So to make it concrete, if I understand correctly:
1/ at startup: set environment parameters for locale settings
2/ at shutdown: trigger backup copy commands
For 1/ I would suggest either setting them permanently in your environment
(are you on linux, windows, ... ?) so you don't have to do it per
application. If for some reason you need to do it on run time, you should
do it with a bash or bat file and set the environment before starting zim.
Reason is that once locale is initialized it is hard to change it on
For 2/ I would suggest you define a "custom tool", that way you can have a
back up button in the toolbar and click it before closing down. If you
really want it on shutdown, you would write a small plugin that connects to
the exit signal of the application. See e.g. the versioncontrol plugins for
an example, they do the same.
Hope this helps,
On Tue, Feb 3, 2015 at 3:49 PM, Udo Weik <weikeng...@aol.com> wrote:
> Hello Jaap,
> Sorry, but I don't understand the question. Maybe you can be more
>> specific what you want to do ?
> mmh, what else can I write?
> I want to add some custom code during
> - the start of ZIM, e. g. localization settings for the templates
> (language for date, date/time format)
> - before ZIM is quit, e. g. for a backup of the notebooks (copy from
> server to the local PC)
> Many thanks and greetings
> On Wed, Jan 21, 2015 at 8:03 PM, Udo Weik <weikeng...@aol.com <mailto:
>> weikeng...@aol.com>> wrote:
>> where/how can I use startup- and shutdown-code. After Zim is started,
>> I want
>> to change some localization settings (as startup-code) and before
>> exiting Zim
>> I want to save my notebooks (shutdown-code).
>> Many thanks and greetings
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