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yaWP (Yet Another Weather Plasmoid)

   0.4.5  

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Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  56317
Submitted:  Nov 29 2008
Updated:  Mar 23 2013

Description:

Yet Another Weather Plasmoid.
There is nothing wrong with the ones that exist, I just wanted something more colorful.

This plasmoid belongs to other people, it would not be where it is without their help. See the README.

Please help with additional themes and translations, thanks.

For the latest unstable version:
svn co https://yawp.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/yawp/trunk yawp

INSTALL NOTES
tar -jxf yawp*
cd yawp*
./install.sh




Changelog:

0.4.5 (23 Mar 2013)
* Bugfix: Desktop mode is not reusing applet size from last session.
* Bugfix: yaWP crashes in systemtray with KDE 4.10

0.4.4 (17 Mar 2012)
* New desktop painter has been added. Yawp can be configured to use the traditional or the new one for desktop and/or for popup window.
* Panel painter has been rewritten
* Initialization stuff of yawp has been moved to init method, because yawp crashes on KDE 4.8 due to the usage of not initialized components.
* Usage of KMessageBox has been replaced within DlgAddCity, otherwise yawp crashes on KDE 4.8.5 (some earlier versions might be included as well).
Using KMessageBoxes within KConfigDialog (yawp settings dialog) still works as expected.
* Google ION has been removed, because Google does not support this service any longer.
* Updating and fixing translations
* Bugfix: yaWP did not update weatherdata periodically after hibernation - it is working now

0.4.3 (17 Apr 2012)
* Show current RealFeel temperature under current temperature (thanks to Alain Soucy)
* Non-modale city search dialog
* Implementing public slot configChanged() to behave like a standard plasmoid - yaWP can be configured from external programs (e.g.: javascript)
* changing internal handling of extender (KDE 4.8 only) - when plasmoid will be used in desktop mode extender is not used and will be destroyed, when plasmoid is moved to panel a new extender will be created
* little tweaks to horizontal panel layout, adding more spaces between icons
* Ukrainian translation updated (Thanks to Yuri Chornoivan)

0.4.2 (04 Jan 2012)
* Adapting yaWP to KDE 4.8
* ION AccuWeather is showing closer maps for cities of the United States.
* Workaround crashes in city search dialog in KDE >= 4.7.4
* Frech and Slovak trasnlation updated
* Fixes in Wunderground ION
* Fix double translation for Short day names

0.4.1 (03 Dec 2011)
* Add ability to open forecast in browser (if URL is provided by ION)
* ION wunderground is returning a sorted list of cities (airport stations are listed on top of list,
because in general terms this station type contains more weather information than the personal weather station type).
* ION Wunderground is supporting satellite maps as well
* ION accuweather is not using a config-file for satellite image mapping any longer (feature has been added in version 0.4.0
but I think this was a stupid idea). Satellite images will be hard coded mapped to location in ION.
* Translations updated (CZ, FR)
* Several little bug fixes - including geometry issues

0.4.0 (13 Nov 2011)
* Bugfix: text in animation area jumps up or down at start and at the end of animation
* applets painting methods has been extracted and rewritten, for re-use and hopefully the new painting methods are well structured
* yaWP supports externder items (in panel mode only) - extender item interacts with user like desktop mode.
In panel mode:
When user clicks on the applet (but not on the weather forecast icons) the extender pops up.
The behavior of the applet for clicking on the weather forecast icons can be configured in the config dialog on page "Panel"
option "Use interactive weather icons". When this option is checked the weather icon will toggle between day and night
(in case we have weather information for day and night) otherwise the extender will appear.
* Removes old files from cache directory $HOME/.cache/yawp on a regular base.
* The install script install.sh uses more CPU cores if available. Could be override by -j script option.
* Turkish translation (thanks to Hasan Kiran)
* Czech, Slovak and French translation updated
* Changing unit system in config dialog will force auto-update.
* AccuWeather will use a config file for satellite mapping.

