Commit 79bf0247 authored by Marc Lehmann's avatar Marc Lehmann
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see plug-ins/perl/Changes

parent 5b68e8d6
Revision history for Gimp-Perl extension.
- changed the definition of PF_RADIO, simplifying it (it ain't no C).
1.07 Mon Mar 15 01:27:05 CET 1999
- added examples/yinyang, examples/image_tile, examples/stamps.
- bangpath is no longer updated inplace. As a result, only plug-ins
......@@ -15,7 +17,7 @@ Revision history for Gimp-Perl extension.
- gimp_progress_init now accepts either one or two arguments.
- switched to using Devel::PPPort, which hopefulyl solves all my
problems.
- argh! gimptool path was wrong again! the fix version should be much
- argh! gimptool path was wrong again! the fixed version should be much
faster as well.
- new module Gimp::Pod.
- embedded pod documentation will now be shown when the Help button
......
......@@ -278,8 +278,10 @@ sub format_msg {
sub _initialized_callback {
if (@log) {
for(@log) {
Gimp->message(format_msg($_)) if $_->[3] && $interface_type eq "lib";
unless ($in_net || $in_query || $in_quit || $in_init) {
for(@log) {
Gimp->message(format_msg($_)) if $_->[3];
}
}
Gimp->_gimp_append_data ('gimp-perl-log', map join("\1",@$_)."\0",@log);
@log=();
......@@ -296,7 +298,7 @@ sub logger {
$args{function} = "" unless defined $args{function};
$args{fatal} = 1 unless defined $args{fatal};
push(@log,[$basename,@args{'function','message','fatal'}]);
print STDERR format_msg($log[-1]),"\n" if ($in_run || $in_net || $verbose);
print STDERR format_msg($log[-1]),"\n" if !($in_query || $in_init || $in_quit) || $verbose;
_initialized_callback if initialized();
}
......@@ -304,6 +306,25 @@ sub die_msg {
logger(message => substr($_[0],0,-1), fatal => 1, function => 'ERROR');
}
unless ($no_SIG) {
$SIG{__DIE__} = sub {
unless ($^S || !defined $^S || $in_quit) {
die_msg $_[0];
initialized() ? die "BE QUIET ABOUT THIS DIE\n" : xs_exit(main());
} else {
die $_[0];
}
};
$SIG{__WARN__} = sub {
unless ($in_quit) {
warn $_[0];
} else {
logger(message => substr($_[0],0,-1), fatal => 0, function => 'WARNING');
}
};
}
sub call_callback {
my $req = shift;
my $cb = shift;
......@@ -347,25 +368,6 @@ sub quiet_main {
main;
}
unless ($no_SIG) {
$SIG{__DIE__} = sub {
unless ($^S || !defined $^S || $in_quit) {
die_msg $_[0];
initialized() ? die "BE QUIET ABOUT THIS DIE\n" : xs_exit(main());
} else {
die $_[0];
}
};
$SIG{__WARN__} = sub {
unless ($in_quit) {
warn $_[0];
} else {
logger(message => substr($_[0],0,-1), fatal => 0, function => 'WARNING');
}
};
}
##############################################################################
if ($interface_type=~/^lib$/i) {
......
......@@ -351,8 +351,9 @@ sub interact($$$@) {
my $b = new Gtk::HBox 0,5;
my($r,$prev);
my $prev_sub = sub { $r = $_[0] };
for (@$extra) {
my ($label,$value)=@$_;
while (@$extra) {
my $label = shift @$extra;
my $value = shift @$extra;
my $radio = new Gtk::RadioButton $label;
$radio->set_group ($prev) if $prev;
$b->pack_start ($radio,1,0,5);
......@@ -822,11 +823,11 @@ The same as PF_SLIDER, except that this one uses a spinbutton instead of a scale
In addition to a default value, an extra argument describing the various
options I<must> be provided. That extra argument must be a reference
to an array filled with ["Option-Name", integer-value] pairs. Gimp::Fu
to an array filled with C<Option-Name => Option-Value> pairs. Gimp::Fu
will then generate a horizontal frame with radio buttons, one for each
alternative. For example:
[PF_RADIO, "direction", "the direction to move to", 5, [["Left",5],["Right",7]]]
[PF_RADIO, "direction", "the direction to move to", 5, [Left => 5, Right => 7]]]
draws two buttons, when the first (the default, "Left") is activated, 5
will be returned. If the second is activated, 7 is returned.
