[PyKDE] Intro + question on where to stick finger

Mike C. Fletcher mcfletch at rogers.com
Wed Jun 23 20:51:00 BST 2004

Detlev Offenbach wrote:

>Am Mittwoch, 23. Juni 2004 11:58 schrieb Mike C. Fletcher:

>>* adding cvs-on-server 
>>support -- as far as I can tell, eric's CVS support only works with
>>local repositories.  
>That is not correct. It works with remote repositories as well. You have 
>to prepend the protocol to the repository path (as you would do using 
>the cvs command, which is actually used by eric3)
Okay.  I'll take a look at this the next time I boot into Linux and see 
if I can make suggestions on how to make it obvious how it works for 
remote repositories (I'm assuming you mean that I should use a form such 
as :ext:mcfletch at cvs.sourceforge.net:/cvsroot/pyopengl as the repository 

>You can add a directory to the project and all files with the selected 
>extension will be added.
Okay, consider that off the list then.  I was looking for an open or 
import a package as a project, rather than adding the files within the 
package to a project.

>>* drag-and-drop -- as with single-instance operation, 
>>when I drag a file from Konquerer onto my IDE, I want it to open the
>>file.  I assume this will be a fairly trivial task once I figure out
>>KDE's model for D&D.
>That part is still on the todo list.
Okay, I'll take this and single-instance operation to be the top two 
things to focus on.

Take care,

  Mike C. Fletcher
  Designer, VR Plumber, Coder
  blog: http://zope.vex.net/~mcfletch/plumbing/

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