Commit 0867b464 authored by Sébastien Wilmet's avatar Sébastien Wilmet
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Rename to GNOME LaTeX: "LaTeXila" in liblatexila

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* @short_description: Default build tools
*
* The #LatexilaBuildToolsDefault singleton class represents the default build
* tools of LaTeXila. The only possible modification is to enable or disable a
* build tool. Each default build tool has an ID. These IDs are used to load and
* save the lists of enabled and disabled build tools. The XML file is never
* modified by LaTeXila. But the XML file (located in data/build_tools/) can be
* modified by a developer to change a command, add a new build tool (with a new
* ID), etc. The changes will automatically be available to all the users when
* upgrading to the new LaTeXila version. That's why the default build tools can
* not be modified and are not saved to another XML file.
* tools of GNOME LaTeX. The only possible modification is to enable or disable
* a build tool. Each default build tool has an ID. These IDs are used to load
* and save the lists of enabled and disabled build tools. The XML file is never
* modified by GNOME LaTeX. But the XML file (located in data/build_tools/) can
* be modified by a developer to change a command, add a new build tool (with a
* new ID), etc. The changes will automatically be available to all the users
* when upgrading to the new GNOME LaTeX version. That's why the default build
* tools can not be modified and are not saved to another XML file.
*/
#include "config.h"
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......@@ -25,7 +25,7 @@
* When running a build tool, a post-processor is used to filter the output to
* display only the relevant messages. The output can come from the
* stdout/stderr of a build job command, or the contents of a log file, etc. In
* LaTeXila only the former is currently used, but it would be more robust to
* GNOME LaTeX only the former is currently used, but it would be more robust to
* read the LaTeX log file.
*
* For the no-output post-processor type, you should not need to create a
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......@@ -20,19 +20,19 @@
/**
* SECTION:synctex
* @title: LatexilaSynctex
* @short_description: SyncTeX support between LaTeXila and Evince
* @short_description: SyncTeX support between GNOME LaTeX and Evince
*
* The #LatexilaSynctex class (a singleton) implements the support of SyncTeX
* between LaTeXila and the Evince PDF viewer. It is used to switch between the
* source file(s) and the PDF, at the same position in the document. It is called
* the forward search: source file -> PDF. And backward search: PDF -> source
* file.
* between GNOME LaTeX and the Evince PDF viewer. It is used to switch between
* the source file(s) and the PDF, at the same position in the document. It is
* called the forward search: source file -> PDF. And backward search: PDF ->
* source file.
*
* It works only with PDF files, it doesn't work with DVI or PS or other
* generated document formats.
*
* D-Bus is used to communicate between LaTeXila and Evince. The implementation
* uses the asynchronous gdbus generated functions.
* D-Bus is used to communicate between GNOME LaTeX and Evince. The
* implementation uses the asynchronous gdbus generated functions.
*
* For the position, only the line is used, not the column. The column is a bit
* buggy.
......@@ -479,7 +479,7 @@ connect_evince_window_finish (LatexilaSynctex *synctex,
* @synctex: the #LatexilaSynctex instance.
* @pdf_uri: the PDF URI.
*
* Connects asynchronously the evince window for @pdf_uri. LaTeXila will then
* Connects asynchronously the evince window for @pdf_uri. GNOME LaTeX will then
* listen the signals emitted by the evince window when the user wants to switch
* from the PDF to the corresponding *.tex file.
*/
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......@@ -24,7 +24,7 @@
* @see_also: #LatexilaTemplatesPersonal
*
* #LatexilaTemplatesDefault is a singleton class that stores information about
* default templates. In LaTeXila, new documents are created from templates.
* default templates. In GNOME LaTeX, new documents are created from templates.
* There are a few default templates available, and personal templates can be
* created (see #LatexilaTemplatesPersonal).
*
......@@ -37,8 +37,8 @@
* In the git repository, default templates are located in the data/templates/
* directory. The templates are stored in XML format, with some chunks that are
* translatable or not. For example the babel package (or equivalent) is added
* to the preamble when LaTeXila is run in another language than English (and if
* a translation is available for that other language). Also, the letter
* to the preamble when GNOME LaTeX is run in another language than English (and
* if a translation is available for that other language). Also, the letter
* template can be completely translated, using even a different document class
* that is more suitable for the target language.
*/
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......@@ -140,14 +140,14 @@ latexila_utils_replace_home_dir_with_tilde (const gchar *filename)
/**
* latexila_utils_register_icons:
*
* Register the LaTeXila icons to the #GtkIconTheme as built-in icons. For
* Register the GNOME LaTeX icons to the #GtkIconTheme as built-in icons. For
* example the icon located at data/images/stock-icons/badbox.png in the
* LaTeXila git repository will be available with the icon name "badbox". The
* GNOME LaTeX git repository will be available with the icon name "badbox". The
* "stock-icons" directory name is for historical reasons and should be changed
* when stock icons are no longer used in LaTeXila.
* when stock icons are no longer used in GNOME LaTeX.
*
* TODO: prefix icon names with "latexila-", so the badbox.png would be
* "latexila-badbox".
* TODO: prefix icon names with "glatex-", so the badbox.png would be
* "glatex-badbox".
*/
void
latexila_utils_register_icons (void)
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......@@ -46,11 +46,11 @@ latexila_view_configure_space_drawer (GtkSourceView *view)
/* Rationale for always drawing non-breaking spaces:
*
* With my Dvorak bépo keyboard layout, it is possible to type a non-breaking
* space. I remember that one time I inserted one by mistake in LaTeXila, and
* when compiling the document there was an incomprehensible error, it took me
* some time to figure out that there was a non-breaking space... So, I think
* it's better to always draw non-breaking spaces, to distinguish them from
* normal spaces. -- swilmet
* space. I remember that one time I inserted one by mistake in GNOME LaTeX,
* and when compiling the document there was an incomprehensible error, it
* took me some time to figure out that there was a non-breaking space... So,
* I think it's better to always draw non-breaking spaces, to distinguish them
* from normal spaces. -- swilmet
*/
gtk_source_space_drawer_set_types_for_locations (space_drawer,
GTK_SOURCE_SPACE_LOCATION_ALL,
......@@ -67,7 +67,7 @@ latexila_view_configure_space_drawer (GtkSourceView *view)
*
* Attention, this function assumes that the #GtkSourceView:indent-width is -1
* or equal to the #GtkSourceView:tab-width, which is always the case in
* LaTeXila (there is no #GSettings for the #GtkSourceView:indent-width).
* GNOME LaTeX (there is no #GSettings for the #GtkSourceView:indent-width).
*
* Returns: one indentation level, as a string. Free with g_free() when no
* longer needed.
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* along with GNOME LaTeX. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
*/
/* Main header for the LaTeXila "library". Code using the library (e.g. Vala
/* Main header for the GNOME LaTeX "library". Code using the library (e.g. Vala
* code) should #include only this header.
*/
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