I estimate that I am about 15% finished on this task and that it will
take me another two weeks to complete. Would this be sufficient for
your scheduling needs?
At the end of this message is a sample change of the registration for
the "3dTruchet.scm" script. I do not know if there is another way to
provide the proper formatting (without the blurb being a single, long
string on one line in the source) and so I have made the line-breaks
"hard-coded". Where I have placed them may be dependent upon my GTK+
settings and therefore a different solution (including no line breaks
in the source) may be preferable.
I have tried various approaches -- "\n" in the string, "\" at the end
of the source line, et cetera -- all to no avail. If a suggestion is
made on how to make SIOD handle this situation better, I probably
possess the knowledge to generate a patch to the interpreter to affect
I would also wish to take this opportunity to make some modifications
to the scripts (while still maintaining their previous behavior and
PDB interface). As an example, for the 3dTruchet I would like to
initially set the generated image to "clean". It seems unnecessary to
prompt for "save" when closing an unmodified logo; the logo can easily
be regenerated with the same values by re-running the script.
Also, for the 3dTruchet script I would like to move the globally
defined functions (center-ellipse, use-tile, and create-tile) so that
they are defined locally. This is very important so that there is no
name-space conflicts between scripts.
Please let me know if I am on the right track.
The registration blurb for 3dTruchet script:
_"This script generates a repeating pattern of
Truchet tiles (which are randomly oriented
quadrants of a circle). The arcs of the tiles
are given a 3-D effect using a gradient of
the specified colors. The resulting size of
the image is determined by a combination of
the tile size and the total number of tiles."
"Adrian Likins <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>"
SF-ADJUSTMENT _"Block size" '(64 5 1000 1 10 0 1)
SF-ADJUSTMENT _"Thickness" '(12 2 100 1 10 0 1)
SF-COLOR _"Background color" '(255 255 255)
SF-COLOR _"Start blend" '(0 0 0)
SF-COLOR _"End blend" '(255 255 255)
SF-TOGGLE _"Supersample" TRUE
SF-ADJUSTMENT _"Number of X tiles" '(5 1 1000 1 10 0 1)
SF-ADJUSTMENT _"Number of Y tiles" '(5 1 1000 1 10 0 1))
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