Re: [Evolution-hackers] EPlugin newbie query

2008-03-16 Thread Johan Jonathan Nugraha
Hi,

Thanks for your replies. Now please bear with this newbie's questions
once again,
1. is this what you mean in your instruction? 
./autogen.sh --enable-plugins=all

2. I ran ./autogen.sh (without any arguments) followed by ./configure
Here's the output:
checking pkg-config is at least version 0.7... yes
checking for GLIB - version = 2.0.0... yes (version 2.12.11)
./configure: line 31010: syntax error near unexpected token `yes'
./configure: line 31010: `GNOME_COMPILE_WARNINGS(yes)'
May I know what went wrong? What's the command you used to generate the
configure script for the release? I noticed that the configure shell
script is significantly different from what is provided in tar.gz. file.
I used a workaround by modifying configure shell directly instead. But
it helps only  because my plugin is a very simple code and I'm sure that
I'm not supposed to do it that way.

I'm using Ubuntu 7.04 and trying to build Evolution 2.10.3

best regards,
johan

On Fri, 2008-03-14 at 05:25 -0600, Sankar P wrote:
 On Fri, 2008-03-14 at 17:09 +0800, Johan Jonathan Nugraha wrote:
  Hi, 
  
  I've read the EPlugin manual docs and I've written my own code and XML
  files. I tried to compile but It seems my plugin is not working.
  After searching more I found out that i need to use
  --enable-plugins=all . 
 
 Add your plugin sources to evolution/plugins/plugin-name folder.
 
 I assume evolution is the folder where you have your evolution sources
 built. 
 
 Your plugin need to have its Makefile.am and follow autotools' logic.
 
 1) Open the file configure.in your evolution source directory.
 2) Search for plugins_standard and add your plugin-name to the list of
 already existing plugin names. (like 
 3) Search for plugins/external-editor/Makefile and add your plugin
 name as plugins/your-plugin-name/Makefile
 
 4) Now run autogen with the argument --enable-plugins=all along with
 all other arguments that you have used earlier.
 
 5) Run make install from your plugin directory. You should have your
 plugin installed.
 
  May I know how to use this option?
  
  Johan J.N
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Re: [Evolution-hackers] EPlugin newbie query

2008-03-14 Thread Andre Klapper
Am Freitag, den 14.03.2008, 17:09 +0800 schrieb Johan Jonathan Nugraha:
 I've read the EPlugin manual docs and I've written my own code and XML
 files. I tried to compile but It seems my plugin is not working.

what does is not working mean? what does tried to compile mean?

 After searching more I found out that i need to use
 --enable-plugins=all . 
 May I know how to use this option?

when you run configure/autogen.sh, you add --enable-plugins=all to the
command.

andre
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Re: [Evolution-hackers] EPlugin newbie query

2008-03-14 Thread Sankar P
On Fri, 2008-03-14 at 17:09 +0800, Johan Jonathan Nugraha wrote:
 Hi, 
 
 I've read the EPlugin manual docs and I've written my own code and XML
 files. I tried to compile but It seems my plugin is not working.
 After searching more I found out that i need to use
 --enable-plugins=all . 

Add your plugin sources to evolution/plugins/plugin-name folder.

I assume evolution is the folder where you have your evolution sources
built. 

Your plugin need to have its Makefile.am and follow autotools' logic.

1) Open the file configure.in your evolution source directory.
2) Search for plugins_standard and add your plugin-name to the list of
already existing plugin names. (like 
3) Search for plugins/external-editor/Makefile and add your plugin
name as plugins/your-plugin-name/Makefile

4) Now run autogen with the argument --enable-plugins=all along with
all other arguments that you have used earlier.

5) Run make install from your plugin directory. You should have your
plugin installed.

 May I know how to use this option?
 
 Johan J.N
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Re: [Evolution-hackers] EPlugin Newbie query

2008-02-26 Thread Johnny Jacob
Sandeep,

On Mon, 2008-02-25 at 22:23 +0100, Sandeep Gupta wrote:
 Hi all
 
 I need to write a plugin in Evolution. It should be able to add a menu 
 option in compose new mail option. On clicking the menu, it should ask 
 for a file through a dialog box. Then, take this file and body of the 
 mail as input for processing. After processing, it should attach a file 
 produced as result of previous step to the mail.

This is very much possible with e-plugins.

 
 Now, reading at eplugin documentation, I have faint idea that I need to 
 write an xml file and a C file. C file should implement the call back 
 function.

Yep ! 

 
 Is there a manual for writing the C part of eplugin? Any other help 
 based on the above requirement would be appreciated.

Afaik there is a outdated manual available :
http://www.gnome.org/projects/evolution/developer-doc/eplugin/.

Best way to proceed is by reading code of other plugins.

Check :
+ Save Attachments Plugin for playing with attachments.

HTH.

- Johnny


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