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Fix references to user profile directory.

r14.0.x
Darrell Anderson 10 years ago
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  1. 2
      Building-with-cmake.txt
  2. 2
      README
  3. 4
      doc/index.docbook
  4. 2
      src/kile/kilejscript.h
  5. 2
      src/kile/symbols/testfile.tex
  6. 2
      src/kile/templates.cpp
  7. 4
      translations/it/doc/index.docbook
  8. 4
      translations/sv/doc/index.docbook

2
Building-with-cmake.txt

@ -10,7 +10,7 @@ module anymore).
3. Enter the "kile-build" directory and call cmake with:
cmake <path to the kile directory> -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=$HOME/.kde
cmake <path to the kile directory> -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=$HOME/.trinity
to install Kile later on in the current user's home directory.

2
README

@ -16,7 +16,7 @@ All specified versions are minimum versions except for KDE and QT.
- `cd kile-2.0.x`
- ./configure --prefix=path_to_KDE3 (/usr or /opt/trinity generally) --with-qt-dir=path_to_QT3 library (/usr/lib/qt3 generally)
-- If you don't know what the path to KDE3 on your system is, you can use output of `tde-config --prefix`.
-- Or you can choose `--prefix=$HOME/.kde` to not mess up with your distribution's package management system.
-- Or you can choose `--prefix=$HOME/.trinity` to not mess up with your distribution's package management system.
- Type `make` to compile the package.
- Type `make install` to install the programs, data files and documentation.
- Type `kile` and enjoy the power of LaTeX together with the joy of using Kile :)

4
doc/index.docbook

@ -1612,7 +1612,7 @@
</para>
<para>
Completion files can be installed in a user's home directory under the <filename>~/.kde/share/apps/kile/complete/&lt;mode&gt;/</filename>
Completion files can be installed in a user's home directory under the <filename>~/.trinity/share/apps/kile/complete/&lt;mode&gt;/</filename>
subdirectory, where <parameter>&lt;mode&gt;</parameter> either stands for <constant>abbreviation</constant>, <constant>dictionary</constant> or <constant>tex</constant>.
</para>
@ -2079,7 +2079,7 @@
The procedure is so that you create a &latex; file with <userinput>\input{definitions}</userinput>,
which makes the commands listed below available, and let <userinput>gesymb mysymbols.tex user</userinput>
(which calles &latex; and &dvipng;) create the icons. After copying them to
<userinput>$HOME/.kde/share/apps/kile/mathsymbols/user/</userinput> and restarting kile you can use your own symbols.
<userinput>$HOME/.trinity/share/apps/kile/mathsymbols/user/</userinput> and restarting kile you can use your own symbols.
</para>
<para>
The following commands are defined in definitions.tex:

2
src/kile/kilejscript.h

@ -167,7 +167,7 @@ class Manager : public TQObject {
/**
* Returns the directory that can be used by the used to store Kile's scripts.
* Usually $HOME/.kde/share/apps/kile/scripts
* Usually $HOME/.trinity/share/apps/kile/scripts
**/
TQString getLocalJScriptDirectory() const;

2
src/kile/symbols/testfile.tex

@ -19,7 +19,7 @@
% - Needed packages can be specified using \pkgs[package-opt-argument]{package-name} for a single command or with \begin{neededpkgs}[pkgs-args,]{pkgs,} ... \end{neededpkgs} for all enclosed commands.
% - The \pkgs command has to be in front of the \command command and overrides any pkg specification by the neededpkgs enviroment.
% - The optional argument of \command and \mathcommand can hold a different command for insertion, e.g. useful for stuff like \mathcommand[\stackrel{}{}]{\stackrel{abc}{=}}
% After writing your custom tex file mysymbols.tex , you have to issue `gesymb mysymbols.tex user` and if everything went well copy the files to "$HOME/.kde/share/apps/kile/mathsymbols/user".
% After writing your custom tex file mysymbols.tex , you have to issue `gesymb mysymbols.tex user` and if everything went well copy the files to "$HOME/.trinity/share/apps/kile/mathsymbols/user".
% After restarting kile you should see your icons in the "User defined`` symbol list.
\begin{neededpkgs}{envpkg-blubb}
\command{a}

2
src/kile/templates.cpp

@ -66,7 +66,7 @@ Manager::~Manager() {
bool Manager::copyAppData(const KURL& src, const TQString& subdir, const TQString& fileName) {
TQString dir;
//let saveLocation find and create the appropriate place to
//store the templates (usually $HOME/.kde/share/apps/kile/templates)
//store the templates (usually $HOME/.trinity/share/apps/kile/templates)
dir = KGlobal::dirs()->saveLocation("appdata", subdir, true);
KURL targetURL = KURL::fromPathOrURL(dir);
targetURL.addPath(fileName);

4
translations/it/doc/index.docbook

@ -2932,7 +2932,7 @@
<para
>I file di completamento possono essere installati nella cartella Home di un utente nella cartella <filename
>~/.kde/share/apps/kile/complete/&lt;modalità&gt;/</filename
>~/.trinity/share/apps/kile/complete/&lt;modalità&gt;/</filename
>, dove <parameter
>&lt;modalità&gt;</parameter
> sta per <constant
@ -3577,7 +3577,7 @@
> (che chiama &latex; e &dvipng;) per creare le icone. Dopo averle copiate in <filename
>$<envar
>HOME</envar
>/.kde/share/apps/kile/mathsymbols/user/</filename
>/.trinity/share/apps/kile/mathsymbols/user/</filename
> e aver riavviato &kile; puoi usare i tuoi simboli. </para>
<para
>In <filename

4
translations/sv/doc/index.docbook

@ -2922,7 +2922,7 @@
<para
>Kompletteringsfiler kan installeras i en användares hemkatalog i underkatalogen <filename
>~/.kde/share/apps/kile/complete/&lt;typ&gt;/</filename
>~/.trinity/share/apps/kile/complete/&lt;typ&gt;/</filename
>, där <parameter
>&lt;typ&gt;</parameter
> antingen är <constant
@ -3547,7 +3547,7 @@
>, som gör kommandona listade nedan tillgängliga, och låter <userinput
>gesymb mysymbols.tex user</userinput
> skapa ikonerna (då anropas &latex; och &dvipng;). Efter att de har kopierats till <userinput
>$HOME/.kde/share/apps/kile/mathsymbols/user/</userinput
>$HOME/.trinity/share/apps/kile/mathsymbols/user/</userinput
> och Kile har startats om, kan du använda dina egna symboler. </para>
<para
>Följande kommandon är definierade i definitions.tex: <itemizedlist>

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