Initial import of libqt-perl (not yet TQt compatible)

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Timothy Pearson 12 years ago
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PerlQt-3 is (c) Ashley Winters 2002, and (c) Germain Garand 2003
The project's homepage is at http://perlqt.sourceforge.net
Puic was derived from Pyuic(Phil Thompson et alii) and Uic(Trolltech As) by
Germain Garand.
The Smoke binding library was conceived by Ashley Winters.
It uses the Kalyptus Parser by Richard Dale, with a module implemented
by David Faure.
All code in this tree is released under the terms of the GNU Public License
v2.

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2003-09-09 GG (v.3.008)
- improved garbage collection. No more leaks of Q*Items.
GC is now believed to be entirely sound.
- faster/cleaner build system (no more automake dependancy)
- speed optimizations (+50% gain)
- 9 new marshallers (Q*List are marshalled as a reference to a Perl array of Q*)
- tied marshallers for non-const QString/QByteArray
$ts = Qt::TextStream( $x, IO_WriteOnly );
$ts << "foo"; # will write to $x
- alternative Sig/Slot declaration syntax
sub a_signal : SIGNAL(int,QString);
sub a_slot : SLOT(int,QString) {
#do something
}
- perleditor plugin for Qt Designer (released separately as pqt-designer package)
- Perl syntax highlighting
- thorough code completion (static and instance methods, &Qt::enums...)
- Perl aware Object Browser ("Class Declarations" tab)
- run your PerlQt project straight from the designer
- STDIN/STDOUT output and Perl messages are redirected to the Output Window view,
with corrected line numbers pointing to syntax errors.
- global scope Qt functions (bitBlt, qCompress...) are now available.
- gathered in the Qt::GlobalSpace namespace
- import them to current namespace with "use Qt::GlobalSpace"
- global scope operators are available as well (e.g Qt::Point + Qt::point)
- bug fixes and other improvements.
=> see ChangeLog.CVS.delta and ChangeLog.CVS for details
2002-02-13 GG (v.3.006)
- "use bytes" pragma now changes the way QStrings are marshalled
back to Perl : within the scope, instead of all utf-8, QStrings are
marshalled to ISO-Latin1 by default, or to locale if "use locale" is
active.
- Operator overloading is now functional. 21 operators are available.
e.g:
$d = Qt::TextStream( $f );
$d << "Foo " << 12 << " Bar";
N.B: the copy constructor operator('=') isn't overloaded.
It clashes with the perl paradigm.
- fixed a bug in QCString Marshaller : plain ASCII was tagged as UTF-8
- raised priority of QString in case of ambiguous call
- allow runtime definition of signals and slots (via eval)
- added two development tools : pqtsh (a graphical PerlQt shell) and
pqtapi (a command line introspection tool)
- look also in super classes when dumping possible candidates (Qt::debug)
- updated french and english documentation
- module Qt::constants for on-demand loading of global Qt constants
(as of now, only concerns IO_* constants defined in qiodevice.h)
e.g:
use Qt::constants qw(:IO)
or
use Qt::constants qw( IO_ReadOnly IO_WriteOnly )
from an idea by Marek Rouchal
2002-12-16 GG (v.3.004-final)
- test suite ("make test" target)
- one more example (progress.pl)
- fixed a bug related to pointer mapping and Smoke's cf_virtual flag
(regeneration of Smoke isn't mandatory, but is recommended)
- fixed possible redefinition of a sub in isa.pm
- raised default test threshold to 10
- some code optimizations (object construction/destruction)
- added an undocumented but supported CAST function
e.g CAST $obj, "Qt::Application"; (it proved to be useful in some
situations)
2002-12-11 GG. (v.3.004-RC2)
- turnaround for segfaults with some KDE themes (KThemeStyles)
=>will work witth kdelibs compiled with --disable-fast-malloc and --enable-fast-malloc,
but not with --enable-fast-malloc=full
- Qt::version()
- updated documentation (marshallers, debugging, i18n)
- switch to Makefile.PL for driving ./configure
2002-12-07 GG. (v.3.004-RC1)
- better ISO C++ compliance and portability
-ansi -pedantic is now almost silent except for some Perl Macros
- speed improvements over 40%
ported memoïze-like cache to C++ ; various code optimizations
- Signal/Slots inheritance now works as expected
- proper handling of Qt modules stored in a hierarchy
- introduced SUPER->method() construct for accessing methods in the
superclass
- Internationalization
Perl strings are marshalled to QStrings either in utf8, iso-latin-1 or
current locale according to context (the rule is: if they are tagged as utf8, use
utf8 ; if not, use iso-latin by default or current locale if the "locale"
pragma is active) ; they are always marshalled back as utf8.
- You can now safely "eval" PerlQt code.
- New marshallers:
QCString /*/&, bool */&, QValueList<int> /*/&
- Debugging channels through "use Qt::debug"
You can now monitor specific parts of your application's behaviour.
