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yaWP (Yet Another Weather Plasmoid)

   0.4.5  

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yaWP (Yet Another Weather Plasmoid)
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yaWP (Yet Another Weather Plasmoid)
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Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  56597
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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 sorry can't configure it via javascript

 
 by nowardev on: Jan 5 2012
 
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hi there i would like use your widget on my plasma panels collectin but i can't

the problem is this :

http://nowardev.wordpress.com/2011/12/28/yawp-javascript-for-panels-on-kde4/

can you give me a hint ?

why the code doesn't work ?


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 Re: sorry can't configure it via javascript

 
 by mkyral on: Jan 5 2012
 
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Well, I didn't know it is possible and I don't know how it should works.

But, I don't see there any command to load changed setting.


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 Re: Re: sorry can't configure it via javascript

 
 by nowardev on: Jan 5 2012
 
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i did this ...

http://kde-apps.org/content/show.php/Plasma+Panels+Collection+?content=147589

and for example i used another weather widget and it worked fine here...

just try the nowardev panel


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 Re: Re: Re: sorry can't configure it via javascri

 
 by mkyral on: Jan 5 2012
 
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How it works? You configure widgets only once, or you have to do it on each start?

Did you tried to restart panels/plasma-desktop?


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: sorry can't configure it via java

 
 by nowardev on: Jan 5 2012
 
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seee this

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=71rHNseTfqo


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 Re: sorry can't configure it via javascript

 
 by udev on: Jan 5 2012
 
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I'm not familiar with javascript...

Have you tried to configure one of the standard plasmoids (e.g.: Weather Forecast) this way - just to make sure your concept is working? Which version of KDE are you using?

I assume you're just writing the configuration of yaWP into config-file, don't you? Therefore I think you need to trigger the applet that configuration has been changed - or is KDE taking care of it?


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 Re: Re: sorry can't configure it via javascript

 
 by nowardev on: Jan 5 2012
 
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this works the widget is called :


weather



var weather = panel.addWidget("weather");
weather.writeConfig("Share","false");
weather.writeConfig("pressureUnit","5008");
weather.writeConfig("source","wettercom|weather|Verona, Veneto, IT|IT0VE0284;Verona");
weather.writeConfig("speedUnit","9001");
weather.writeConfig("temperatureUnit","6001");
weather.writeConfig("updateInterval","30");
weather.writeConfig("visibilityUnit","2007");


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 Re: Re: Re: sorry can't configure it via javascri

 
 by nowardev on: Jan 5 2012
 
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kde 4.8 rc1

then i have tested on kde 4.7 too

custom.fontcolor.lowtemp","30,28,27");

i have not seen custom dot fontocolor dot bla bla

in any widget here .. maybe it's this?

it's like the widget can't read the config files ...

to test it you could do this :

ALT F2 :

desktop console

then do this

var panel = new Panel

var yawp = panel.addWidget("yaWP");

yawp.currentConfigGroup = new Array('locations');

yawp.writeConfig("city01",'accuweather,Verona\\, Italy(Veneto),Italy,it,EUR.IT.IT020.VERONA,Europe/Rome');

and it doesnt work

instead with this


var panel = new Panel
var weather = panel.addWidget("weather");
weather.writeConfig("source","wettercom|weather|Verona, Veneto, IT|IT0VE0284;Verona");

works


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: sorry can't configure it via java

 
 by udev on: Jan 7 2012
 
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Has been fixed in revision 528 (trunk). It works on my system with your test case, but you might want to do some further tests (e.g.: changing configuration of existing plasmoid, ...).


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: sorry can't configure it via

 
 by nowardev on: Jan 7 2012
 
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worked !Kool! :) now i can do my perfect panel :D


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 Re: Re: Re: sorry can't configure it via javascri

 
 by udev on: Jan 5 2012
 
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Sorry, I did not realized that you already answered mkyral ... I think our replies have kind of intersected...

I found out that all plasmoids supports a public slot configChanged() to notify a plasmoid of external configuration changes...but this functionality is not implemented in yaWP yet ... I think I will do it in the next few days/weeks


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 Feels like / Real Feel

 
 by HATRED on: Jan 9 2012
 
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HATREDHATRED
gericom.humm er
Home

It's great plasmoid and one of my favs, but it really miss one feature, that most weather applets/plasmoids has - The "feels like" temperature, something, that CWP has and i want YAWP have it too! :)
Greetings!