......
......@@ -5,13 +5,25 @@ use Config;
$VERSION=$Gimp::VERSION;
sub myqx(&) {
local $/;
local *MYQX;
if (0==open MYQX,"-|") {
&{$_[0]};
close STDOUT;
Gimp::_exit;
}
<MYQX>;
}
sub find_converters {
my $path = $Config{installscript};
$converter{text} ="$path/pod2text" if -x "$path/pod2text";
$converter{html} ="$path/pod2html" if -x "$path/pod2html";
$converter{man} ="$path/pod2man" if -x "$path/pod2man" ;
$converter{latex}="$path/pod2latex" if -x "$path/pod2latex" ;
$converter{text} = sub { my $pod=shift; require Pod::Text; myqx { Pod::Text::pod2text (-60000, $pod) } };
$converter{texta}= sub { my $pod=shift; require Pod::Text; myqx { Pod::Text::pod2text (-60000, '-a', $pod) } };
$converter{html} = sub { my $pod=shift; require Pod::Html; myqx { Pod::Html::pod2html ($pod) } };
$converter{man} = sub { qx($path/pod2man $pod) } if -x "$path/pod2man" ;
$converter{latex}= sub { qx($path/pod2latex $pod) } if -x "$path/pod2latex" ;
}
sub find {
......@@ -25,14 +37,14 @@ sub new {
bless $self, $pkg;
}
sub cache_doc {
sub _cache {
my $self = shift;
my $fmt = shift;
if (!$self->{doc}{$fmt} && $converter{$fmt}) {
my $doc = qx($converter{$fmt} $self->{path});
my $doc = $converter{$fmt}->($self->{path});
undef $doc if $?>>8;
undef $doc if $doc=~/^[ \t\r\n]*$/;
$self->{doc}{$fmt}=$doc;
$self->{doc}{$fmt}=\$doc;
}
$self->{doc}{$fmt};
}
......@@ -40,7 +52,44 @@ sub cache_doc {
sub format {
my $self = shift;
my $fmt = shift || 'text';
$self->cache_doc($fmt);
${$self->_cache($fmt)};
}
sub sections {
my $self = shift;
my $doc = $self->_cache('text');
$$doc =~ /^\S.*$/mg;
}
sub section {
my $self = shift;
my $doc = $self->_cache('text');
($doc) = $$doc =~ /^$_[0]$(.*?)^[A-Z]/sm;
$doc =~ y/\r//d;
$doc =~ s/^\s*\n//;
$doc =~ s/[ \t\r\n]+$/\n/;
$doc =~ s/^ //mg;
$doc;
}
sub author {
my $self = shift;
$self->section('AUTHOR');
}
sub blurb {
my $self = shift;
$self->section('BLURB') || $self->section('NAME');
}
sub description {
my $self = shift;
$self->section('DESCRIPTION');
}
sub copyright {
my $self = shift;
$self->section('COPYRIGHT') || $self->section('AUTHOR');
}
find_converters;
......@@ -59,6 +108,9 @@ Gimp::Pod - Evaluate pod documentation embedded in scripts.
$pod = new Gimp::Pod;
$text = $pod->format ();
$html = $pod->format ('html');
$synopsis = $pod->section ('SYNOPSIS');
$author = $pod->author;
@sections = $pod->sections;
=head1 DESCRIPTION
......@@ -75,12 +127,32 @@ future versions might have more interesting features.
return a new Gimp::Pod object representing the current script or undef, if
an error occured.
=item format [format]
=item format([$format])
Returns the embedded pod documentation in the given format, or undef if no
documentation can be found. Format can be one of 'text', 'html', 'man' or
'latex'. If none is specified, 'text' is assumed.
=item section($header)
Tries to retrieve the section with the header C<$header>. There is no
trailing newline on the returned string, which may be undef in case the
section can't be found.
