Commit d9c46655 authored by Owen Taylor's avatar Owen Taylor Committed by Owen Taylor

Added XML-structured TODO file. python script to turn TODO.xml into pretty

Wed Feb 23 22:59:50 2000  Owen Taylor  <otaylor@redhat.com>

	* TODO.xml: Added XML-structured TODO file.
        * docs/make-todo: python script to turn TODO.xml into
          pretty XML output.
parent 6654a228
Wed Feb 23 22:59:50 2000 Owen Taylor <otaylor@redhat.com>
* TODO.xml: Added XML-structured TODO file.
* docs/make-todo: python script to turn TODO.xml into
pretty XML output.
2000-02-23 Jonathan Blandford <jrb@redhat.com>
* gtk/gtkstyle.c (gtk_default_draw_handle): add a 'paned' mode to
......
Wed Feb 23 22:59:50 2000 Owen Taylor <otaylor@redhat.com>
* TODO.xml: Added XML-structured TODO file.
* docs/make-todo: python script to turn TODO.xml into
pretty XML output.
2000-02-23 Jonathan Blandford <jrb@redhat.com>
* gtk/gtkstyle.c (gtk_default_draw_handle): add a 'paned' mode to
......
Wed Feb 23 22:59:50 2000 Owen Taylor <otaylor@redhat.com>
* TODO.xml: Added XML-structured TODO file.
* docs/make-todo: python script to turn TODO.xml into
pretty XML output.
2000-02-23 Jonathan Blandford <jrb@redhat.com>
* gtk/gtkstyle.c (gtk_default_draw_handle): add a 'paned' mode to
......
Wed Feb 23 22:59:50 2000 Owen Taylor <otaylor@redhat.com>
* TODO.xml: Added XML-structured TODO file.
* docs/make-todo: python script to turn TODO.xml into
pretty XML output.
2000-02-23 Jonathan Blandford <jrb@redhat.com>
* gtk/gtkstyle.c (gtk_default_draw_handle): add a 'paned' mode to
......
Wed Feb 23 22:59:50 2000 Owen Taylor <otaylor@redhat.com>
* TODO.xml: Added XML-structured TODO file.
* docs/make-todo: python script to turn TODO.xml into
pretty XML output.
2000-02-23 Jonathan Blandford <jrb@redhat.com>
* gtk/gtkstyle.c (gtk_default_draw_handle): add a 'paned' mode to
......
Wed Feb 23 22:59:50 2000 Owen Taylor <otaylor@redhat.com>
* TODO.xml: Added XML-structured TODO file.
* docs/make-todo: python script to turn TODO.xml into
pretty XML output.
2000-02-23 Jonathan Blandford <jrb@redhat.com>
* gtk/gtkstyle.c (gtk_default_draw_handle): add a 'paned' mode to
......
Wed Feb 23 22:59:50 2000 Owen Taylor <otaylor@redhat.com>
* TODO.xml: Added XML-structured TODO file.
* docs/make-todo: python script to turn TODO.xml into
pretty XML output.
2000-02-23 Jonathan Blandford <jrb@redhat.com>
* gtk/gtkstyle.c (gtk_default_draw_handle): add a 'paned' mode to
......
<todo>
<section>
<title>GDK</title>
<entry size="medium" status="70%" target="1.4">
<title>Add backing store support</title>
<description>
<p>
GTK+'s drawing model involves clearing to a background, and
then drawing widgets on top of this. Without having
backing-store support, this results in flickering in various
situations. Backing store cannot be added widget-by-widget,
because the drawing in a particular window is not confined
to a single widget. Instead it needs to be added per GDK
window.
</p>
<p>
The way this is done is by having
<tt>gdk_window_begin_paint()</tt>
and <tt>gdk_window_end_paint()</tt> functions that
redirect all drawing to a particular window to an offscreen
pixmap, and then copy that offscreen pixmap back onto the
screen when the paint operation is done. The implementation
of this is mostly complete in the <tt>gtk-no-flicker</tt> branch of
GTK+.
</p>
</description>
<url>http://www.gtk.org/~otaylor/gtk/1.4/gdk-drawing.html</url>
<contact>Owen Taylor &lt;otaylor@redhat.com&gt;</contact>
</entry>
<entry size="medium" status="70%" target="1.4">
<title>32 Bit Coordinates</title>
<description>
<p>
GTK+-1.2 and earlier share X's limitation on the
size of coordinates and restrict all dimensions
to 16 bit quantities. By clever use of X it is
possible to lift this restriction and present a
full 32-bit space to the user.
