treat at kde.org
Tue Sep 12 17:27:12 CEST 2006
On Tuesday 12 September 2006 11:17 am, Brisset, Nicolas wrote:
> > * Reimplement the Line Fit plugin using the new KDE C++ style
> > plugins and remove the old C style version.
> > [...]
> > * Add some skeleton files for the Cross Power Spectrum
> > plugin. This will be ported to the new KDE C++ style plugins next.
> This all sounds pretty cool :-) One of the main benefits of a new plugin
> system as I see it is to allow plugins to provide their own dialogs with
> much more flexibility. If that is really the intent, I'd like to see for
> instance *one* fit plugin that offers a choice of options encompassing
> all the current fit possibilities (and maybe even more). The same is
> true for filter plugins, interpolation plugins, etc... We should not
> just port all existing plugins to new style plugins without refactoring
> them in the process !
> Adam, I haven't had time to look at your work but is/will this grouping
> be possible ?
Sure, I can see this as feasible to the extent that these new plugins can
offer their own dialogs and functionality. I'll redo the linefit's current
dialog in a bit. The dialogs can be customized to the plugin in a much more
concrete way as we'll no longer have to rely upon a generic xml file to
describe the plugin's parameters.
As for consolidating the current fit plugins, I'd need some time to study all
of the current plugins. This might be faster for someone else to look at,
but we'll see. I'm going to do the cross power spectrum plugin next just to
reassure myself that everthing is working correctly...
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