Available channels are : ambiguous, calls, gc, autoload, virtual,
verbose, all.
- Updated documentation + french translation
many thanks to Stéphane Payrard for the accurate french translation !
- Subclassing Qt::Application is now possible
- Smoke can be built with Qt-3.1
- Various other bug fixes
2002-08-24 Germain Garand <germain@ebooksfrance.com> (v.3.001)
* initial release

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2003-09-13 00:39 germaingarand
* PerlQt/handlers.cpp:
- cache copy constructor && destructor lookups
- avoid looking twice in type hash for most common types
2003-09-13 00:37 germaingarand
* PerlQt/Qt.pm:
- fix line numbers && current file on error (no method to call...)
2003-09-12 15:43 germaingarand
* PerlQt/handlers.cpp:
- reworking the tied marshallers: let's allow readonly variables.
2003-09-12 15:24 germaingarand
* PerlQt/t/b_nogui.t:
- adding test for tied marshaller/TextStream
2003-09-12 13:13 germaingarand
* PerlQt/Qt.xs:
(see previous commit on handlers.cpp)
2003-09-12 13:12 germaingarand
* PerlQt/handlers.cpp:
- fix garbage collection: we need to register external objects as well, so that
widgets using e.g: the $mainWindow->menuBar() pointer as parent don't get GCed.
- do not look in real stash if call is for a Qt::enum
(emulation of the previous Legacy autoload behaviour)
2003-09-12 13:02 germaingarand
* PerlQt/Qt.pm:
- strict matching is too strict. We'll do that only for operators
2003-09-10 18:16 germaingarand
* PerlQt/Qt.pm:
- We don't want to check the type of every argument, but let's check at least Qt Objects.
Wrong casts are deadly and hard to debug.
- got rid of the legacy autoload. Fully qualified calls are much faster now.
2003-09-10 13:17 germaingarand
* puic/uic.cpp:
- 3.1 Actions were housed
2003-09-09 10:45 germaingarand
* ChangeLog.CVS, ChangeLog.CVS.delta, Makefile.am, cvs2cl.pl:
- updated ChangeLogs
2003-09-09 09:21 germaingarand
* PerlQt/: Qt.xs, handlers.cpp:
fix compile for 5.6.1
2003-09-09 07:32 germaingarand
* perleditor/: perlcompletion.cpp, perlcompletion.h:
- perlcompletion isn't at top speed until a first call has been made.
Put a singleShot timer to warm it up before the user come
2003-09-09 06:25 germaingarand
* PerlQt/Makefile.PL.in:
- add qt_libraries to RPATH too, otherwise Qt.so can pull a qt-mt library different from the one Smoke
would have picked up.
2003-09-08 18:13 germaingarand
* PerlQt/t/ca_i18n.t:
- one more test, monitoring "use bytes" pragma
2003-09-08 16:24 germaingarand
* PerlQt/: MANIFEST, Makefile.PL.in, Qt.pod:
- cleaning Makefile.PL.in
- install documentation in {datadir}/PerlQt-3
- install a short Qt.pod notice pointing to the real doc, for those
who are going to try "perldoc Qt" :-}
2003-09-08 15:38 germaingarand
* doc/: en/PerlQt.pod, en/index.html, fr/PerlQt.pod, fr/index.html:
- updated documentation (/en and /fr) to reflect 3.008 changes
2003-09-08 02:23 germaingarand
* perleditor/README.perleditor.quickstart:
- a bit of documentation never hurts...
2003-09-08 01:47 germaingarand
* perleditor/: objectbrowser.cpp, perlaction.cpp:
- fixing proper detection of PerlEditor modified state when Running Project
2003-09-07 15:32 germaingarand
* perleditor/: listeditor.h, mainfilesettings.h, preferences.h,
projectsettings.h, slotfuncdia.h:
removing auto-generated headers
2003-09-07 15:26 germaingarand
* PerlQt/lib/Qt/debug.pm:
- warn and display list of available debugging channels when asked for an unknown one
2003-09-07 15:18 germaingarand
* configure.in, PerlQt/Qt.pm:
- bumping version to 3.008
2003-09-07 14:35 germaingarand
* PerlQt/: Qt.xs, handlers.cpp:
- major bug fix: "use bytes" and "use locale" pragmata didn't apply to current scope.
They are held in the op_private of the context stack after compiling, no more in PL_hints.
Thanks to Ashley for pointing where to find them :)
Additionaly, there was a loss of context in AUTOLOAD due to the many hops.
So we need to fetch the old context in there.
2003-09-06 21:05 germaingarand
* puic/: Makefile.am, puic.1:
adding Lutz Badenheuer <Lutz.Badenheuer@t-online.de>'s man page
2003-09-06 19:03 germaingarand
* perleditor/yyindent.cpp:
- fix comment detection.
