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Semantik

   0.9.1  

KDE Education

Score 81%
Semantik
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Link:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  9801
Submitted:  Mar 26 2007
Updated:  Jan 14 2014

Description:

Semantik - a mindmapping-like tool for document generation (reports, thesis, etc).

The requirements are:

Runtime:
KDE4 >= 4.8
Python >= 2.3 && Python < 3.0

Compilation:
KDE4 development packages (kdebase-devel)
Python2 development package
The objective caml compilers (ocaml)
The program kde4-config in the PATH

Some systems may require special compilation options such as:
PYTHON=python2 PYTHON_VERSION=2.7 waf configure build




Changelog:

Semantik 0.9.1
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* Svg map export
* Odt template fixes
* Include svg pictures in odt documents
* command-line svg export
* More reasonable size for the actors head
* Prevent the memory corruption when opening the same recent file again
* Make the text visible in the odt document created (Issue 27)
* fixed the diagram top/bottom alignment function
* Copy diagram pictures to clipboard from main window
* Copy diagrams to the clipboard

Semantik 0.9.0
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* New application for editing and managing diagrams
* Enhanced printing system from the menu
* Print diagrams from the command-line
* Fixed the jitter on the drawing area

Semantik 0.8.4
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* Export maps to pdf pictures from the command-line
* Color scheme fixes #30
* Null byte fix for text pasted from Chrome #26

Semantik 0.8.3
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* New dialog for exporting the map as a picture with a specific size
* More consistent gui elements (dialog buttons, menus)
* New UML shapes
* Straight arrows on the diagrams

Semantik 0.8.2
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* Fixed several crashes
* Fixe various LaTeX templates
* New actor and usecase elements




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 install question

 
 by Lexje on: Aug 9 2007
 
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I've come this far, but am stuck now..
How to solve?

Checking for program ocamlc : ok /usr/bin/ocamlc
Checking for program ocamllex : ok /usr/bin/ocamllex
Checking for program ocamlyacc : ok /usr/bin/ocamlyacc
Configuration finished successfully; project is now ready to build.
[erwin@vaio semantik-0.5.1]$ ./waf
[ 3/46] * ts2qm : src/semantik_ca.ts -> build/default/src/semantik_ca.qm
/bin/sh: ../src/semantik_ca.ts: Permission denied
Compilation failed
[erwin@vaio semantik-0.5.1]$


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 Re: install question

 
 by ita256 on: Aug 9 2007
 
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Make certain the program lrelease is available in your PATH (necessary for the translations).

A more descriptive error message will be present in v0.5.2, but in the meantime, can you tell us where the lrelease program is on your system ?


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 install question

 
 by Lexje on: Aug 10 2007
 
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Okay, thanks a lot for your help.
How can I adjust my PATH?
I am unaware how to do this.

cmd to check PATH
cmd to add "Semantik" to PATH

Thank you very much.


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 Re: install question

 
 by ita256 on: Aug 10 2007
 
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Run this command to see if lrelease is in your PATH:
which lrelease

If it does not give anything, try finding the directory where lrelease is in, for example /opt/qt4/bin

Once you have it, set the new PATH with
export PATH=/opt/qt4/bin:$PATH

then run
./waf configure
and see if it is found

What system do you have once again ? Kubuntu ?


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 install question

 
 by Lexje on: Aug 10 2007
 
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Hi, thanks for your wonderfull help!
We're getting there...
FYI I'm running PCLinuxOS

I found lrelease is part of QT Linguist.
Qt Linguist was not installed on my system..

After installation, ./waf install worked fine.

Now when trying to run semantik (from konsole) I get the same message as GFD:
semantik: error while loading shared libraries: libnablah.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

So I ran:
Run /sbin/ldconfig (as root)
Next I checked:
One question: is /usr/local/lib in /etc/ld.so.conf ?

This is my ld.so.conf:
[erwin@vaio etc]$ cat ld.so.conf
include ld.so.conf.d/*.conf
/usr/X11R6/lib
/usr/lib/qt3/lib

Please advise...


