Re: id issues | IFS Fractal; Animation Optimize
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RyōTa SimaMoto (Saturday, 17. April 2010) > First one is about the IFS Fractal Plugin. > Pressing F1 key with pointing the menu entry of this > plugin, "Document Missing" page is shown whereas > its document exists. The current id of the plugin is > "plug-in-ifscompose", but the page's id is > "plug-in-ifsfractal." I don't know why they don't meet. No mystery, simply a bug. > According to the git log of the help document, this id > was changed from "plug-in-ifscompose" to > "plug-in-ifsfractal" two and half years ago. > Actually, the plugin is renamed from "IfsCompose" > to "IFS Fractal" at 13th November 2004, but its id > (HELP_ID) "plug-in-ifs-compose" was not changed. > http://git.gnome.org/browse/gimp/commit/?id=4cbef9ff1bcfd78f559b00c > c55d26ab1725163ca The current style "plug-in-ifscompose" was > brought > up at 12nd August 2005. > http://git.gnome.org/browse/gimp/commit/?id=b6b126903d3a799b631ad00 > f4222409b3b32a205 > > Can they coincide each other? Again, no mystery. Apparently we changed the help-id and made a mistake for whatever reason (shit happens!). So we just have to correct it... > The second question is about Animation Optimize > Plugins. The Optimize plugin is documented with > id=plug-in-optimize. GIMP has three procedures > which seem to be also documented in that page: > plug-in-animationoptimize, > plug-in-animationoptimize-diff, and > plug-in-animationunoptimize. > When I call context help of them, the plugin's > document doesn't show and the Missing > Docs page appears. Do these functions have > relation to the Optimize's page? If so, please > add links for them. It looks like "Unoptimize" is not documented at all. For plug-in-animationoptimize and plug-in-animationoptimize-diff we can add anchors to the xml file. We also have to produce help-id entries (in html/*/gimp-help.xml) for anchors again (it was disabled because there were too many entries flooding the content tree of the gimp helpbrowser, but it seems that this is no longer a problem.) (I have just added all these changes, please check.) Apropos help-ids, I have a simple shell script (see attachment) for comparing GIMP's help-ids with the Manual ids. It's not too helpful, especially since I don't know which ids are relevant and which are not, but mayby someone can use it as a starting point to make it really useful? The script looks for - "#define GIMP_HELP" in gimphelp-ids.h, - "#define BLABLA_PROC" in *.c, *.h, - "script-fu-register ..." in *.scm, - "register ..." in *.py, and compares the extracted ids with those found in our gimp-help.xml. The problem is that there are too many differences... If someone is curious: start the script with "--help" option to find out how to use it. (Just in case it wasn't clear: this script requires the GIMP source files.) Ulf
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