2003-09-06 16:51 germaingarand
* PerlQt/Qt.pm:
- be more strict when matching ambiguous methods
- fixed a bug regarding the priority of some types
2003-09-05 03:30 germaingarand
* PerlQt/: Qt.pm, Qt.xs, handlers.cpp:
- implemented QByteArray Marshaller (from/to Perl string, tied if needed)
Still needs some thought /wrt to Utf8 handling (think qCompress/qUncompress)
With QDataStream static operators and this, we get a nice object serializer :)
use Qt::constants;
$bytearray = "";
$a = Qt::DataStream( $bytearray, IO_WriteOnly );
# now magically serialize some objects in $bytearray
$a << $qdatetime << $qfont << $qpixmap;
2003-09-01 21:09 germaingarand
* PerlQt/: Qt.xs, handlers.cpp:
- real non-const QString&/* marshaller implemented via tied scalars
e.g:
use Qt;
use Qt::constants;
$str = "Foooooooooooooooo";
$ts = Qt::TextStream( $str, IO_WriteOnly );
$ts << "pi = " << 3.14;
# $str is now "pi = 3.14oooooooo"
The link is maintained until the scalar is destroyed, or until it is untied.
2003-08-31 16:35 germaingarand
* PerlQt/lib/Qt/GlobalSpace.pm, PerlQt/Qt.pm, PerlQt/t/b_nogui.t,
kalyptus/ChangeLog, kalyptus/Iter.pm, kalyptus/README,
kalyptus/kalyptus, kalyptus/kalyptusCxxToSmoke.pm,
kalyptus/kdocAstUtil.pm:
updating kalyptus/smoke (GlobSpace operator names no longer munged)
2003-08-31 14:38 germaingarand
* PerlQt/: Qt.pm, lib/Qt/slots.pm:
- more permissive syntax for new sig/slot declarations (white spaces, quotes)
- implement consistency check of old vs. new style slot declarations
allows one to say
use Qt::slots "foo" => ["int"];
then
sub foo : SLOT( int ) {} # OK. Same decl. Noop.
sub foo : SLOT( QString ) {} # triggers a warning:
# Slot declaration:
# foo(QString)
# will override previous declaration:
# foo(int)
2003-08-30 23:01 germaingarand
* PerlQt/Qt.pm:
Doing it the Right Way.
- make $SIG{__DIE__} local inside eval'ed ops
- added missing operators (unary minus, binary mul)
- GlobalSpace operators with assignment were returning wrong values
2003-08-28 02:10 germaingarand
* smoke/qt/generate.pl.in, smoke/qt/qt_smoke.h, kalyptus/kalyptus,
kalyptus/kalyptusCxxToSmoke.pm, kalyptus/kalyptusDataDict.pm,
kalyptus/kdocAstUtil.pm:
- GlobalSpace support + updates
2003-08-28 02:02 germaingarand
* smoke/qt/header_list:
-removing conflicting/useless headers
2003-08-28 01:28 germaingarand
* PerlQt/: Qt.pm, lib/Qt/GlobalSpace.pm, lib/Qt/constants.pm:
- adding support for the new Qt::GlobalSpace pseudo-class holding all global Qt functions.
Requires a recompilation of Smoke.
use Qt::GlobalSpace; # exports all symbols to the caller's namespace (not recommended)
use Qt::GlobalSpace qw( bitBlt qCompress qSysInfo ); # export listed symbols only
- when an operator call fails, forward the call to Qt::GlobalSpace which has a lot of static operators:
$aPoint = Qt::Point( 20, 20 );
$aPoint += Qt::Point( 10, 10); # this one calls Qt::Point->operator+()
$o = Qt::Point(10,10) + Qt::Point(30,30); # this is forwarded to Qt::GlobalSpace::+( QPoint, QPoint )
- made "use Qt::constant" export all symbols by default (IO_ReadOnly, ...).
2003-08-20 10:12 germaingarand
* PerlQt/handlers.cpp:
- construct_copy for const ref: update the macros, and oh, don't forget to
mark the resulting object as allocated. Caveat leakem.
2003-08-20 09:25 germaingarand
* PerlQt/handlers.cpp:
- fixed a severe bug in construct_copy
- when marshalling const QFoo&, construct a copy...
this ought to fix a lot of subtle bugs (mostly QShared related).
2003-08-14 20:52 germaingarand
* puic/: form.cpp, uic.cpp, uic.h:
- various fixes for when compiling with Qt < 3.1
2003-08-14 18:44 germaingarand
* PerlQt/Makefile.PL.in, admin/acinclude.m4.in,
smoke/qt/qtguess.pl.in:
- nice patch by Marek Rouchal<marek.rouchal@infineon.com>. Improves Solaris
compatibility and static builds. Many thanks to him!
- fix the sometimes incorrect rpath for Smoke (kde_libraries=>libdir)
2003-08-14 18:35 germaingarand
* puic/: form.cpp, main.cpp, object.cpp, uic.cpp, uic.h,
widgetdatabase.cpp:
- end of uic 3.2 merging at last. Pheeeew.