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 Re: install question

 
 by Lexje on: Aug 10 2007
 
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Okay, got it RUNNING!!
Added /etc/ld.so.conf to /usr/local/lib
next repeated /sbin/ldconfig as root

Next I got SEMANTIK up and running!!


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 Re: Re: install ques

 
 by philipmather on: Aug 11 2007
 
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I had this problem under Fedora 7 as well, if you not sure what ldconfig is all about just try cutting and pasting this as root...

echo "/usr/local/lib" >> /etc/ld.so.conf.d/semantik.conf && ldconfig && ldconfig -p | grep "libnablah.so"

...this adds a link in an appropriate place then kicks ldconfig and finally checks that it found it, it might take a minute but you should get back a response similar to this...

libnablah.so (libc6) => /usr/local/lib/libnablah.so

...and Bob's your Uncle it'll work, probably ;^)

Regards,
Phil



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 Re: Re: install ques

 
 by philipmather on: Aug 11 2007
 
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Oh, and I forgot to mention. In Fedora 7 I found...

yum install qt4* ocaml

...gets everything you'll need to compile it so run that beforehand. You could probably trim the "qt4*" down to save space if you need but I couldn't be bothered BTW.

Regards,
Phil



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 Re: Re: install question

 
 by ita256 on: Aug 11 2007
 
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This should not be needed anymore in version 0.5.1b



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 build deb?

 
 by GFD on: Aug 10 2007
 
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I'm lost because of this "waf" installation system. how build a deb from the tarball?


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 Re: build deb?

 
 by ita256 on: Aug 10 2007
 
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The specific commands for building a .deb are (the rest is standard: running dh_make, etc):
./waf configure --prefix=/usr
./waf
DESTDIR=$fakeroot ./waf install

With a pointer to a virtual machine (vmware) having debian + Qt4 + python-dev i could make the package myself.


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 Re: Re: build deb?

 
 by GFD on: Aug 27 2007
 
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It would be great :]


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 lib error

 
 by GFD on: Aug 10 2007
 
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i've got this error:
xxx@Ludwig:~/DL/semantik-0.5.1$ semantik
semantik: error while loading shared libraries: libnablah.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

where can i find this lib?

xubuntu feisty.


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 Re: lib error

 
 by ita256 on: Aug 10 2007
 
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Run /sbin/ldconfig (as root) after installing (currently missing from the script).

One question: is /usr/local/lib in /etc/ld.so.conf ?


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 Re: Re: lib error

 
 by GFD on: Aug 18 2007
 
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euh in ld.so.conf, there's just "include /etc/ld.so.conf.d/*.conf"


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 Re: lib error

 
 by GFD on: Aug 18 2007
 
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All done with 0.5.1f :)


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 Semantik 0.5.1

 
 by ita256 on: Aug 11 2007
 
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Semantik 0.5.1 provides a few fixes for the compilation and installation:
* if found, lrelease-qt4 is used instead of lrelease
* the configuration script stops if lrelease cannot be found
* the rpath is added to the library when the prefix is /usr/local (distributions usually set a different prefix)
* ldconfig is run at the end of the installation (when possible)


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 feature request

 
 by petercruickshank on: Aug 18 2007
 
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Hi, you know I like your program a lot. One really important feature that your program might benefit from would be a way to make footnotes/endnotes. After all, the program is reportedly for research papers and theses, and in some styles footnotes or endnotes are necessary (as opposed to parenthetical references).


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 Re: feature request

 
 by ita256 on: Aug 27 2007
 
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I totally agree with you. This feature was present in Kdissert and will be present in Semantik too.


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 vs. kdissert

 
 by testerus on: Sep 5 2007
 
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What is the advantage/disadvantage of using semantik vs. kdissert?

At first it seems that kdissert maps are squeezed in semantik (larger buttons?). And the Open File Dialog does not list .kdi files by default.


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 Re: vs. kdissert

 
 by ita256 on: Sep 11 2007
 
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Semantik is the rewrite of kdissert for Qt4.

The file dialog now shows the kdi files as well (0.5.4).


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