[Kst] extragear/graphics/kst

George Staikos staikos at kde.org
Tue Feb 7 11:58:51 CET 2006

SVN commit 506630 by staikos:

preparing for 1.2.0

 M  +14 -4     RELEASE.NOTES  
 M  +0 -10     devel-docs/RELEASE_PLAN  

--- trunk/extragear/graphics/kst/RELEASE.NOTES #506629:506630
@@ -1,9 +1,19 @@
-Known issues in 1.1.0:
+Known issues in 1.2.0:
+- Arrows and lines do not always draw correctly.  The correct behavior is that
+they draw entirely within their bounding box, and are manipulated purely by
+their endpoints.  This will be fixed in 1.2.1.
+- X and Y zoom guidelines and zoom boxes don't clip to child objects.
+- Detection of ASCII columns from the command-line may not behave entirely as
+- KstScript has the ability to create invalid view objects and possibly even
+crash Kst as a result.  Simply be sure to make valid objects from your scripts.
+Creation of invalid objects will be prevented in the future.
+- Images and some other objects cannot be manipulated from KstScript.
+- Many BorderedViewObject-derived objects do not obey the BorderedViewObject
+- The documentation is a bit dated.
 - If you experience crashes with the distributed fit and filter plugins, it is
 likely a problem with your GSL libraries and recent linker options.  The problem
 is resolved by removing -Wl,--as-needed from linking stages for these plugins,
 but there is no easy workaround available at this time.
-- ASCII time input has been disabled because it's not usable yet.
-- Input of time values only works in relative mode right now (offset from the
-first sample).
--- trunk/extragear/graphics/kst/devel-docs/RELEASE_PLAN #506629:506630
@@ -1,13 +1,3 @@
-Next release: 1.2.0		(Any day now)
-1.2 Release Plan - scripting and tools release
-1) Fixes and polishing remaining:
-	- clipping of arrows (patch submitted)
-	- Saving works?
-	- Docs
-2) Review changes to .kst format
 1.3 Release Plan - data analysis release     (Apr 31 2006 :-))
 1) Features remaining:

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