Commit e7450165 authored by Committed by Jody Goldberg
Use shift/ctrl space for select col/row/all even though this is just for
2006-04-05 Jody Goldberg <firstname.lastname@example.org> * src/wbcg-actions.c : Use shift/ctrl space for select col/row/all even though this is just for show. The accels are handled in gnumeric-canvas. * src/gnumeric-canvas.c (gnm_canvas_key_press) : re-organize to clarify when to handle things. (gnm_canvas_colrow_key_press) : new. 2006-04-05 Jody Goldberg <email@example.com> * src/wbcg-actions.c (cb_help_docs) : Use 'yelp help:gnumeric' * gnumeric.desktop.in (DocPath) : add an entry so that things show up in yelp (at least for suse 10.1) 2006-04-01 Jody Goldberg <firstname.lastname@example.org> http://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=336212 * src/func.c (function_iterate_argument_values) : This is ugly but it seems to do the right thing. We can not just assume that args to vararg functions should be evaluated as non-scalars. It is more subtle. Simple range_refs (direct or via a name) are non-scalar, but general expressions that use a range (A1:A10=3) evaluate depending on the top level mode, and honor implicit intersecion/iteration. * src/position.h : Replace the cols/rows elemnts of GnmEvalPos with a GnmExprArrayCorner pointer. This allows us to differentiate normal evaluation and singleton arrays. As a side benefit it uses less memory no 32bit architecture which is important as long as we still use recusion for the recalc queue. * src/position.c (eval_pos_init) : adjust to GnmEvalPos change. (eval_pos_init_pos) : ditto. (eval_pos_init_dep) : ditto. (eval_pos_init_cell) : ditto. (eval_pos_init_sheet) : ditto. * src/expr.c (gnm_expr_eval) : ditto. * src/func-builtin.c (gnumeric_table_link) : ditto. (gnumeric_table) : ditto. * src/dependent.c (link_expr_dep) : ditto. * plugins/fn-lookup/functions.c (gnumeric_row) : ditto. (gnumeric_col) : ditto. 2006-04-01 Jody Goldberg <email@example.com> * src/xml-sax-write.c : Add include to suppress warning.
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