0.3.6 (12 Dec 2010)
* Traverse through all locations periodically (optional)
* Page 'Settings' from config-dialog has been redesigned to gain more space
* Fixing update bug in Wunderground Ion.
* Algorithm that is doing the text layout for the details area has been simplified
* Fix API breakage in 4.5.2/4.6

0.3.5 (8 Oct 2010)
* Fix compilation error on KDE 4.5.2
* Patching ions to work with new weather-data-engine, thanks to Raymond Wooninck
* Fixing legal issues (The source code of the standard ions used as the base)
* Ion is checking state of pressure, instead of just coping the data
* Fix issues with sunrise/sunset
* Prefer millimeters of mecrcury to torr on KDE 4.5
* Fix KDE version check - consistently use KDE_IS_VERSION

0.3.4 (7 Jul 2010)
* Fix torr description.
* Fix problems with some ions when yawp runs under ru locale
* Fix compilation error on PCBSD (thanks vvheritagevv) for patch.
* Update translations cs, fr, sk

0.3.3 (12 Jun 2010)

* Added word-wrap for details-property.
* Added new ion for wunderground weather service
* Showing observation time (the time when weather-service-provider has been updated the weather data) on details page, when specific ion supports this feature.
Ion Google, AccuWeather and Wunderground returning observation time, as well.
* Timestamps for sunrise and sunset will be returned in the new timestamp format (when compiling with kde 4.3 and above - timestamps in the standard ions had been changed)
* Google is returning more information of location to show the right flag. User needs to entered a more specific search text to add a new city.
* Timezone management
* Fix compilation problems with gcc 4.5 (thanks to Kai Wasserbäch)
* Translations updated: fr, pl(Maciej Bulik), sk, de, cs
* Added Ukrainian translation (thanks to Yuri Chornoivan)
* Various bugfixes and small improvements

0.3.2
* Added support for KDE 4.4 (including docking in systray)
* Fix text shadow for light themes
* A new Compact panel layout
* Translations updated: cs, fr, ru
* Some small fixes

0.3.1
* Fixed bug in accuweather engine.

0.3.0
* Totally rewritten - Big thanks to udev.
* Plasma weather engines support - accuweather and google engines included
* Multicity support

Issues of 0.3.x:
* KDE 4.4 is not supported yet !
* Translation files needs update.

0.2.3
* Satellite image in tooltip can be dissabled
* Polish translation added - thanks to Maciej Bulik
* Fixed unit conversion functions to be on sync with accuweather.com - Thanks to Maciej Bulik for report.
* Russian, French and Czech translation updated.
* Licence mess cleaned.

0.2.2
* Fix for the icon sizing issue in KDE 4.2.2 and 4.2.67 - thanks to Daniel Rocher
* Solid support for network - thanks to John Stamp
* Panel tooltip redesign, show much more informations now
* Dialog sizing issue fixed
* Removed obsolete KIO workaround
* Translations updated: French, Slovak, Czech and Russian


0.2.1
* Fixed several panel sizing issues
* Custom colors support
* YaWP should be now usable with light themes (like Aya)

0.2
* Panel support
* Many bugfixes and improvements

0.1.65
* With help. Please see DEVELOPERS in README.

0.0.6
* Many attempts ....




LicenseGPL
Source(yawp-0.4.5.tar.bz2)
Source(yawp_themes_pack-0.2.tar.bz2 (Themes collection))
Source(Oxygen-01 (theme by painkiller101))
Source(7even-01 (theme))
Source(like-Weather-com-01 (theme by chepioq))
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 Feature request

 
 by luden on: Feb 15 2010
 
Score 50%

Hello! Thanks a lot for such useful plasmoid! It is my favorite :)

May I make a request for a few new features which I'm sure will allow it to be
even more useful? :)

1. The ability to see pressure in millimeters HG.

2. The ability to see current pressure on the main page under humidity.

3. The graph of pressure change for the last 48 hours.
On the main page or on an additional dispaly accessible via a button as it is
for the satellite snapshot. This feature would be extremely useful for
making short-term forecasts.

4. When I see the satellite snapshot avaliable in yaWP it is hard to determine
where my location is on this snapshot. Is it possible to mark a user's
location (coordinates are known) with the red dot on the snapshot?
Also would be great if the image could be bigger in dimensions...

By the way I found that option "Forecast days" does not work. Whatever the value
of this option is the 4 days forecast is shown.

Big thanks for your work :)


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 Feature request

 
 by luden on: Feb 15 2010
 
Score 50%

Hello! Thanks a lot for such useful plasmoid! It is my favorite :)

May I make a request for a few new features which I'm sure will allow it to be
even more useful? :)

1. The ability to see pressure in millimeters HG.

2. The ability to see current pressure on the main page under humidity.

3. The graph of pressure change for the last 48 hours.
On the main page or on an additional dispaly accessible via a button as it is
for the satellite snapshot. This feature would be extremely useful for
making short-term forecasts.

