On Fri, Aug 21, 2009 at 12:59 AM, Glimmer Labs<glimmer07@...400...> wrote:
That is very odd. I could have sworn I added pytester.py and even
made a few revisions...
Anyway I svn added it and it didn't say it was already under version
control, so it should be there now.
Sorry for the confusion.
I never got a PPA working because I was busy getting the wrapper
library up and running. Any help is appreciated and if you have a
specific thing you'd like to work on I can get you pointed in the
right direction. Otherwise the Notes.txt file is a good place to get
started as it gives an overview of the system.
I got it.
I can help to do PPA :-)
I succeed once for my branch. I am going to help yours works, too.
Some links about my current works,
( on merging with gsoc's dbus branch, sometimes is broken... )
On Tue, Aug 18, 2009 at 2:24 PM, Kent Tenney<ktenney@...400...> wrote:
> On Sat, Aug 15, 2009 at 2:03 PM, Glimmer Labs<glimmer07@...400...> wrote:
>> On Fri, Aug 14, 2009 at 9:36 AM, Kent Tenney<ktenney@...400...> wrote:
>>> I see mention of pytester.py in src/inkscape/src/extension/dbus/Notes.txt
>>> but haven't found the file.
>> Update to the latest SVN and it should be in the dbus folder.
> I'm looking at r22127 of
> I don't see it.
>> I didn't add it at first because it was just for testing, but now I
>> realize it serves as a fairly good example script as well.
>> The reason it creates two documents is to make sure functions work
>> even if they are called on an inactive document. This can be changed
>> if you don't want to be opening lots of extra windows. (or use
>> document_0 if you don't want to open any extra windows.)