Richard Boehme | 7 Mar 20:43 2007
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[Wt-interest] Compiling under Ubuntu

I noticed that the wiki notes that you can't compile Wt under Ubuntu.
Has anyone solved this problem? Also, the site mentions using the GPL,
yet being commercial-license friendly. Does it really use the LGPL
instead of the GPL?

Thanks.

Richard

Jean-Christophe Roux | 9 Mar 13:59 2007
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[Wt-interest] local files explorer

Hello,

I understand how I can write a File Explorer for files located on the server. How can I do the same thing for
local files, for instance to build a file synchronizer. Is that possible with javascript and Wt?

Thanks
JCR

 
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David Pinheiro | 9 Mar 15:42 2007
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Re: [Wt-interest] Compiling under Ubuntu

Hi, I've managed to compile the Wt-library (and got it running) under Ubuntu
Feisty with no problems what so ever. I followed the installations
instructions for Debian.

Regards

David

On 3/7/07, Richard Boehme <rboehme@...> wrote:
>
> I noticed that the wiki notes that you can't compile Wt under Ubuntu.
> Has anyone solved this problem? Also, the site mentions using the GPL,
> yet being commercial-license friendly. Does it really use the LGPL
> instead of the GPL?
>
> Thanks.
>
> Richard
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Pieter Libin | 9 Mar 15:55 2007
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Re: [Wt-interest] Compiling under Ubuntu

Dear Richard,

You should be able to compile wt on Ubuntu.
Check out http://wipkip.irule.be/wt/wiki/index.php/Installing_Wt_on_Debian,
and a third party link http://linfiniti.com/timwiki/Witty_Web_Tool_Kit.
If you experience some problems during the compilation on your system,
please send us a detailed list of the problems you ran into.

Concerning the license;
Wt is distributed under a GPL license, not a LGPL license.
This means you can use it your GPL licensed projects.
However, if you like to integrate Wt into any commercial project,
we can offer you a commercial license.
You can ask for more information concerning the commercial license at
sales@...

Kind regards,

Pieter Libin

On 3/7/07, Richard Boehme <rboehme@...> wrote:
>
> I noticed that the wiki notes that you can't compile Wt under Ubuntu.
> Has anyone solved this problem? Also, the site mentions using the GPL,
> yet being commercial-license friendly. Does it really use the LGPL
> instead of the GPL?
>
> Thanks.
>
> Richard
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bvh | 16 Mar 10:13 2007
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[Wt-interest] WButtonGroup suggestions

Hey,

I just learned about Wt from a friend and I must say it is ubercool.
Best thing since sliced bread. Guys who made this must be gods or
if not at least halfgods (born out of the jus primae noctea of
Ajax with a human women I guess). One year ago is like the day a decent
language came down on web 2.0. No scrap that and make it three point oh.
Google must be crazy not to have at least four of five students working
on it. Not ordinary students, I think nothing less than PhD students
should be allowed to touch the code, graduates could fix spelling
mistakes but I guess there are none the be fixed. Crazy.

This being said.

Is a WButtonGroup::selectedButton() and WButtonGroup::selectedIndex()
a possibility? It would make working with radiobuttons a little bit
easier I think. And maybe some setters too but I personally have less
need for that.

cu bart

bvh | 17 Mar 09:16 2007
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[Wt-interest] On radiobutton checked signals, pushbuttons and gd

Three unrelated questions. I have trouble with the 
Wt:WAbstractToggleButton::checked signal. The connected slot does
not get executed right away after clicking but is delayed until the
next slot is called (in my case because the user clicked a different
button)

Next I'd like to have a WPushButton but with an image instead of
a text as appearance.

Lastly the Mandelbrot example saves the generated image to a temporary
file, only to read it right back in and unlink the file. Why not
simple use the gdImagePngPtr function which saves to memory?

cu bart

Jean-Christophe Roux | 17 Mar 11:58 2007
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Re: [Wt-interest] On radiobutton checked signals, pushbuttons and gd

>>Next I'd like to have a WPushButton but with an image instead of
>>a text as appearance.
You could use a WImage, which inherits WInteractWidget with all the necessary clicked events.

