[rkward-cvs] SF.net SVN: rkward: [1895] trunk/rkward/doc/en/writing_plugins_introduction .docbook

tfry at users.sourceforge.net tfry at users.sourceforge.net
Wed May 9 21:47:30 UTC 2007

Revision: 1895
Author:   tfry
Date:     2007-05-09 14:47:30 -0700 (Wed, 09 May 2007)

Log Message:
Some restructuring

Modified Paths:

Modified: trunk/rkward/doc/en/writing_plugins_introduction.docbook
--- trunk/rkward/doc/en/writing_plugins_introduction.docbook	2007-05-09 21:19:06 UTC (rev 1894)
+++ trunk/rkward/doc/en/writing_plugins_introduction.docbook	2007-05-09 21:47:30 UTC (rev 1895)
@@ -75,25 +75,24 @@
 <emphasis>You do not need to read this in order to use &kapp;.</emphasis> This document is about extending &kapp;. It is targeted at advanced users, or people willing to help improve &kapp;.
-Writing a standard plugin is basically a three-step process:
+Writing a standard plugin is basically a four-step process:
 <listitem><link linkend="pluginmap">Placing a new Action in the menu-hierarchy</link></listitem>
 <listitem><link linkend="mainxml">Describing the looks and behavior of the plugin-GUI</link></listitem>
 <listitem><link linkend="phptemplate">Defining, how R-code is to be generated from the settings, the user makes in the GUI</link></listitem>
+<listitem><link linkend="pluginhelp">Adding a help page to your plugin</link></listitem>
 Those will be dealt with in turn.
-Some advanced concepts may be used in those three steps, but are dealt with in separate chapters, to keep things simple:
+Some advanced concepts may be used in those four steps, but are dealt with in separate chapters, to keep things simple:
 <listitem><link linkend="logic">GUI logic</link></listitem>
 <listitem><link linkend="embedding">Embedding Plugins into Plugins</link></listitem>
+<listitem><link linkend="plugin_series">Useful concepts for creating many series of similar plugins</link></listitem>
-Finally, there is a chapter on <link linkend="pluginhelp">adding a help page</link> to your plugin.
 Also, none of the chapters shows all options, but rather only the basic concepts. A complete <link linkend="reference">reference</link> of options is provided separately.

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