some in /var/www/localhost/cgi-bin -- what happens if you take your project including all files and put it on a diffrent maschine where cgi-bin for example located in /server/www/cgi-bin -
your project dosn't work!!

Bur I'm with you logical views are one feature comming soon.. but as an additional view - so that you have both- and i think but this isn't clear right now there will be an export function whitch creates a physical structure of the logical view to ensure moveabillity - this is still content of discussion and your the first person form outside of project who request this -- please stay tuned

@fishdude - looks like some people like KPMP :)


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 Re: @jirityr

 
 by jirityr on: Jul 17 2006
 
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> please stay tuned

It would be nice to have posibility to add directory to the project with all subdirectories and also files at once. If I have big project created in old kate project manager it give me a lot of work to recreate the project in KPMP.

Also I'm not sure it if is good idea to let uisers create directories in KPMP. I think that everyone know to add directory in some file manager. But it could stay there if you thik it's helpfull.

If I want to add FILE which is for example in /var/www/localhost/cgi-bin/project_name/FILE then I get message that directory doesn't exists or is not readable. I think, this is big mistake to create KPMP with this behaviour. I think, if I create project, then it would like to keep in project root also files and not only dirs. If I add so selected file, the file is not added to the end of the list of the dirs but is sorted into the list of the dirs.

One more to the multi location projects. By your way I must have two projects: one for /var/www/localhost/htdocs/project_name and one for /var/www/localhost/cgi-bin/project_name. It's very pity that it is not possible to do it in one project because it is one project. My idea is to create in the project something like pseudo directory (call it alias) which will be real directory, but user could to rename it to other "virtual folder" name. In my case it could be so: I will add /var/www/localhost/cgi-bin/project_name to the new project and then I would be able to rename project_name to other name, in my case cgi-bin. Then I will add /var/www/localhost/htdocs/project_name to the same project and I will rename it to htdocs. So I will have my dreamed folders in one project and you will have fixed path to the dirs. What do you think?


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 Re: Re: @jirityr

 
 by automatix on: Jul 18 2006
 
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first this is imho not the right place for discussions like this -- we host the project on sf - so this is the development platform for ous -- there is an bug tracker an feature request tracker.. and finally if you want to pass your suggestions [they are realy good :) ] to ous there is an public mailing list look here:
https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/kate-prj-mng-devel
(imho this is the playe to discuss)

to file unknown problem: yes this is a real bug - we know it - is an problem we need to fix results from the change from absolut to relative path ..i can tell you what causes this behavior : you created an projectfile somewhere and add files form an directory outside of projectfolder this works in the past (absolute path) but didn't work now maybe in future- so please ensure you create the projectfile above all folders or atleast on the same stage as the dirs you want to add (in your case /var/www/localhost)- we will fixe this in future

>If I add so selected file, the file is not added to the end of the list of the dirs but is sorted into the list of the dirs

ok this is some eyecandy stuff - but sounds like the right idea --

>My idea is to create in the project something like pseudo directory (call it alias) which will be real directory, but user could to rename it to other "virtual folder" name.

now i understand the proble your running into -- renaming directories entries in treeview sounds good for me and youre right could slove your problem

so once more you can post your suggestion here but we will loved to so you join the malinglist and post your suggestion there

reagards


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 Thanx!

 
 by frareinif on: Jul 18 2006
 
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Hi,

Thank you for bringing back PM features to kate. What I am badly missing is to add remote files and directories to a project.

A bug I noticed in the recent 0.1.1: I added a new project. On adding a existing file a popup told me that the directory (which one?) is empty. After pressing "ok" the file selection dialog appears and I am able to go on.

Hope you will carry on!

Regards
Frank


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 :-P

 
 by iges on: Jul 20 2006
 
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Hi,

I just tried the project manager plugin, and it's a nice start (ugh, and it brings back some ugly memories of losing my old project files, some with over 700 files, oh well).

I noticed that currently each folder and file has to added manually which is a bit insane ;-). An option like 'Add Existing Direcotry (recursively)', that would automatically add all subfolders & files would be really helpfull.

regards,
iges.


Slackware 10.2
KDE 3.5.3

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 Re: :-P

 
 by accolon on: Jul 20 2006
 
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As far as I know the next version will
- support old kate project files
- be able to import several files
- add directory trees recursively.

I'm not sure, though :)


Kate Developer
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 Re: :-P

 
 by automatix on: Jul 20 2006
 
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if it is the next version i can't say lets say one of the next ok :)

@ the moment but it should be possible to add multiple files at once - yes i konow this isn't the same like recursily add dirs but is a liitle bit better than adding single files :)


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 Re: :-P

 
 by bced on: Jul 21 2006
 
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since yesterday in trunk you can import old kate project files ;)

right click on the project view, and chose import on the contextual menu.

if you open a directory, it import it recursively, if you chose a file, it try to open it as a kate project (old one) and convert it to the new KPMP

please, try it and say me if you find bug, I could only test on small and medium project, I need some large ones to test it !


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 Structure browser

 
 by redrat on: Jul 21 2006
 
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Kate's a great editor. I use it all day for various things, like programming php, ruby and html or writing my complete thesis in latex with it.

The only thing I think is missing, is a good structure browser, where you can quick jumo to classed, methods, functions etc. I mean something like eclipse have on the right pane...

red


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 Re: Structure browser

 
 by accolon on: Jul 21 2006
 
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Kate is not really a IDE. You can implement such features by using tools like ctags, though. Would be a nice candidate for a plugin. Do you volunteer? ;)


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 problem to open file

 
 by khachmeister on: Aug 10 2006
 
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i have just compiled and installed projectmanager 1.2 on my SuSE 10.1 system.

I have added a new workspace with some projects with a lot of files.
The files of each project are in the same directory.

when doubleclicking a file an error message accoures:

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file
directoryname/directoryname/filename
can not be opened
please check user rights
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the problem is the doubled directoryname

whats going wrong ??

klaus


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 Re: problem to open

 
 by fishdude on: Aug 11 2006
 
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thank you for yor feedback, the problem you named is under investigation and will be fixed the next days. :o)


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