</p>
</description>
<url>http://www.gtk.org/~otaylor/gtk/1.4/gdk-drawing.html</url>
<contact>Owen Taylor &lt;otaylor@redhat.com&gt;</contact>
</entry>
<entry size="small" status="0%" target="1.4">
<title>Customizable double-click timeout</title>
<description>
<p>
The current fixed double-click timeout in GTK+
is too small for some users. This needs to be
customizable
</p>
</description>
<contact>gtk-devel-list@redhat.com</contact>
<bugs>#3958</bugs>
</entry>
</section>
<section>
<title>Internationalization</title>
<entry size="big" status="0%" target="1.4">
<title>Integrate Pango</title>
<description>
<p>
The purpose of the Pango project is to provide a system for
layout and rendering of internationlized text. It handles
most of the issues necessary to
</p>
</description>
<url>http://www.pango.org</url>
<contact>gtk-i18n-list@redhat.com</contact>
</entry>
<entry size="medium" status="20%" target="1.4">
<title>Switch to using UTF-8</title>
<description>
<p>
This is closely related to Pango integration. Pango deals
with all strings in terms of UTF-8; by switching GTK+ over
to UTF-8 we make it considerably simpler for developers to
support multiple languages properly while still retaining
a large degree of compatiblity with existing programs.
</p>
<p>
Some work has already been done on this as part of the Win32
port, since the Win32 port is currently using UTF-8 for all
strings. In general, this should be an easy job; the hardest
parts are places like GtkFileSelection, cut and paste, and
input method support where there is interaction between GTK+
and the operating system.
</p>
</description>
<contact>gtk-i18n-list@redhat.com</contact>
</entry>
<entry size="big" status="0%" target="1.4">
<title>Rewrite Input Method Support</title>
<description>
<p>
Current support for Input Methods is done via XIM, with
supported styles being over-the-spot and the root-window
styles. However, the over-the-spot style is not going to
work well with the Pango integration, since it relies on the
text rendering in the program being done in the standard
Xlib style, so it will be necessary to also support
on-the-spot input. On-the-spot input is done by supplying a
set of callbacks that are invoked by the input methods.
</p>
<p>
While adding the above support, it may be desirable to
generalize the input-method support to the point where
</p>
</description>
<contact>gtk-i18n-list@redhat.com</contact>
</entry>
</section>
<section>
<title>GTK+ Core</title>
<entry size="big" status="25%" target="1.4">
<title>Split GtkObject out</title>
<description>
<p>
The GTK+ object system is already in use in quite a few different
non-GUI applications; it would be desirable for these uses
to have the object system separated from the GUI portions
of GTK+.
</p>
</description>
<contact>Tim Janik &lt;timj@gtk.org&gt;</contact>
</entry>
<entry size="big" status="0%" target="1.4">
<title>Allow argument customization</title>
<description>
<p>
Many types of object arguments (expander style in the CList,
default padding in button boxes, etc), conceptually go with
the theme, or as user preferences; they should not be set by
a particular program.
</p>
<p>
There needs to be a mechanism for themes to be able to
control these arguments from the RC file.
</p>
</description>
</entry>
<entry size="medium" status="0%" target="1.4">
<title>Allow global customization</title>
<description>
<p>
There are a number of global parameters in GTK+ and GDK that should be
customizable by the user, such as the double-click timeout,
or whether widgets should be backing-stored by default.
</p>
<p>
If we had argument customization from an RC file, it might
be possible to do this simply with a global object with
arguments for the various global parameters that was
customized in the same fashion as object arguments.
</p>
</description>
</entry>
</section>
<section>
<title>GTK+ Widgets</title>
<entry size="small" status="0%" target="1.4">
<title>Make GtkFrame use a label</title>
<description>
<p>
The title of a frame should simply be another child widget
which, by default, holds a label widget. This will important
with Pango where proper text behavior will be more complex to
implement, but is also useful for certain user-interface
designs. (It can be useful, for example, to put a checkbutton
in that slot.)
</p>
</description>
<contact>gtk-devel-list@redhat.com</contact>
</entry>
<entry size="big" status="50%" target="1.4">
<title>Replace GtkText Widget</title>
<description>
<p>
The GtkText widget is badly in need of replacement, since it is
buggy and insufficiently feature rich. There are a number
of possible candidates for a replacement, with the most
promising at the current time being Havoc Pennington's
(hp@redhat.com) port of the Tk Text widget.
</p>
<p>
As part of this job it will be necessary to add
<a href="http://www.pango.org">Pango</a> support to the
replacement. The structure of the Tk text widget port seems
suited to this as it works paragraph-by-paragraph, and
Pango works at a sub-paragraph scale.
