[Tellico-users] Re: Information of the "Hacking Tellico" chapter still up to date?

Robby Stephenson robby at periapsis.org
Wed Nov 3 04:26:36 UTC 2010

On Saturday 30 October 2010, Dominik Honnef wrote:
> I just read the "Hacking Tellico" chapter at
> http://docs.kde.org/development/en/extragear-office/tellico/hacking.html
> and noticed that some (probably newer?) features of the Tellico file
> format are not described, for example that fields can have props like
> templates or default values.

True, it's fallen out of date a bit. I'll try to get it updated soon, but 
I'll wait unti l after 2.3.1 is released since the updates would involve 
string changes. The translators wouldn't be happy. :)
> I am also seeing fields with flags="32", but the documented flags would
> only allow up to 15, so I am really clueless as to what those additional
> flags are.
> Is there a newer document around, or any plans on updating the existing
> one? That'd really help me.

The code is always the most up-to-date. :) The FieldFlag enum is what you 

flags="32" means that the field value is derived from other field values. It's 
what the "Dependent" field type used to be.


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