2003-08-14 18:22 germaingarand
* perleditor/perlaction.cpp:
- prevent random crash when destroying qprocesses too early
2003-07-18 03:14 germaingarand
* puic/object.cpp:
- compile fix by David Hugh-Jones <hughjonesd@yahoo.co.uk>
2003-06-14 04:52 germaingarand
* smoke/qt/Makefile.am, smoke/qt/header_list,
kalyptus/kalyptusCxxToSmoke.pm:
- fix Smoke generation for Qt-3.2b1
2003-06-14 04:47 germaingarand
* PerlQt/: Qt.pm, Qt.xs, handlers.cpp, perlqt.h:
- speed optimizations again. cachegrind rocks
2003-06-09 17:17 germaingarand
* PerlQt/lib/Qt/attributes.pm:
- do not redefine attributes if they have already been defined in base class.
2003-06-09 17:15 germaingarand
* PerlQt/: Qt.pm, Qt.xs:
- Some polishing on Q*Items garbage collection. setAllocated() is now correct.
- Speed, speed, speed. Moved object destruction routine to XS. Object creation/deletion
is now 50% faster than in 5.006
2003-06-08 02:01 germaingarand
* puic/: domtool.cpp, domtool.h, form.cpp, main.cpp, object.cpp,
subclassing.cpp, uic.cpp, uic.h, widgetdatabase.cpp:
- big merges from uic. Regressions expected. Needs testing
2003-06-06 21:30 germaingarand
* PerlQt/: Qt.pm, Qt.xs:
- sig/slot defined via sub attributes are now created upon metaObject() request if needed.
Much better this way, since it allows runtime evaluation:
eval "sub foo : SLOT() {}"
2003-06-06 02:51 germaingarand
* PerlQt/Qt.pm:
for now: slot/signal/dcop => SLOT/SIGNAL/DCOP
2003-06-06 01:53 germaingarand
* PerlQt/Qt.pm:
- moved the sig/slot attributes handling from Qt::base to the Qt::Object package,
where it obviously belongs
- silenced a 5.6.0 warning /wrt Qt::debug
2003-06-05 22:07 germaingarand
* PerlQt/: Qt.pm, lib/Qt/signals.pm, lib/Qt/slots.pm:
- implemented Ashley's great syntax proposal for sig/slots definition via sub attributes
sub mySlot : slot( int, const QString& ) { ... }
sub mySig : signal( bool );
Of course, the old/alternative syntax is still valid.
2003-06-05 15:22 germaingarand
* PerlQt/: Qt.pm, Qt.xs:
- fixed the garbage collection for Q*Items.
Use list->takeItem( foo ) when available to safely remove an Item from a list (then undef it to delete).
- as a consequence, could remove the dreadful obj->isa("Q*Item") test. Gives a nice 30% speed up in
Object creation.
2003-05-30 03:22 germaingarand
* puic/puic.pro:
- added a qmake project file, for easy building of puic when checked out separately
( export QTDIR, then:
$QTDIR/bin/qmake -makefile puic.pro && make && make install )
2003-05-30 01:36 germaingarand
* perleditor/: listeditor.ui.h, objectbrowser.cpp, objectbrowser.h,
perlaction.cpp, perlaction.h, perlcompletion.cpp, perleditor.cpp:
- fixed a bug in function arguments completion
- turnaround for a Designer bug (it wouldn't mark current form as modified in some circumstances)
- small bugfixes and code cleanup
2003-05-28 22:17 germaingarand
* perleditor/: preferenceinterfaceimpl.cpp, syntaxhighliter_perl.h:
- gcc-2.9x fixes
2003-05-28 18:30 germaingarand
* perleditor/: mainfilesettings.ui.h, perlaction.cpp,
projectsettings.ui.h, projectsettingsinterfaceimpl.cpp,
yyindent.cpp:
- rewrote the project settings saving code (had overlooked the nice customSetting interface)
2003-05-28 04:58 germaingarand
* perleditor/: README, actioninterfaceimpl.cpp,
actioninterfaceimpl.h, common.cpp, common.h,
editorinterfaceimpl.cpp, editorinterfaceimpl.h,
languageinterfaceimpl.cpp, listeditor.h, mainfilesettings.h,
mainfilesettings.ui, mainfilesettings.ui.h, objectbrowser.cpp,
objectbrowser.h, perlaction.cpp, perlaction.h, perlcompletion.cpp,
perlcompletion.h, perleditor.cpp, perleditor.h, perleditor.pro,
perlmainprojectfile.cpp, perlmainprojectfile.h, pqtapiprocess.cpp,
pqtapiprocess.h, preferences.h, projectsettings.h,
projectsettings.ui, projectsettings.ui.h,
projectsettingsinterfaceimpl.cpp, slotfuncdia.h,
sourcetemplateinterfaceimpl.cpp:
- implemented "Build and run project". One can now fully develop/test/run a PerlQt program without ever using
a console. This is VB on steroids :)
- added an application template
