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 Creating KDE4 plasmoids?

 
 by cfigura on: Oct 28 2008
 
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I've got a little python script that creates a nixie-tube astronomy clock that I've been running on my desktop for a few years now. It shows local time, universal time, local sidereal time, and julian day number.

I'd really like to turn it into a kde4 plasmoid, but I haven't been able to find any kind of 'howto' on turning an ap into a plasmoid - all of my searches end up with results on how to build/install a plasmoid from source.

Is there a resource somewhere that I could look to to convert my ap to a plasmoid?

Or anyone who wants to do the dirty work? :-)


Charlie Figura
Associate Professor of Physics
Director, Wartburg Platte Observatory

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 Re: Creating KDE4 plasmoids?

 
 by TheRob on: Nov 23 2008
 
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...if youre still interested... here's what I found...
...might be of help.

http://techbase.kde.org/Development/Tutorials/Plasma/GettingStarted

//Robert


\\\\\\\"life sucks, get a f***ing helmet alright!\\\\\\\" -Denis Leary
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 Re: Creating KDE4 plasmoids?

 
 by Peterix on: Jan 29 2009
 
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There's a selection of C++, Python and Ruby tutorials for Plasma here:
http://techbase.kde.org/Development/Tutorials/Plasma


~_~
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 Re: Creating KDE4 plasmoids?

 
 by semlanik on: Aug 20 2009
 
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http://api.kde.org/4.x-api/kdelibs-apidocs/plasma/html/namespacePlasma.html here is Plasma workspace C++ classes reference.


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 python translate dcop in qdbus

 
 by AL9000 on: Jan 29 2009
 
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Hi All!

I need to translate a dcop command in qdbus, for a karamba plugin written in python.

I know the correct qdbus command, but I don't succeed to translate it in the python language.

The correct command is (works fine in a terminal):

[code]qdbus org.kde.amarok /Player GetMetadata | grep arturl | cut -d : -f 3[/code]

I tried a lot of way to translate it, something like this (but it's wrong):

[code]cover_command = ["qdbus", "org.kde.amarok", "/Player", "GetMetadata", "|", "grep", "arturl", "|", "cut", "-d :", "-f 3"][/code]

Can anyone help me to translate this command in the correct way?

Many thanks.


AL9000
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 Re: python translate dcop in q

 
 by MalteDik on: Jul 23 2009
 
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Well, I see no command, just a variable which you are passing a list of strings?


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 Plasmoids functionality

 
 by ptpi on: Apr 19 2009
 
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Not sure this is the place for this but here it is anyway... There doesn't seem to be a way to get plasmoids working on only a single virtual desktop (so I can have weather and clock etc on desktop one and stdin and log viewer on desktop two, with maybe oxygen working on all four?). Am I wrong about this, can it be done? And if not, is it in the pipeline? Is there somewhere else where I should log a 'feature request' or is the dev forum the right place for this?

Thanks,

Peter.


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 Re: Plasmoids functionality

 
 by Ekardnam on: Apr 25 2009
 
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http://forum.kde.org/linking-activities-to-virtual-desktops-t-19397.html

There'll be a GUI option for this in the future.
http://www.notmart.org/index.php/Software/Dashboards,_activities_and_deskt


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 Re: Re: Plasmoids functionality

 
 by ptpi on: Apr 26 2009
 
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Thanks very much; just what I wanted to hear.

cheers,

peter.


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 Plasma :: Applet hide child

 
 by semlanik on: Aug 20 2009
 
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Hello! Somebody know, how I can to limit visible space of Plasma::Applet. I mean what, I need to hide applets child objects, that are not in his visible space.


sorry for my bad English. Thank You!
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 python Plasma.PopupApplet

 
 by dkarnout on: Sep 18 2009
 
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Does anyone know when plasmascript plans to include Plasma.PopupApplet?
Is there any other way to create Plasma.PopupApplets for python plasmoids?
Thanks


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 Re: python Plasma.PopupApplet

 
 by nik3nt3 on: Mar 15 2010
 
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It works in Kde 4.4:

in metadata.desktop change "ServiceTypes" to:


Quote:

ServiceTypes=Plasma/PopupApplet


Then in main.py:
Quote:

class Drop2Tag(plasmascript.Applet):

def __init__(self,parent,args=None):
plasmascript.Applet.__init__(self,parent)

def init(self):
self.widget = QGraphicsWidget(self)
widget.setMinimumSize(50 ,50) self.setPopupIcon(KIcon("computer"))
self.setGraphicsWidget(self.widget)
self.applet.setPassivePopup(True)


Then start plasmoidviewer like that:
Quote:

plasmoidviewer --formfactor vertical .


Resize plasmoidviewer eh voila..

/nik

p.s. I found no documentation and this page is the second result of a google search for: PopupApplet python
Hope it helps .-)


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 Re: Re: python Plasma.PopupApplet

 
 by dkarnout on: Mar 15 2010
 
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thanks!


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 Writing KDE4 plasmoid problem

 
 by phantomazz on: Nov 21 2009
 
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Hello everybody!

I decided to create some plasmoid (via C++), but I faced the problem. When I try to add my plasmoid to the desktop I see message "The object could not be created for the following reason: could not find requested component: XXX" instead. XXX - is value of field 'X-KDE-PluginInfo-Name' from .desktop file. What should I put there to make this work? At first, I thought Plasma couldn't find binary file, but I ran 'strace' and ensured that file was found and successfully accessed. What do I do in a wrong way?

Thanks beforehand.


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 Re: Writing KDE4 plasmoid problem

 
 by phantomazz on: Nov 22 2009
 
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Well, it seems I found the solution. The thing was I tried to compile using CodeBlocks 'Shared library' project. When I used standard cmake script all became fine.


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