[rkward-cvs] SF.net SVN: rkward: [1023] trunk/rkward/TODO

tfry at users.sourceforge.net tfry at users.sourceforge.net
Mon Jan 1 19:55:07 UTC 2007

Revision: 1023
Author:   tfry
Date:     2007-01-01 11:55:06 -0800 (Mon, 01 Jan 2007)

Log Message:
TODO updates

Modified Paths:

Modified: trunk/rkward/TODO
--- trunk/rkward/TODO	2007-01-01 04:03:07 UTC (rev 1022)
+++ trunk/rkward/TODO	2007-01-01 19:55:06 UTC (rev 1023)
@@ -161,12 +161,14 @@
 		- add labels, add "up to level" option
 		- add constant term option
 	- create a spinbox, that can really deal with real numbers
+		- whenever the value changes (user entered text, or clicked up/down), the value will be translated into an integer number, and an integer exponent (in mapTextToValue(), and mapValueToText ()?)
+		- step size will be auto-adjusted logarithmically (e.g. always third most significant digit)
 	- add a help system
 		- some thoughts:
 			- this should use XML files, which contain mostly html, but also tags like <related component_id="..." component_namespace="..."/> (for related plugins / components), and <rhelp topic="..."/> (for linking to R help on functions / constants / topics). Potentially more tags for a consistent way of marking up option names, headers, etc. (but first check what's needed). Potentially a special link type for links to the rkward user manual
 			- overview pages would be a component not added to any menus (and without any GUI, just containing a <help file="..."/> tag
 			- the XML files would be read in, the mentioned tags replaced by HTML-code, header/footer added, written to an HTML cache (if a cached file already exists, and is newer, simply use that)
-			- the links will work by having a protocol of rkward://[rhelp|component]/[component|library|empty]/name
+			- the links will work by having a protocol of rkward://[rhelp|component]/[namespace|library|empty]/name
 				- since we need to do all openURL () calls manually in RKHTMLWindow, anyway, we can just analyse the URL for this protocol, and translate it to a real HTML url on the fly
 		- on first startup (or until disabled), a help page giving a rough overview of the main components / features should be shown
 		- different help icons for R help, and RKWard help?

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