- project settings looks OK. Would need some testing usability wise though
- lot of bugfixes
2003-05-26 21:28 germaingarand
* puic/main.cpp:
- bumping version to 0.6main.cpp
2003-05-26 21:25 germaingarand
* puic/form.cpp:
- adding "# line" directive to ui.pm
2003-05-26 19:41 germaingarand
* perleditor/: actioninterfaceimpl.cpp, actioninterfaceimpl.h,
common.cpp, common.h, imagefactory.h, languageinterfaceimpl.cpp,
listeditor.h, mainfilesettings.h, perlaction.cpp, perlaction.h,
perleditor.cpp, perleditor.h, perleditor.pro, preferences.h,
projectsettings.h, slotfuncdia.h, images/perlqt.png,
images/perlqtblue.png, images/perlqtblue2.png:
- added PerlQt Menu/toolbar ("Run form/run project" triggers puic->perl)
- "run project" not yet implemented
- "Run Form" can be accessed also with RMB on source code
- When Form is run through Perl, STDOUT/STDERR are captured and redirected to the Designer's
Output Window
- Perl syntax errors and warnings show up with correct line number/ FormFile name, thanks to
'# line \d+ "foo"' magic :-)
- some icons
2003-05-26 00:57 germaingarand
* perleditor/: languageinterfaceimpl.cpp, objectbrowser.cpp,
perlcompletion.cpp, perleditor.cpp, perleditor.h,
pqtapiprocess.cpp, designer_3.1_patches/resource.cpp.diff:
- added "Build and Run this form with perl" RMB option
- code cleanup
2003-05-25 15:31 germaingarand
* perleditor/: README, imagefactory.h, languageinterfaceimpl.cpp,
objectbrowser.cpp, perlcompletion.cpp, images/editcut.png:
README
2003-05-25 15:30 germaingarand
* perleditor/designer_3.1_patches/: designerappiface.cpp.diff,
mainwindowactions.cpp.diff, resource.cpp.diff:
- needed Designer 3.1 patches
(hopefully not for long, as discussion with Marius B. Monsen from Trolltech could lead to having
those issues fixed in 3.2)
2003-05-25 15:27 germaingarand
* perleditor/images/filenew.png:
images/editcut.png
2003-05-23 23:35 germaingarand
* perleditor/: completion.cpp, listeditor.h, perlcompletion.cpp,
perlcompletion.h, pqtapiprocess.cpp, projectsettings.h,
slotfuncdia.h, slotfuncdia.ui, slotfuncdia.ui.h:
- invalidate "function" radio if user input obviously describes a slot.
- better auto-completion: methods, statics and enums are all in. Yay!
(might need some optims, I'm on a 2400+ box now ;-P)
2003-05-23 16:23 germaingarand
* PerlQt/bin/pqtapi:
- added option 'p' for including inherited methods of 'class' in results
- option 'm' is for communication with the Designer Plugin (for code completion)
2003-05-23 09:39 germaingarand
* perleditor/: listeditor.cpp, mainfilesettings.cpp,
preferences.cpp, projectsettings.cpp, slotfuncdia.cpp:
those are auto-generated
2003-05-22 21:34 germaingarand
* perleditor/: completion.cpp, editor.h, parenmatcher.cpp,
parenmatcher.h, perlindent.h, preferences.ui.h, arghintwidget.h,
globaldefs.h, markerwidget.cpp, objectbrowser.h, projectsettings.h,
projectsettings.ui.h, slotfuncdia.ui, viewmanager.cpp,
completion.h, languageinterfaceimpl.h, listeditor.h,
mainfilesettings.cpp, pqtapiprocess.h, preferences.ui,
syntaxhighliter_perl.h, classbrowserinterfaceimpl.cpp, common.h,
conf.cpp, conf.h, editorinterfaceimpl.cpp, listeditor.ui,
listeditor.ui.h, mainfilesettings.ui, mainfilesettings.ui.h,
paragdata.h, perlbrowser.cpp, perlbrowser.h, perlcompletion.h,
perleditor.h, perlindent.cpp, perlqt.cpp,
preferenceinterfaceimpl.cpp, projectsettings.ui, slotfuncdia.ui.h,
syntaxhighliter_perl.cpp, viewmanager.h, yyindent.cpp, yyreg.cpp,
yyreg.h, arghintwidget.cpp, classbrowserinterfaceimpl.h,
editor.cpp, editorinterfaceimpl.h, hierarchyview.cpp,
imagefactory.h, languageinterfaceimpl.cpp, objectbrowser.cpp,
perlcompletion.cpp, preferenceinterfaceimpl.h, preferences.cpp,
preferences.h, projectsettings.cpp, slotfuncdia.cpp, slotfuncdia.h,
sourcetemplateinterfaceimpl.cpp, sourcetemplateinterfaceimpl.h,
browser.cpp, browser.h, common.cpp, defdialog.ui, hierarchyview.h,
listeditor.cpp, mainfilesettings.h, markerwidget.h, perleditor.cpp,
perleditor.pro, pqtapiprocess.cpp,
projectsettingsinterfaceimpl.cpp, projectsettingsinterfaceimpl.h,