4. When I see the satellite snapshot avaliable in yaWP it is hard to determine
where my location is on this snapshot. Is it possible to mark a user's
location (coordinates are known) with the red dot on the snapshot?
Also would be great if the image could be bigger in dimensions...

By the way I found that option "Forecast days" does not work. Whatever the value
of this option is the 4 days forecast is shown.

Big thanks for your work :)


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 Feature request

 
 by luden on: Feb 15 2010
 
Score 50%

Hello! Thanks a lot for such useful plasmoid! It is my favorite :)

May I make a request for a few new features which I'm sure will allow it to be
even more useful? :)

1. The ability to see pressure in millimeters HG.

2. The ability to see current pressure on the main page under humidity.

3. The graph of pressure change for the last 48 hours.
On the main page or on an additional dispaly accessible via a button as it is
for the satellite snapshot. This feature would be extremely useful for
making short-term forecasts.

4. When I see the satellite snapshot avaliable in yaWP it is hard to determine
where my location is on this snapshot. Is it possible to mark a user's
location (coordinates are known) with the red dot on the snapshot?
Also would be great if the image could be bigger in dimensions...

By the way I found that option "Forecast days" does not work. Whatever the value
of this option is the 4 days forecast is shown.

Big thanks for your work :)


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 Re: Feature request

 
 by udev on: Feb 18 2010
 
Score 50%

1) Yawp is using the converting function from KDE4 - millimeters HG are supported >= KDE Version 4.4

2) Pressure is already showing under humidity when provider supports it. I think this feature has been added in version 0.3.2

3) might be possible in a later version

4) Well, that is tricky. Yawp is using the information from the provider. To mark your current location, we have to know the range [x1..X2][y1..y2] of the map and the location of a city. We do not have this information. What do you mean: "coordinates are known"?

By the way: option "Forecast days" is workon, but not the way you might think. Does it makes sense to show 7 days in the preview page and each row is half as wide as it is now? The option is in the tab-page "Panel", because it is a panel option! Some user have yawp in a panel (like the system tray or the pager to switch between virtual desktops...)


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 Re: Re: Feature request

 
 by luden on: Feb 18 2010
 
Score 50%

1. Ok, it's fine :)

2. I'm using 0.3.2. The pressure is shown only on the second page of "forecast details". It means that provider supports it?

3. Great! I'm looking forward :)

4. I thought that:
a. provider gives coordinates of the location.
b. coordinates of borders of the satellite snapshot also are known.
Is it incorrect?

Thanks for making it more clear for me how the "Forecast days" option works. I didn't understand it before.

udev, is it possible to add a weather provider www.gismeteo.com to Yawp? For example, cwp plasmoid can use it.


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 Re: Re: Re: Feature request

 
 by udev on: Feb 21 2010
 
Score 50%

2) Well, in this case you might want to try the svn version from sourceforge.
This is the cutting-edge-version developer working on and will be released as upcoming version (0.3.3).

4) We would have implement it already, if it would be that easy :-)
The coordinates of the corners of all maps could be hard coded, than you still need to determine the position of the current city and map it on the map. But you ave to keep in mind the map is not a rectangle but an ellipsoid - maybe you can work with an trapezoid (to simplify the task).

5) Yawp is using plasma-ions-plugin-interface. This means yawp is not implementing any weather-providers at all, but uses KDE4-weather-engine. That's why all standard weather plasmoids can use accuweather,google and wunderground from yawp and yawp can interact with bbcukment, envcan and noaa. This means everybody can implement an ion-plugin for a certain weather provider (without touching yawp) and all weather plasmoids that is using the kde4-weather-engine will take advantage of that new plugin. CWP is not using the kde4-weather-engine but is using it's own parser-technics (using bash-commands to extract the values from a downloaded web-page).

I was searching the net for www.gismeteo.com xml weather api, but all i found was in russia, so i do not know. To implemnt a certain ion, the provider needs to support the following:
* search option to find a certain city
* get the weatherdata for a certain city


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Feature request

 
 by luden on: Mar 2 2010
 
Score 50%

2. Ok, thanks, I will try.

4. Now I understand that this task is not as easy as I thought before... Maybe marking an approximate location would be enough?..