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Three unrelated questions. I have trouble with the 
Wt:WAbstractToggleButton::checked signal. The connected slot does
not get executed right away after clicking but is delayed until the
next slot is called (in my case because the user clicked a different
button)

Next I'd like to have a WPushButton but with an image instead of
a text as appearance.

Lastly the Mandelbrot example saves the generated image to a temporary
file, only to read it right back in and unlink the file. Why not
simple use the gdImagePngPtr function which saves to memory?

cu bart

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Koen Deforche | 19 Mar 12:09 2007
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Re: [Wt-interest] On radiobutton checked signals, pushbuttons and gd

Hey,

On 3/17/07, bvh <bvh-witty@...> wrote:
> Three unrelated questions. I have trouble with the
> Wt:WAbstractToggleButton::checked signal. The connected slot does
> not get executed right away after clicking but is delayed until the
> next slot is called (in my case because the user clicked a different
> button)

That sounds bad but plausible, as the code got a bit messy around there and
several times rewritten. I'll check that ASAP.

> Next I'd like to have a WPushButton but with an image instead of
> a text as appearance.

Oops. I'm surprised myself it's not there. Will be done.

> Lastly the Mandelbrot example saves the generated image to a temporary
> file, only to read it right back in and unlink the file. Why not
> simple use the gdImagePngPtr function which saves to memory?

True. Sounds like you're a pro :-)

koen

bvh | 19 Mar 18:14 2007
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Re: [Wt-interest] On radiobutton checked signals, pushbuttons and gd

On Mon, Mar 19, 2007 at 12:09:33PM +0100, Koen Deforche wrote:
> > Three unrelated questions. I have trouble with the
> > Wt:WAbstractToggleButton::checked signal. The connected slot does
> > not get executed right away after clicking but is delayed until the
> > next slot is called (in my case because the user clicked a different
> > button)
> That sounds bad but plausible, as the code got a bit messy around there and
> several times rewritten. I'll check that ASAP.

Maybe related but there is also something fishy going on with the
checked handler for interactive widgets. For example I have a 
Wt::WText where I connected a slot to
its checked handler (it basically does a show on a particular box
that serves as a help text). Now this slot gets executed whenever
I click on whatever element that is defined after this particular
Wt::WText item. (When I spoke you earlier on msn about this problem
I didnt fully get what the problem was and described it a bit
different. So it is not only the Close button that reopens the
helptext it is any click anywhere that opens this text.)

> > Next I'd like to have a WPushButton but with an image instead of
> > a text as appearance.
> Oops. I'm surprised myself it's not there. Will be done.

Great.

> > Lastly the Mandelbrot example saves the generated image to a temporary
> > file, only to read it right back in and unlink the file. Why not
> > simple use the gdImagePngPtr function which saves to memory?
> True. Sounds like you're a pro :-)
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bvh | 19 Mar 18:20 2007
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Re: [Wt-interest] On radiobutton checked signals, pushbuttons and gd

On Mon, Mar 19, 2007 at 06:14:29PM +0100, bvh wrote:
> Maybe related but there is also something fishy going on with the
> checked handler for interactive widgets. For example I have a 
> Wt::WText where I connected a slot to
> its checked handler (it basically does a show on a particular box
> that serves as a help text). Now this slot gets executed whenever
> I click on whatever element that is defined after this particular
> Wt::WText item. (When I spoke you earlier on msn about this problem
> I didnt fully get what the problem was and described it a bit
> different. So it is not only the Close button that reopens the
> helptext it is any click anywhere that opens this text.)

FYI: the same thing happens with the mouseWentUp and mouseWentDown
signals but slightly different : the slot gets called for every
other item except the 'Close' button (progress!)

cu bart


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