variabledialog.ui, images/editslots.png, images/folder.png,
interfaces/actioninterface.h, interfaces/classbrowserinterface.h,
interfaces/designerinterface.h, interfaces/editorinterface.h,
interfaces/filterinterface.h, interfaces/interpreterinterface.h,
interfaces/languageinterface.h, interfaces/preferenceinterface.h,
interfaces/programinterface.h, interfaces/projectsettingsiface.h,
interfaces/sourcetemplateiface.h, interfaces/templatewizardiface.h,
interfaces/widgetinterface.h:
Initial import of the PerlQt plugin for Qt Designer
2003-05-22 21:34 germaingarand
* perleditor/: completion.cpp, editor.h, parenmatcher.cpp,
parenmatcher.h, perlindent.h, preferences.ui.h, arghintwidget.h,
globaldefs.h, markerwidget.cpp, objectbrowser.h, projectsettings.h,
projectsettings.ui.h, slotfuncdia.ui, viewmanager.cpp,
completion.h, languageinterfaceimpl.h, listeditor.h,
mainfilesettings.cpp, pqtapiprocess.h, preferences.ui,
syntaxhighliter_perl.h, classbrowserinterfaceimpl.cpp, common.h,
conf.cpp, conf.h, editorinterfaceimpl.cpp, listeditor.ui,
listeditor.ui.h, mainfilesettings.ui, mainfilesettings.ui.h,
paragdata.h, perlbrowser.cpp, perlbrowser.h, perlcompletion.h,
perleditor.h, perlindent.cpp, perlqt.cpp,
preferenceinterfaceimpl.cpp, projectsettings.ui, slotfuncdia.ui.h,
syntaxhighliter_perl.cpp, viewmanager.h, yyindent.cpp, yyreg.cpp,
yyreg.h, arghintwidget.cpp, classbrowserinterfaceimpl.h,
editor.cpp, editorinterfaceimpl.h, hierarchyview.cpp,
imagefactory.h, languageinterfaceimpl.cpp, objectbrowser.cpp,
perlcompletion.cpp, preferenceinterfaceimpl.h, preferences.cpp,
preferences.h, projectsettings.cpp, slotfuncdia.cpp, slotfuncdia.h,
sourcetemplateinterfaceimpl.cpp, sourcetemplateinterfaceimpl.h,
browser.cpp, browser.h, common.cpp, defdialog.ui, hierarchyview.h,
listeditor.cpp, mainfilesettings.h, markerwidget.h, perleditor.cpp,
perleditor.pro, pqtapiprocess.cpp,
projectsettingsinterfaceimpl.cpp, projectsettingsinterfaceimpl.h,
variabledialog.ui, images/editslots.png, images/folder.png,
interfaces/actioninterface.h, interfaces/classbrowserinterface.h,
interfaces/designerinterface.h, interfaces/editorinterface.h,
interfaces/filterinterface.h, interfaces/interpreterinterface.h,
interfaces/languageinterface.h, interfaces/preferenceinterface.h,
interfaces/programinterface.h, interfaces/projectsettingsiface.h,
interfaces/sourcetemplateiface.h, interfaces/templatewizardiface.h,
interfaces/widgetinterface.h:
Initial revision
2003-05-22 04:58 germaingarand
* puic/: form.cpp, subclassing.cpp:
- support for the Designer's PerlQt plugin
- patch by Terrence (Terry) Fleury <tfleury@ncsa.uiuc.edu>
for incluson of "Use" directives (also supported by the plugin, and stored
in the same structure)
- DESTROY really ought to call SUPER->DESTROY
2003-05-11 01:41 germaingarand
* puic/: widgetdatabase.cpp, widgetdatabase.h:
-updated the widget database (fix for #731881)
2003-04-15 23:03 germaingarand
* doc/: en/PerlQt.pod, en/index.html, fr/PerlQt.pod, fr/index.html:
-documenting new marshallers
2003-04-15 22:43 germaingarand
* configure.in, PerlQt/Qt.pm:
bumping version number to 3.007
2003-04-15 16:07 germaingarand
* PerlQt/: handlers.cpp, Qt.pm, smokeperl.h:
- added 8 marshallers for Q*List classes:
QWidgetList, QCanvasItemList, QObjectList, QPtrList<QTab>, QPtrList<QToolBar>,
QPtrList<QDockWindow>, QPtrList<QNetworkOperation>, QFileInfoList
2003-04-15 16:04 germaingarand
* smoke/qt/Makefile.am:
bumping revision number
2003-04-15 16:02 germaingarand
* kalyptus/kalyptusCxxToSmoke.pm:
disabling 3 template derived classes, now handled by marshallers
2003-04-06 16:40 germaingarand
* admin/: Doxyfile.am, Doxyfile.global, acinclude.m4.in, am_edit,
cvs.sh, debianrules, detect-autoconf.sh, Makefile.common,
libtool.m4.in, nmcheck:
updating admin dir
2003-03-08 19:03 germaingarand
* PerlQt/bin/pqtsh:
disable strict in eval
2003-03-03 14:37 germaingarand
* puic/: main.cpp, object.cpp:
skip 'database' property (doesn't exist anymore), thanks to Michael Traxler for pointing that one
