Commit 074e0bdf authored by Dave Cooper's avatar Dave Cooper
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added to Manual, converted some files from utf8 to latin1

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......@@ -1903,10 +1903,7 @@ you specify the class package and the object type, separated by a
colon (``:'') (or a double-colon (``::'') in case the symbol naming
the type is not exported from the package). For example, consider the
simple \texttt{tower1} definition in Figure
\ref{fig:tower1-code}This definition is in the \texttt{:chapter-5} package. So the specification will be
will be: @b{shock-absorber:assembly}, or by using the package nickname
@b{shock} or @b{picasso} the specification would be @b{shock:assembly}
or @b{picasso:assembly}. @sp 1 @center
\ref{fig:tower1-code}This definition is in the \texttt{:chapter-5} package. So the specification will be \texttt{shock-absorber:assembly}
\begin{figure}
......@@ -1921,12 +1918,10 @@ or @b{picasso:assembly}. @sp 1 @center
\end{figure}
Note that if the @b{assembly} symbol had not been exported from the
@b{:shock-absorber} package, then a double-colon would have been
needed: @b{shock-absorber::assembly}@footnote{use of a double-colon
indicates dubious coding practice, because it means that the code in
quesion is accessing the ``internals'' or ``guts'' of another package,
which may not have been the intent of that other package's designer.}.
Note that if the \texttt{assembly} symbol had not been exported from the \texttt{:shock-absorber} package, then a double-colon would have been needed: \texttt{shock-absorber::assembly}\footnote{use of a double-colon indicates dubious coding
practice, because it means that the code in quesion is accessing the
``internals'' or ``guts'' of another package, which may not have been
the intent of that other package's designer.}
......@@ -1975,17 +1970,12 @@ present, this can be done programmatically.}.
@b{The edit and window menu} allows the user to customize the
interface in various ways.
@b{The tree menu} allows the user to customize the ``click mode'' of
The
\textbf{tree menu} allows the user to customize the ``click mode'' of
the mouse (or ``tap mode'' for other pointing device) for objects in
any of the tree, inspector, or viewport frames. The behavior follows
the @b{select-and-match} paradigm -- you first @b{select} a mode of
operation with one of the buttons or menu items, then @b{match} that
mode to any object in the tree frame or inspector frame by
the \emph{select-and-match} paradigm -- you first \emph{select} a mode of operation with one of the buttons or menu items,
then \emph{match} that mode to any object in the tree frame or inspector frame by
left-clicking (or tapping). These modes are as follows:
......@@ -2018,7 +2008,7 @@ Delete Leaves
\item Tree: Inspect & debug modes
\item Tree: Inspect \& debug modes
\begin{description}
......@@ -2165,13 +2155,14 @@ Sets the displayed perspective in the graphics viewport to Bottom (-Z axis).
@b{Third toolbar} hosts the most frequently used buttons. This buttons have tooltips which will
pop up when you hover the mouse over them. However, these buttons are found in the second
toolbar too, except line thickness and color buttons. The line thickness and color buttons@footnote{the
design of the line thickness and color buttons is being refined and may appear different in your
installation.}
expand and contract when clicked on and allows the user to select a desired line thickness
and color for the objects displayed in the graphics viewport.
Third toolbar hosts the most frequently used buttons. This
buttons have tooltips which will pop up when you hover the mouse over
them. However, these buttons are found in the second toolbar too,
except line thickness and color buttons. The line thickness and color
buttons\footnote{the design of the line thickness and color buttons is
being refined and may appear different in your installation.} expand and contract when clicked on and allows the user to
select a desired line thickness and color for the objects displayed in
the graphics viewport.
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......@@ -58,7 +58,7 @@
\contentsline {chapter}{\numberline {6}The Tasty Development Environment}{35}{chapter.6}
\contentsline {section}{\numberline {6.1}The Tasty Interface}{35}{section.6.1}
\contentsline {subsection}{\numberline {6.1.1}The Toolbars}{36}{subsection.6.1.1}
\contentsline {subsection}{\numberline {6.1.2}View Frames}{40}{subsection.6.1.2}
\contentsline {subsection}{\numberline {6.1.2}View Frames}{39}{subsection.6.1.2}
\contentsline {chapter}{\numberline {7}Working with Geometry in Gendl}{43}{chapter.7}
\contentsline {chapter}{\numberline {8}More Common Lisp for Gendl}{45}{chapter.8}
\contentsline {chapter}{\numberline {9}Advanced Gendl}{47}{chapter.9}
......@@ -84,23 +84,23 @@ simple "
(:ref "fig:tower1-code")
"This definition is in the "
(:texttt ":chapter-5")
" package. So the specification will be
will be: @b{shock-absorber:assembly}, or by using the package nickname
@b{shock} or @b{picasso} the specification would be @b{shock:assembly}
or @b{picasso:assembly}. @sp 1 @center")
" package. So the specification will be "
(:texttt "shock-absorber:assembly"))
((:image-figure :image-file "tasty-start.png"
:caption "Tasty start-up"
:label "fig:tasty-startup"))
(:p "Note that if the @b{assembly} symbol had not been exported from the
@b{:shock-absorber} package, then a double-colon would have been
needed: @b{shock-absorber::assembly}@footnote{use of a double-colon
indicates dubious coding practice, because it means that the code in
quesion is accessing the ``internals'' or ``guts'' of another package,
which may not have been the intent of that other package's designer.}.")
