On 19 February 2018 at 16:29, Lars Paulsen <lars_paul...@web.de> wrote:
> Hi Matthew,
> thanks for the answer.
> Yes, I wanted to create it programmatically. But I really only meant to
> create a project file. Not open it and make it the actual project.
> But there does not seem to be such a clear separation of project GUI and
> project file.
> So I guess it's better to create/write my on key file. Also it might need to
> be adjusted if the contents of a standard geany project change.
A keyfile is just a text file, so you could have a literal string in
your plugin to write out (taken from a project file contents) or you
could have a template file that you just copy to your new project
> On 18.02.2018 22:05, Matthew Brush wrote:
>> On 2018-02-18 10:52 AM, Lars Paulsen wrote:
>>> Hi All,
>>> is there a API for plugins which lets a plugin create project files and
>>> fill in some values?
>>> I do NOT want to add plugin specific data to an existing project.
>>> I want to create a new project with some meaningful data (the
>>> fields/values of geany's own project data).
>>> After that I would add plugin specific data to it.
>> There is nothing in the API for this as far as I know. You could just
>> write your own keyfile, and open that. If you wanted to open it
>> programmatically you would have to expose a function like maybe
>> `project_load_file_with_session` in the plugin API.
>> Matthew Brush
>> : https://github.com/geany/geany/blob/master/src/project.c#L268
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