2003-02-22 13:43 germaingarand
* puic/object.cpp:
temporary font objects where incorrect
2003-02-22 13:05 germaingarand
* puic/uic.cpp:
+ else if ( attrib == "resizeable" || attrib == "resizable" )
2003-02-19 17:14 germaingarand
* Makefile.PL:
getting rid of Automake dependancy
2003-02-19 17:01 germaingarand
* PerlQt/bin/pqtsh:
- redirect STDOUT/STDERR to shell window (patch by Stéphane Payrard<stef@payrard.net>)
- fixed troubles with line breaks and Qt-3.1
- discard empty lines on save
2003-02-19 13:44 germaingarand
* smoke/qt/Makefile.am, smoke/qt/generate.pl.in,
smoke/qt/qtguess.pl.in, kalyptus/kalyptus,
kalyptus/kalyptusCxxToSmoke.pm:
getting rid of GNU toolchain dependancy at last :)

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Though this package uses GNU's Autoconf framework,
it is recommended to use the Makefile.PL wrapper
to drive the ./configure script.
perl Makefile.PL [options]
make
make test
su -c 'make install'
=====
Custom important options :
--prefix=<path to KDE3 root directory, or final install prefix>
--with-qt-dir=<path to QT3 root directory>
--without-Mesa : when detecting OpenGL support, check for a proprietary GL
library (e.g NVidia) and not for the MesaGL library.
--disable-GL : do not compile OpenGL classes into the Smoke interface
library
--enable-smoke : force generation and compilation of the Smoke library,
even if it has been detected on your system
--with-threshold=<0..15> : set the lever of standardness of your Qt
library. Default is 10, which is reasonable.
If your Qt library is very customized, and you
experience missing symbols in libsmokeqt.so,
set this to zero (paranoid level).
====
See doc/en/index.html for installation procedure, requirements and
detailed tutorial.
See also PerlQt/tutorials and PerlQt/examples to get started.

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#!/usr/bin/perl -w
#
# This Makefile.PL is an interface to ./configure intended to be used
# by automatic CPAN builds. It just checks that some needed environment
# variables are set and eventually tries to guess their value...
#
# You should use it instead of the ./configure program ;
# it accepts the same options.
#
use strict;
my $libname = "libqt-mt.so";
my @prefix = ('/usr', '/usr/local');
my $res="";
my %p;
my @alt;
exec "./configure --help" if grep /^-?-h(elp)?$/, @ARGV;
unless ($ENV{'QTDIR'} or grep /--with-qt-dir/, @ARGV)
{
print "\n!!!!!!!!!!!! WARNING !!!!!!!!!!!!\n".
" Your QTDIR environment variable is not set and you\n".
"did not use the '--with-qt-dir=' commandline option.\n".
"!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!\n\n";
print "Nevermind, I'll try to guess Qt's location.\n";
sleep(6);
for(@prefix)
{
my $stdpath = $_."/lib/qt3/lib";
if(-s $stdpath."/$libname")
{
push @alt, glob($stdpath."/$libname*");
print "Found what looks like a Qt-3 tree in $_/lib/qt3\n";
sleep(1);
}
}
unless (@alt)
{
@alt=`locate $libname 2>/dev/null`;
if(!check_exit_status($?) || !@alt)
{
print "mmh... locate did not help. We'll try a find then.\n";
sleep(2);
print "Scanning local file system (ctrl-c to abort)...\n";
@alt=`find / -name "$libname*" 2>/dev/null`;
}
}
if(!check_exit_status($?) || !@alt)
{
print "Still no luck... I'll give up and let ./configure work it out\n";
}
elsif(@alt>1)
{
print "We have several answers. I'll try to discriminate a bit...\n";
sleep(3);
for(@alt) { /(.*)\/lib\// and $p{$1}++ }
if(keys %p == 1)
{
$res = each %p;
}
else
{
my ($ver,$tmp)=(0,0);
for(@alt)
{
/$libname(?:\.(\d+))?(?:\.(\d+))?(?:\.(\d+))?$/o;
$tmp = (($1?$1:0)*100)+(($2?$2:0)*10)+($3?$3:0);
if($tmp>=$ver)
{
$ver = $tmp;
$res = (/(.*)\/lib\//)[0]
}
}
$res = each %p if keys %p ==1;
}
print $res?"OK. We can try --with-qt-dir=$res.\n":"No, that's too fuzzy. I'll give up and let ./configure decide.\n";
}
else
{
($res=$alt[0])=~s|(.*)/lib/.*|$1|;
print "Fine. We'll try with --with-qt-dir=$res.\n";
}
sleep(3);
}
unshift(@ARGV, "--with-qt-dir=$res") if $res;
unless ($ENV{'KDEDIR'} or grep /--prefix/, @ARGV)
{
print "\n!!!!!!!!!!!! WARNING !!!!!!!!!!!!\n".