(:p "Note that if the "
(:texttt "assembly")
" symbol had not been exported from the "
(:texttt ":shock-absorber")
" package, then a double-colon would have been needed: "
(:texttt "shock-absorber::assembly")
(:footnote"use of a double-colon indicates dubious coding
practice, because it means that the code in quesion is accessing the
``internals'' or ``guts'' of another package, which may not have been
the intent of that other package's designer."))
(:p "After you specify the class package and the object type and press the
``browse'' button, the browser will bring up the utility interface
......@@ -131,15 +131,19 @@ help@footnote{A File menu will be added in a future release, to
facilitate saving and restoring of instance ``snapshots'' -- at
present, this can be done programmatically.}.")
(:p "@b{The edit and window menu} allows the user to customize the
interface in various ways.")
(:p "@b{The tree menu} allows the user to customize the ``click mode'' of
(:p "The "
(:textbf "tree menu")
" allows the user to customize the ``click mode'' of
the mouse (or ``tap mode'' for other pointing device) for objects in
any of the tree, inspector, or viewport frames. The behavior follows
the @b{select-and-match} paradigm -- you first @b{select} a mode of
operation with one of the buttons or menu items, then @b{match} that
mode to any object in the tree frame or inspector frame by
the "
(:emph "select-and-match")
" paradigm -- you first "
(:emph "select")
" a mode of operation with one of the buttons or menu items,
then "
(:emph "match")
" that mode to any object in the tree frame or inspector frame by
left-clicking (or tapping). These modes are as follows:")
((:list :style :itemize)
......@@ -158,7 +162,7 @@ left-clicking (or tapping). These modes are as follows:")
((:item :word "Clear Leaves (DL)")
"Delete Leaves")))
(:item "Tree: Inspect & debug modes"
(:item "Tree: Inspect \\& debug modes"
((:list :style :description)
((:item :word "Inspect object (I)")
"Inspect (make the inspector frame to show the selected object).")
......@@ -239,13 +243,16 @@ browsers such as a recent version of Google Chrome.")
((:item :word "Bottom")
"Sets the displayed perspective in the graphics viewport to Bottom (-Z axis)."))))
(:p "@b{Third toolbar} hosts the most frequently used buttons. This buttons have tooltips which will
pop up when you hover the mouse over them. However, these buttons are found in the second
toolbar too, except line thickness and color buttons. The line thickness and color buttons@footnote{the
design of the line thickness and color buttons is being refined and may appear different in your
installation.}
expand and contract when clicked on and allows the user to select a desired line thickness
and color for the objects displayed in the graphics viewport."))
(:p "Third toolbar hosts the most frequently used buttons. This
buttons have tooltips which will pop up when you hover the mouse over
them. However, these buttons are found in the second toolbar too,
except line thickness and color buttons. The line thickness and color
buttons"
(:footnote "the design of the line thickness and color buttons is
being refined and may appear different in your installation.")
" expand and contract when clicked on and allows the user to
select a desired line thickness and color for the objects displayed in
the graphics viewport."))
((:subsection :title "View Frames")
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......@@ -326,7 +326,7 @@
(excl:replace-re
(excl:replace-re
my-string
"<a href=http://layout.jquery-dev.net/documentation.html target=new>" "@uref{")
"<a href='http://layout.jquery-dev.net/documentation.html' target='new'>" "@uref{")
"</a>" "}" )
"Good Practice&#0153;" "@math{Good Practice^{TM}}")
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......@@ -28,8 +28,8 @@ an arc like object. It is not recommended to be used directly by GDL common user
For developers it should be used as a mixin."
:examples "<pre>
For exemplification contact Genworks® International.</pre>")
For exemplification contact Genworks® International.</pre>")
:input-slots
("Number. Distance from center to any point on the arc."
radius
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......@@ -217,17 +217,10 @@ just before the body.
"
additional-header-js-content nil :settable)
;; FLAG JB-090813 added an input slot to the base-ajax-sheet in order for the user to supply
;; an application specific javascript. This javascript is there to initiate the
;; layout and should follow conventions described by the jQuery Layout plugin and make
;; use of the available <div>'s on the page which are commonly described in the main-sheet-body
;; a define-lens of an assembly (user interface)
("Absolute URI in the browser to application User Interface (UI) Specific jQuery Layout JavaScript.
("Absolute URI in the browser.
This is additional JavaScript that needs to be loaded in order to initiate the layout of a user
interface. GDL uses the jQuery Layout plugin (<a href=’http://layout.jquery-dev.net/documentation.html’ target=’new’> http://layout.jquery-dev.net/documentation.html</a>) to construct a layout. The HTML part of the user interface
is normally defined in a the main-sheet-body, a lens of the main assembly. This input slot defaults to
/static/gwl/js/tasty-initlayout-3.js. You can check this file as a reference for your own application
UI specific jQuery Layout JavaScript."
interface. Defaults to nil."
ui-specific-layout-js nil :settable)
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