</p>
</description>
<contact>gtk-devel-list@redhat.com</contact>
</entry>
<entry size="big" status="0%" target="> 1.4">
<title>Add unified set of List/Tree/Grid widgets</title>
<description>
<p>
Currently, GTK+ has a large number of list and tree widgets
(GtkList, GtkTree, GtkCList, GtkCTree), non of which are
ideal. The GtkList and GtkTree widgets perform badly on large
sets. (GtkTree widget is also quite buggy.) GtkCList
and GtkCTree mostly solve the size problem, but are quite
complex and, despite that, not very flexible. They are limited to
displaying pixmaps and text, and neither support arbitrary
widgets nor custom drawing functions.
</p>
<p>
In addition to list and tree widgets, a closely related need
is a sheet widget that displays a (possibly editable) 2-D grid.
It would be desirable to have a complete set of widgets that
could be presented as the one-true-solution for these needs.
Model/View techniques could be used effectively to increase
both the simplicity and power of the interfaces.
</p>
</description>
<contact>gtk-devel-list@redhat.com</contact>
</entry>
</section>
</todo>
#!/usr/bin/python
import xmllib;
import sys;
import string
import re
def html_subst(s):
if s.group(1) != None:
return s.group(0)
elif s.group(2) != None:
return '<a href="' + s.group(0) + '">' + s.group(0) + '</a>'
elif s.group(3) != None:
return '<a href="mailto:' + s.group(0) + '">' + s.group(0) + '</a>'
def htmlify(str):
return re.sub ("(<[^>]*>)|(http://[~.:/\w-]+)|([\w._!-]+@[\w_-]+).[\w_-]+", html_subst, str)
def bug_subst(s):
if s.group(1) != None:
return s.group(0)
else:
n = s.group(2)
return '<a href="http://bugs.gnome.org/db/%s/%s.html">#%s</a>' % (n[0:2], n, n)
def bugify(str):
str = re.sub ("(<[^>]*>)|#(\d+)", bug_subst, str)
return htmlify(str)
def make_id(str):
return re.sub ("[^a-z]","-", string.lower(str))
class ParseError (Exception):
pass
class Entry:
def __init__(self):
self.description = None
self.title = None
self.url = None
self.contact = None
self.bugs = None
def set_size(self, size):
size = string.lower(size)
if size == "small":
self.size = "Small"
elif size == "medium":
self.size = "Medium"
elif size == "big":
self.size = "Big"
else:
raise ParseError, 'size must be "small", "medium", or "big"'
def output(self):
if self.size == "Big":
bgcolor = "#88bb88"
elif self.size == "Medium":
bgcolor = "#b4d4b4"
else:
bgcolor = "#d0e0d0"
print '''<table cellspacing="0" cellpadding="2" width="97%%" border="0" bgcolor="#000000">
<tbody><tr><td colspan=2>
<table cellspacing="0" cellpadding="5" width="100%%" border="0" bgcolor="#ffffff">
<tbody>
<tr bgcolor="%s">
<td align="left"><font size="+1">%s</font></font></td>
<td align="left" width="20%%"><b>Size</b>: %s</td>
<td align="center" width="20%%"><b>Status</b>: %s</td>
<td align="right" width="20%%"><b>Target Version</b>: %s</td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td colspan=4>
%s
<table cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0">
<tbody>''' % (bgcolor, self.title, self.size, self.status, self.target, htmlify(self.description))
if self.url != None:
print '''<tr><td width="0"><b>More Info</b>:</td>
<td>%s</td>
</tr>''' % htmlify (self.url)
if self.bugs != None:
print '''<tr><td width="0"><b>Bug Reports</b>:</td>
<td>%s</td>
</tr>''' % bugify (self.bugs)
if self.contact != None:
print '''<tr><td width="0"><b>Contact</b>:</td>
<td>%s</td>
</tr>''' % htmlify (self.contact)
print '''</tbody>
</table>
</td>
</tr>
</tbody></table>
</td></tr></tbody></table>
'''
class Section:
def __init__(self):
self.title = None
self.entries = []
def output(self):
print '<h2><a name="%s">%s</a></h2>' % (make_id(self.title), self.title)
first = 1
for entry in self.entries:
if not first:
print "<br>"
first = 0
entry.output()
class TodoParser (xmllib.XMLParser):
def __init__(self):
xmllib.XMLParser.__init__(self)
self.in_todo = 0
self.in_data = 0
self.data = ""
self.section = None
self.entry = None
self.sections = []
self.entitydefs = {}
def start_todo(self,attributes):
if self.in_todo:
raise ParseError, "<todo> tags may not be nested"
self.in_todo = 1
def end_todo(self):
self.in_todo = 0
def start_section(self,attributes):
if self.section:
raise ParseError, "<section> tags may not be nested"
self.section = Section()
def end_section(self):
if self.section.title == None:
raise ParseError, "<section> requires <title>"
self.sections.append(self.section)
