Robby Stephenson | 1 Sep 03:10 2006

Re: Amarok-search: os.environ['KDEHOME'] issue

On Thursday 31 August 2006 8:22, Carlos Gonçalves wrote:
> This way if KDEHOME wasn't found, the script define "coverdir" as
> HOME/.kde instead of break the whole script.

Now there you go, exposing my python ignorance for the world to see. :) Just 
kidding. Thanks for the correction.

Robby
Robby Stephenson | 1 Sep 03:31 2006

Re: Translate HTML tags into BiBTeX

On Thursday 31 August 2006 3:37, Steffen Ganschow wrote:
> I'm using tellico to manage my literature collection und use html tags
> extensively to format the output on the screen, e.g. indices in formulas
> etc. I understand that when exporting to BiBTeX special characters are
> translated according to the 'bibtex-translation.xml' shipped with
> tellico. But how to translate tags like <sub> ... </sub>? Is there a way
> to do this in a smart way like with the special characters?

One possibility is to use actual unicode characters instead. Then add those 
to the bibtex-translation file. For example, you could have U+00B2, which 
is ² (not sure if that will come through email correctly), superscript 2. 
Then add that to bibtex-translation to export to bibtex as a normal 2.

That only works for single characters. The bibtex character map is a 
character-to-string conversion. There's no facility to strip the HTML tags 
at the moment. Though it could be added to the BibtexHandler::cleanText() 
function easily enough.

Robby
Robby Stephenson | 1 Sep 03:33 2006

Tellico 1.2 Released

Tellico 1.2 is ready. You can download it from 
http://periapsis.org/tellico/download/tellico-1.2.tar.gz

MD5 sum is a7ecc139d820279b0a89d8f594110094

Changes since 1.2-pre3:
- Fixed a crashing bug when right-clicking in list view.
- Fixed crashing bug when trying to open a non-existant file at startup.
- Added Abstract and Keywords to default bibliography collection.

Full 1.2 Changelog:
- Added Ant Movie Catalog file importer
- Added dialog to choose from multiple CDDB search responses
- Fields can have default values
- Data sources can be set to overwrite existing data when updating entries.
- Added dialog for downloading new entry templates from kde-files.org
- Added dialog for downloading new scripts (requires gpg)
- Added isbndb.com as a data source.
- Added preset z39.50 server list.
- Added config options for fonts and colors for entry templates
- View settings will be saved for multiple custom collections
- Added parser for unmodified CueCat bar code scanner
- Fixed a couple of memory leaks in the image cache
- Fixed ISBN-13 compliance
- Added auto-completion to filter dialog
- Added scripts for allocine.fr, Spanish Ministry of Culture and Dark Horse 
Comics, from Mathias Monnerville.
- Fixed HTML export to validate and to not all be on one line.
- Added 'next' and 'prev' buttons to entry editor.

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Robby Stephenson | 1 Sep 04:54 2006

Re: url package reports error in bibtex

On Tuesday 29 August 2006 4:57, Pedro Pablo Gómez Martín wrote:
> For example, I have an entry with the value
> http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/611955 in the ee field. If I select "Use url
> package" when exporting to BibTeX, I get:
>
>  <at> inproceedings{
>     ...
>     ee = \url{http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/611955}
> }
>
> but BibTeX reports an error.

What error?

> If I manually change the entry to: 
>
>  <at> inproceedings{
>     ...
>     ee = "\url{http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/611955}"
> }
>
> (note the " ... " in the entry) BibTeX works properly.

Does the url get formatted properly then?

Robby
Robby Stephenson | 1 Sep 06:11 2006

Re: Portuguese translations

On Thursday 31 August 2006 7:20, Carlos Gonçalves wrote:
> I'm wondering how can I translate the Tellico's docbook without have
> the .po/.pot file. Can anybody help me please?

Basically, copy the .docbook files into the doc/pt/ directory and then edit 
them. You'll need to get the Tellico source from SVN and modify the 
doc/Makefile.am to include pt in the SUBDIRS target and then 
rerun  "make -f Makefile.dist" to check the changes.

Robby
Régis Boudin | 1 Sep 10:22 2006

Re: Tellico 1.2 Released

Hi Tellico users,

On Thu, 2006-08-31 at 18:33 -0700, Robby Stephenson wrote:
> Tellico 1.2 is ready. You can download it from 
> http://periapsis.org/tellico/download/tellico-1.2.tar.gz
> 
> MD5 sum is a7ecc139d820279b0a89d8f594110094

And I already started updating the packages for Debian and Ubuntu.
Packages for Debian testing and unstable, as well as Ubuntu Dapper, are
already available.

Quick remainder, everything is at http://www.imalip.info/tellico/

For the other distributions, I am not sure about what I need to
support. 

Sarge only has KDE 3.3, so it will stay with Tellico 1.1.6, unless 1.2
can be patched for it.

I can still build packages for Breezy, it seems to be still used around
here, I only need to update my magical script to update build
dependencies and work around some packaging bug.

I am really not sure about the breezy-backports one. Is there anybody
still using it ? It would be really nice to get rid of this one. If
nobody claims it is needed, I plan to remove it.

Any question for the Debian/Ubuntu packages, please don't hesitate to
ask.
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Carlos Gonçalves | 1 Sep 11:29 2006
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Re: Tellico 1.2 Released

Em Sexta, 1 de Setembro de 2006 02:33, o Robby Stephenson escreveu:
> Tellico 1.2 is ready. You can download it from
> http://periapsis.org/tellico/download/tellico-1.2.tar.gz
>
> MD5 sum is a7ecc139d820279b0a89d8f594110094

A remember note to susers: Tellico 1.2 RPM is available to (open)SUSE from 
http://software.opensuse.org/download/KDE:/Backports/

Carlos
Mario J. Barchein Molina | 1 Sep 19:43 2006
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Re: Tellico 1.2 Released

Robby Stephenson wrote:

> Tellico 1.2 is ready. You can download it from
> http://periapsis.org/tellico/download/tellico-1.2.tar.gz

Thank you very much for this new release. Tellico is very useful to me :)
Dylan D | 2 Sep 02:01 2006
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Re: Tellico 1.2 Released

Regis your a man amoung men..

Thanks for keeping the ubuntu packages up to date.!

On Friday 01 September 2006 18:22, Régis Boudin wrote:
> Hi Tellico users,
>
> On Thu, 2006-08-31 at 18:33 -0700, Robby Stephenson wrote:
> > Tellico 1.2 is ready. You can download it from
> > http://periapsis.org/tellico/download/tellico-1.2.tar.gz
> >
> > MD5 sum is a7ecc139d820279b0a89d8f594110094
>
> And I already started updating the packages for Debian and Ubuntu.
> Packages for Debian testing and unstable, as well as Ubuntu Dapper, are
> already available.
>
> Quick remainder, everything is at http://www.imalip.info/tellico/
>
> For the other distributions, I am not sure about what I need to
> support.
>
> Sarge only has KDE 3.3, so it will stay with Tellico 1.1.6, unless 1.2
> can be patched for it.
>
> I can still build packages for Breezy, it seems to be still used around
> here, I only need to update my magical script to update build
> dependencies and work around some packaging bug.
>
> I am really not sure about the breezy-backports one. Is there anybody
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Dylan D | 2 Sep 02:03 2006

Re: Tellico 1.2 Released

Man *among* men...

:)

Gmane