=item author
=item blurb
=item description
=item copyright
Tries to retrieve fields suitable for calls to the register function.
=item sections
Returns a list of paragraphs found in the pod.
=back
=head1 AUTHOR
......
......@@ -90,7 +90,7 @@ register
"Generates an animation thats blows the selected layer in or out",
"John Pitney",
"John Pitney <pitney\@uiuc.edu>",
"1999-02-24",
"1999-03-15",
"<Image>/Filters/Distorts/BlowInOut",
"*",
[
......@@ -99,8 +99,8 @@ register
[PF_VALUE, "distance", "How far to blow",30],
# What I really need here are radio buttons! Maybe they even exist...
# You wanted them...
[PF_RADIO, "direction", "Blow direction", 0, [["In", 1],["Out", 0]]],
[PF_RADIO, "series", "Kind of series", 1, [["Arithmetic",1],["Geometric",0]]]
[PF_RADIO, "direction", "Blow direction", 0, [In => 1, Out => 0]],
[PF_RADIO, "series", "Kind of series", 1, [Arithmetic => 1, Geometric => 0]]
],
[],
\&blowinout;
......
......@@ -3,22 +3,29 @@
use Gimp;
use Gimp::Fu;
register "my_first_gimp_fu", # fill in name
"My very first Gimp::Fu script", # and a small description,
"Just a starting point to derive new scripts", # a help text
register "my_first_gimp_fu", # fill in a function name
"My very first Gimp::Fu script", # and a short description,
"Just a starting point to derive new ". # a (possibly multiline) help text
"scripts. Always remember to put a long".
"help message here!",
"My name", # don't forget your name (author)
"My name (my copyright)", # and your copyright!
"19981006", # the date this script was written
"<Toolbox>/Xtns/MY Very First", # the menu path
"<Toolbox>/Xtns/My Very First", # the menu path
"*", # which image types do I accept (all)
[
[PF_SLIDER , "width" , "The image width" , 360, [300, 500]],
[PF_SPINNER , "height" , "The image height" , 100, [100, 200]],
[PF_STRING , "text" , "The Message" , "example text"],
[PF_INT , "bordersize" , "The bordersize" , 10],
[PF_FLOAT , "borderwidth" , "The borderwidth" , 1/5],
[PF_FONT , "font" , "The Font Family" ],
[PF_COLOR , "text_colour" , "The (foreground) text colour", [10,10,10]],
[PF_COLOR , "bg_colour" , "The background colour" , "#ff8000"],
[PF_COLOUR , "text_colour" , "The (foreground) text colour", [10,10,10]],
[PF_COLOUR , "bg_colour" , "The background colour" , "#ff8000"],
[PF_TOGGLE , "ignore_cols" , "Ignore colours" , 0],
[PF_IMAGE , "extra_image" , "An additonal picture to ignore"],
[PF_DRAWABLE , "extra_draw" , "Somehting to ignroe as well" ],
[PF_RADIO , "type" , "The effect type" , 0, [small => 0, large => 1]],
[PF_BRUSH , "a_brush" , "An unused brush" ],
[PF_PATTERN , "a_pattern" , "An unused pattern" ],
[PF_GRADIENT , "a_gradients" , "An unused gradients" ],
......
......@@ -39,11 +39,11 @@ register
"Otherwise, it overwrites the current layer and uses a solid noise",
"Seth Burgess",
"Seth Burgess <sjburges\@gimp.org>",
"1999-03-14",
"1999-03-15",
"<Image>/Filters/Render/Terral Text",
"RGB*,GRAY*",
[
[ PF_RADIO, "solid_noise", "The Texture Type", 0, [["solid noise",1],["current picture",0]]],
[ PF_RADIO, "solid_noise", "The Texture Type", 0, ["solid noise" => 1, "current picture" => 0]],
[ PF_FONT, "helvetica", "Font Name", "-*-helvetica-medium-r-normal-*-*-240-*-*-p-*-iso8859-1" ],
[ PF_STRING, "Text", "Enter your Text to be Terral-ified", "TerralText"],
[ PF_SLIDER, "Blur Amount", "Blur Amount", 10, [0,26,1]],
......
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