Linux is so simple operation system, but you must be a genius to understand its simplicity.
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 Re: Feels like / Real Feel

 
 by udev on: Jan 9 2012
 
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The "real feel" temperature is a value that AccuWeather supports. YaWP is showing this value in the details window for high/low temperature. We already noticed, that yaWP is not showing the "real feel" temperature for current temperature - but I do not know where to place this value - maybe in the details window, as well - we also could show the current temperature a little bit smaller and put real feel temp right next to it: (e.g.: "*5°")

However as far as I know this is a value that the weather provider needs to support and we are not able to calculate...


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 Re: Re: Feels like / Real Feel

 
 by HATRED on: Jan 10 2012
 
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HATREDHATRED
gericom.humm er
Home

I know that weather provider should support it, but as far, as i can see, Accuweather, Google, weather.com, let's say it 95% of them are supporting it, so it's matter of design - an 8-sized number under the actual temperature, or next to it in a brackets, something like that, check CWP and you will understand what i mean. Thanx in advance!


Linux is so simple operation system, but you must be a genius to understand its simplicity.
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 Re: Re: Re: Feels like / Real Feel

 
 by udev on: Jan 15 2012
 
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Has been implemented in trunk 534 and 535...

CWP is using its own proprietary dataengine downloading website and parsing the page using tools like grep, awk, sed,.... This is the reason, while CWP needs to update every time a provider is changing the website layout...
Providers used to show more information on its own websites, than they provide users through weather services.

Yawp on the other hand is using KDE'S plugin weather data engine (called ION) and this ION's do not support real feel temperature yet...only our own ION accuweather. All ION's interact with a weather data service provider to request the information.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Feels like / Real Feel

 
 by chepioq on: Jan 15 2012
 
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Hi udev
I test trunk revision 535 and that work fine for me.
Good job, thank...


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 Icons Are Bad

 
 by mutlucan96 on: Jan 23 2012
 
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I want change this icons.


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 Re: Icons Are Bad

 
 by mkyral on: Jan 23 2012
 
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Sorry, which icons? You can create your own icon theme (or use already created themes from the download section)


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 Re: Icons Are Bad

 
 by udev on: Jan 23 2012
 
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There are two further themes in trunk:
svn co https://yawp.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/yawp/trunk yawp

Themes can be changed through config dialog.

But feel free to create another theme and share it with the community :)


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 cant use it on vertical panel

 
 by antoniolucas on: Jan 28 2012
 
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when i put it in the systray of a vertical panel, it messes it up. the tray tries to be on horizontal (so i can see almost nothing of the tray). If I remove yawp, the systray get back to normal.
thanks for the great job.


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 Re: cant use it on vertical panel

 
 by udev on: Jan 31 2012
 
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Thanks for the bug report. I never noticed it, because I rarely test this combination. It is working perfectly in horizontally systray (even with forecast icons/temps). When I configure yawp to show just current icon and no forecast information in panel mode, than it is working in vertical systray as well, even when systray is using more than one column. Therefore I think the layout management of systray for vertical panel mode is not working properly. Unfortunately I do not know another plasmoid that can be shown in systray and which needs more space than just for an icon.
Since yawp is working in vertical panel mode and plasmoids do not care about whether they live in systray or not (System tray support can be added to all plasmoids just adding another entry ind desktop-file, no modification in source code is necessary) I doubt that yawp is causing the problem...the only workaround for this behaviour that comes to my mind is to force yawp in vertical panel mode and when living in a containment to collapse to current icon only.


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 changing the font

 
 by gzu on: Mar 1 2012
 
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Hi,

Is there anyway to change the font, I can't see that option.

Thanks,

gzu


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 Re: changing the font

 
 by mkyral on: Mar 2 2012
 
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Hi,
there is no such option. We are using system font.


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 Updated Ukrainian translation

 
 by yurchor on: Mar 25 2012
 
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Updated Ukrainian translation can be found here:

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/55247264/uk.po


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 Re: Updated Ukrainian translation

 
 by mkyral on: Mar 25 2012
 
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Commited, thanks.

A time for a new release?


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 Re: Re: Updated Ukrainian translation

 
 by udev on: Mar 31 2012
 
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Yes, I think it might be a good time :)


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 Re: Re: Re: Updated Ukrainian translation

 
 by mkyral on: Apr 17 2012
 
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So finally released. Sorry for the delay.


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