self.section = None
def start_title(self,attributes):
if not self.section and not self.entry:
raise ParseError, "<title> tag must be in <section> or <entry>"
if self.in_data:
raise ParseError, "Unexpected <title> tag in content"
self.in_data = 1
def end_title(self):
self.in_data = 0
if self.entry:
self.entry.title = self.data
self.data = ""
else:
self.section.title = self.data
self.data = ""
def start_description(self,attributes):
if not self.entry:
raise ParseError, "<description> tag must be in <entry>"
if self.in_data:
raise ParseError, "Unexpected <description> tag in content"
self.in_data = 1
def end_description(self):
self.in_data = 0
self.entry.description = self.data
self.data = ""
def start_url(self,attributes):
if not self.entry:
raise ParseError, "<url> tag must be in <entry>"
if self.in_data:
raise ParseError, "Unexpected <url> tag in content"
self.in_data = 1
def end_url(self):
self.in_data = 0
self.entry.url = self.data
self.data = ""
def start_contact(self,attributes):
if not self.entry:
raise ParseError, "<contact> tag must be in <contact>"
if self.in_data:
raise ParseError, "Unexpected <contact> tag in content"
self.in_data = 1
def end_contact(self):
self.in_data = 0
self.entry.contact = self.data
self.data = ""
def start_bugs(self,attributes):
if not self.entry:
raise ParseError, "<bugs> tag must be in <bugs>"
if self.in_data:
raise ParseError, "Unexpected <bugs> tag in content"
self.in_data = 1
def end_bugs(self):
self.in_data = 0
self.entry.bugs = self.data
self.data = ""
def start_entry(self,attributes):
if not self.section:
raise ParseError, "<entry> tag must be in <section>"
if self.entry:
raise ParseError, "<entry> tags may not be nested"
self.entry = Entry()
if not attributes.has_key("size"):
raise ParseError, '"size" attribute required for entry'
self.entry.set_size(attributes["size"])
if not attributes.has_key("status"):
raise ParseError, '"status" attribute (completion percentage) required for entry'
self.entry.status=attributes["status"]
if not attributes.has_key("target"):
raise ParseError, '"target" attribute (target version) required for entry'
self.entry.target=attributes["target"]
def end_entry(self):
if self.entry.title == None:
raise ParseError, "<entry> requires <title>"
if self.entry.description == None:
raise ParseError, "<entry> requires <description>"
self.section.entries.append(self.entry)
self.entry = None
def handle_data(self,data):
if self.in_data:
self.data = self.data + data
def unknown_starttag(self,tag,attributes):
if not self.in_data:
raise ParseError, "Unexpected start tag: " + tag
else:
self.data = self.data + "<" + tag
for (key,val) in attributes.items():
self.data = self.data + ' %s="%s"' % (key,val)
self.data = self.data + ">"
def unknown_endtag(self,tag):
if not self.in_data:
raise ParseError, "Unexpected end tag: " + tag
else:
self.data = self.data + "</%s>" % tag
def syntax_error(self, err):
if re.match("reference to unknown entity", err):
pass
else:
xmllib.XMLParser.syntax_error (self, err)
def unknown_entityref(self,ref):
if not self.in_data:
raise ParseError, "Unknown entity &" + ref + ";"
else:
self.data = self.data + "&" + ref + ";"
file = open(sys.argv[1])
parser = TodoParser()
lineno = 1
while 1:
line = file.readline()
if line == "":
break
try:
parser.feed(line)
except ParseError, err:
sys.stderr.write("Parse error at line " + `lineno` + ": " + err.__str__() + "\n")
sys.exit(1)
except RuntimeError, err:
sys.stderr.write(err.__str__() + "\n")
sys.exit(1)
lineno = lineno + 1
parser.close()
print '''<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.0//EN">
<html>
<head>
<title>GTK+ TODO List</title>
</head>
<body bgcolor="#ffffff">
<table width="100%" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" border="0">
<tbody>
<tr valign="top">
<td>
<h1>GTK+ TODO List</h1>'''
for section in parser.sections:
ntasks = len(section.entries)
id = make_id (section.title)
if ntasks == 1:
print '<a href="#%s">%s</a> (1 item)<br>' % (id,section.title)
else:
print '<a href="#%s">%s</a> (%d items)<br>' % (id,section.title,ntasks)
print '''
</td>
<td align="right">
<img src="gtk-logo-rgb.gif" alt="GTK+ Logo"></img>
</td>
</tr>
</tbody>
</table>
'''
first = 1
for section in parser.sections:
if not first:
print "<br><br>"
first = 0
section.output()
print '''</body>
</html>'''
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