5. Thanks, now it is clear. I will try myself in creating ion-plugin :)


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Feature request

 
 by atorkhov on: Jan 20 2012
 
Score 50%

I've created ion interface for gismeteo - http://kde-apps.org/content/show.php?content=148397. Unfortunately, gismeteo only returns weather for one day with xml, so I had to do it by parsing html to get full intormation (for which I'm using libxml).


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 Re: Feature request

 
 by udev on: Feb 18 2010
 
Score 50%

1) Yawp is using the converting function from KDE4 - millimeters HG are supported >= KDE Version 4.4

2) Pressure is already showing under humidity when provider supports it. I think this feature has been added in version 0.3.2

3) might be possible in a later version

4) Well, that is tricky. Yawp is using the information from the provider. To mark your current location, we have to know the range [x1..X2][y1..y2] of the map and the location of a city. We do not have this information. What do you mean: "coordinates are known"?

By the way: option "Forecast days" is workon, but not the way you might think. Does it makes sense to show 7 days in the preview page and each row is half as wide as it is now? The option is in the tab-page "Panel", because it is a panel option! Some user have yawp in a panel (like the system tray or the pager to switch between virtual desktops...)


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 Some problem with KDE 4.4

 
 by tonyv78 on: Feb 16 2010
 
Score 50%

Hello, to everybody i just upgrade my KDE to 4.4 and i recompile my plasmoid YAWP 0.3.2 and seem to work fine except when i change the theme to a different one from the default one.With the other theme there is a problem of refreshing if i click on the wheather icon they change but i can seen the shadow of the previous icon and to fix that i need refresh the YAWP plasmoid.
I hope someone have an idea about this problem.

Thanks in advance


Tonyv78
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 Re: Some problem with KDE 4.4

 
 by chepioq on: Feb 16 2010
 
Score 50%

Same problem...
I update to Kde4.4 and re-build yawp.
When I click on a weather icon, they change but the previous icon is behind the new one...


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 Re: Re: Some problem with KDE 4.4

 
 by chepioq on: Feb 16 2010
 
Score 50%

I note one think:
when I click on my desk-board, icon become again normal


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 Re: Re: Re: Some problem with KDE 4.4

 
 by tonyv78 on: Feb 16 2010
 
Score 50%

Yes, exactly the same happen to me, anyone have an idea about that!
Thank's in advance.


Tonyv78
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 accuweather.com spyware?

 
 by RichZzz on: Feb 22 2010
 
Score 50%

Hi, I love the applet visually but have removed it now because it connects to very suspicious IPs. IPs that are officially unassigned, without reverse DNS records and only listed under "malicious.org" - eg 199.93.48.126.

Also have a look at the wikipedia entry of accuweather, I do not think free software should support a company that is lobbying hard to privatize weather data.

Would it be possible to use the same weather data access method like the CWP applet?


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 Re: accuweather.com spyware?

 
 by mkyral on: Feb 22 2010
 
Score 50%

Hi,
you don't need to use accuweather in yawp. You can use other providers like google or others shipped with KDE.

CWP uses own parsing method and actually it is not possible to use it in yawp. It could be possible, when they will convert it to standard plasma data engine.


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 Re: Re: accuweather.com spyware?

 
 by RichZzz on: Feb 22 2010
 
Score 50%

thanks, apparently I was using an older version and did not realize that there are new possibilities.


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 Re: accuweather.com spyware?

 
 by mkyral on: Feb 22 2010
 
Score 50%

BTW: accuweather ion is connecting to http://ruan.accu-weather.com and http://sirocco.accuweather.com/. There are no another addresses.


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 Doesn't work with BBC

 
 by Raffles10 on: Feb 23 2010
 
Score 50%

As stated can't find any city with BBC


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 Re: Doesn't work with BBC

 
 by udev on: Feb 23 2010
 
Score 50%

Well, i noticed it as well. But bbc is not working with WeatherStation and WeatherForecast as well. I guess, bbcukmet is not offering the xml-service-api anymore or url has been changed. Either way, don't blame the applet, blame the ion bbcukmet. BBCUKMet is and standard ion (plugin) we just use.
By the way, when you compiled and installed yawp from source code, than you will find an directory build in the root directory. Go into this directory and enter the following command (in a terminal)
make uninstall.
But i guess, we also can implement it in the install script.


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