I released the first (beta) version of keyboard macros.
bug report are welcomed.
please be careful, it's a beta version
It should be loaded as one of the first plugins.
(like the Encoding plugins)
Thanks to Dan, who explained me, how
to approach this plugin.
Date: 2004-12-19 16:20
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Thanks for your quick answer and the advice to run
drpython 3.7.7 from 3.3.4. It's an good idea for everyone
having problems after upgrading drpython.
When doing this I get:
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "C:\drpy\drpython-3.7.7\drpython.py", line 2682, in
File "C:/Dokumente und Einstellungen/Computer-
Verwalter/drpython/plugins\KeyBoardMacros.py", line 253,
NameError: global name 'utf8Detect' is not defined
I have to admit, that I installed both KeyBoardMacro and
3.7.7. So not 3.7.7 is the problem, but KeyBoardMacro.
Deinstalling KeyBoardMacro helped to fix my problem.
Seems there is a small bug in KeyBoardMacros (unless this is an older version, in which case please disregard).
oops, it seems, I have to update Keyboard macros
according to the last changes in init, Open File
The difficulty is, every new DrPython version, I have
to take care, if something in the three section mentioned above, has changed.
from drUTF8 import utf8Detect, SetEncodedText, GetEncodedText
I will upload Keyboard Macros 0.0.6 in a moment.
Yes, that can be bothersome, but depending on how deeply a plugin uses the internal code of drpython, it seems unavoidable.
What I should probably do is make an abstraction layer, so that plugin designers can run drpython functions entirely through a standard api, which does not change.
I have a few functions like that, but nothing for encoding.
However the name of the encoding file, and the functions therein, are highly unlikely to change again.
>However the name of the encoding file, and the >functions therein, are highly unlikely to change again.
anyway not so tragical.
The problem I think, is:
Suppose one have two plugins, who wants to overwrite the same functions (here OnNew and OnOpen). Now, only one plugin can use this method
of reassigning OnNew - OpenFile.
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