" Your KDEDIR environment variable is not set and you\n".
"did not use the '--prefix=' commandline option.\n";
print "KDE-3 isn't required at all. However, if it's installed on your system,\n".
"it is much better to specify it's location since PerlQt uses (or build, if\n".
"it can't find it) a KDE library named smokeqt.\n";
print "!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!\n\n";
sleep(5);
}
print "\nNow starting ./configure ...\n\n";
exec join " ", "./configure", @ARGV;
#--------------------------------------------------------------#
sub check_exit_status
{
my $a = 0xFFFF & shift;
if( !$a )
{
return 1;
}
elsif( $a == 0xFF00 )
{
#die "\nSystem call failed: $!\n";
}
elsif( $a > 0x80 )
{
# non-zero status.
}
else
{
if( $a & 0x80 )
{
#die "\nProgram coredumped with signal ". ($a & ~0x80);
}
die "\nProgram interrupted by signal $a\n";
}
return 0;
}

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SUBDIRS = $(TOPSUBDIRS)
EXTRA_DIST = admin AUTHORS COPYING ChangeLog INSTALL README TODO Makefile.cvs test.pl Makefile.PL inst-apps smoke/smoke.h smoke/Makefile.in smoke/Makefile.am smoke/qt/qtguess.pl.in smoke/qt/generate.pl.in smoke/qt/qt_smoke.h smoke/qt/generate_makefile_am.pl smoke/qt/Makefile.am smoke/qt/Makefile.in smoke/qt/header_list kalyptus/Ast.pm kalyptus/kalyptus kalyptus/kalyptusDataDict.pm kalyptus/kdocParseDoc.pm kalyptus/Version kalyptus/ChangeLog kalyptus/kdocUtil.pm kalyptus/kdocAstUtil.pm kalyptus/README kalyptus/Iter.pm kalyptus/kalyptusCxxToSmoke.pm kalyptus/kdocLib.pm kalyptus/TODO doc/en/index.html doc/en/Makefile doc/en/PerlQt.pod doc/fr/index.html doc/fr/Makefile doc/fr/PerlQt.pod doc/css/pod.css doc/images/ex1.png doc/images/ex2.png doc/images/pqtsh.png
# not a GNU package. You can remove this line, if
# have all needed files, that a GNU package needs
AUTOMAKE_OPTIONS = foreign
# $(top_srcdir)/configure.in: configure.in.in $(top_srcdir)/subdirs
# cd $(top_srcdir) && $(MAKE) -f admin/Makefile.common configure.in ;
$(top_srcdir)/subdirs:
cd $(top_srcdir) && $(MAKE) -f admin/Makefile.common subdirs
$(top_srcdir)/acinclude.m4: $(top_srcdir)/admin/acinclude.m4.in $(top_srcdir)/admin/libtool.m4.in
@cd $(top_srcdir) && cat admin/acinclude.m4.in admin/libtool.m4.in > acinclude.m4
MAINTAINERCLEANFILES = subdirs configure.in acinclude.m4 configure.files
package-messages:
$(MAKE) -f admin/Makefile.common package-messages
$(MAKE) -C po merge
dist-hook:
cd $(top_distdir) && perl admin/am_edit -padmin
cd $(top_distdir) && $(MAKE) -f admin/Makefile.common subdirs
test:
cd $(top_distdir) && LD_LIBRARY_PATH="../../smoke/qt/.libs:@qt_libraries@" PERL_DL_NONLAZY=1 perl test.pl
ChangeLog:
perl cvs2cl.pl -P -S --no-wrap -f ChangeLog.CVS

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all:
@echo "This Makefile is only for the CVS repository"
@echo "This will be deleted before making the distribution"
@echo ""
@if test ! -d admin; then \
echo "Please recheckout this module!" ;\
echo "for cvs: use checkout once and after that update again" ;\
echo "for cvsup: checkout kde-common from cvsup and" ;\
echo " link kde-common/admin to ./admin" ;\
exit 1 ;\
fi
$(MAKE) -f admin/Makefile.common cvs
.SILENT:

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install_sh_SCRIPT = $(install_sh) -c
INSTALL_HEADER = $(INSTALL_DATA)
transform = $(program_transform_name)
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